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Orsay - January 17, 2012

Vocapia Research announces the availability of two additional languages, Polish and Greek, in the VoxSigma speech-to-text software suite. The transcription systems target a range of broadcast and webdata. The Polish support comes with a 400k word vocabulary to handle the large variety of inflected forms arising from conjugation and declension. As for the Russian language, pronunciation modeling accounts for the contextual forms of consonants which can be plain (also called hard) or palatalized (also called soft). For the Greek language, the recognition vocabulary explicitly models pronunciation variants for frequent foreign words. The language coverage of the VoxSigma suite is expanding regularly. The following languages are currently available: Arabic, Chinese (Mandarin), Dutch, English, French, German, Greek, Italian, Polish, Russian, and Spanish. All these languages are offered as a standalone software and via Vocapia's web service.

About Vocapia Research

Vocapia Research is a French R&D company and software publisher with over 20 years of experience in providing leading edge speech technologies for many languages, including most major European languages as well as Arabic, Mandarin, and Russian. The Vocapia Research VoxSigma® software suite uses advanced language technologies such as language identification, speech recognition, and speaker identification to transform raw audio and audiovisual data into structured and searchable XML documents. This technology relies on decades of research at LISN, with which there is a privileged partnership. Joint systems developed with LISN have achieved top ranks in national and international challenges on speech-to-text transcription. Located at the heart of the science innovation cluster of Paris Saclay, France, Vocapia Research is a leader in developing and adapting AI-based solutions for both civil and defence applications. These applications include audio and audiovisual data mining (broadcast and web data, telephone speech), production of subtitles, OSINT and COMINT, and the analysis of aeronautical communications (air traffic control, voice command). Readers who wish to get more information about Vocapia Research are invited to check out the Vocapia Research website or use the contact information page http://www.vocapia.com/contact.


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