Liopa wins Most Promising Pilot Award at Leading Healthcare Awards 1

Liopa wins Most Promising Pilot Award at Leading Healthcare Awards

Liopa has risen to the top of a field of eight finalists in the “Most Promising Pilot” award at the Leading Healthcare Awards 2020. All of the finalists can be seen profiled here. We were recognised for our SRAVI pilot, where Lancashire Teaching Hospitals have piloted a communications aid for tracheostomy patients, aimed at improving …

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Hey, Siri: Voice is trending upwards as the computing interface of choice 4

Hey, Siri: Voice is trending upwards as the computing interface of choice

Consumers are increasingly using their voice to command devices and applications.  The uptake in voice-based technology shows no signs of abating. VoiceBot.ai looked at the usage of voice-driven personal assistants in the US, and reported the following: One quarter of all US households have a smart speaker, such as Amazon Echo or Alexa – a …

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In-vehicle voice activation - room for improvement? 5

In-vehicle voice activation – room for improvement?

Background  In-car speech recognition technology enables drivers to interact with a multitude of useful applications using their voice. Drivers can invoke navigation applications, voice calls, messaging applications, play music, query fuel consumption & set driving modes by simply speaking commands.  Improved road safety has been the primary motivation for the deployment of speech recognition systems in modern cars.  Today’s driver wants to be “connected” at all times but manual interaction with …

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Biometric authentication and spoofing 6

Biometric authentication and spoofing

(This guest article was originally posted in Biometric Technology Today). Today’s best user authentication systems are multi-factor. Users are verified by using –  something they know (e.g. a pin or password)  something they have (e.g. a key fob)  something they are (biometric authentication).  The “something they are” factor provides a very accurate and reliable user authentication technique by identifying the individual from a unique physiological or …

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PWC disruptive technologies blog - Tech for the future at Liopa 9

PWC disruptive technologies blog – Tech for the future at Liopa

It doesn’t matter if you’re from Bangor in Northern Ireland or Wales, or Perth in Scotland or Australia: when it comes to lip-reading technology, accents don’t matter – only the words you say.The end-goal for an innovative start-up based in Belfast is to have a real-time lip reader than can recognise very large vocabularies across …

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The future of the voice user interface 10

The future of the voice user interface

What does the future of Voice User Interfaces look like? Liopa’s Chief Technology Officer Dr Fabian Campbell-West gives a brief introduction. Dr Campbell-West outlines how such systems are increasingly in use in a wide variety of ways. Liopa specialists have used Voice User Interface technology and cutting-edge research to create enhanced levels of accuracy and …

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