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Robert A Kennewick, David Locke, Michael R Kennewick Sr, Michael R Kennewick Jr, Richard Kennewick, Tom Freeman, Stephen F Elston: Mobile systems and methods for responding to natural language speech utterance. VoiceBox Technologies, Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman, April 6, 2010: US07693720 (403 worldwide citation)

Mobile systems and methods that overcomes the deficiencies of prior art speech-based interfaces for telematics applications through the use of a complete speech-based information query, retrieval, presentation and local or remote command environment. This environment makes significant use of context ...


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Chris Weider, Richard Kennewick, Mike Kennewick, Philippe Di Cristo, Robert A Kennewick, Samuel Menaker, Lynn Elise Armstrong: Mobile systems and methods of supporting natural language human-machine interactions. VoiceBox Technologies, Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman LL, May 24, 2011: US07949529 (373 worldwide citation)

A mobile system is provided that includes speech-based and non-speech-based interfaces for telematics applications. The mobile system identifies and uses context, prior information, domain knowledge, and user specific profile data to achieve a natural environment for users that submit requests and/o ...


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Robert A Kennewick, David Locke, Michael R Kennewick Sr, Michael R Kennewick Jr, Richard Kennewick, Tom Freeman: Systems and methods for responding to natural language speech utterance. VoiceBox Technologies, Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman, July 8, 2008: US07398209 (248 worldwide citation)

Systems and methods for receiving natural language queries and/or commands and execute the queries and/or commands. The systems and methods overcomes the deficiencies of prior art speech query and response systems through the application of a complete speech-based information query, retrieval, prese ...


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Robert A Kennewick, David Locke, Michael R Kennewick Sr, Michael R Kennewick Jr, Richard Kennewick, Tom Freeman: Systems and methods for processing natural language speech utterances with context-specific domain agents. VoiceBox Technologies, Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman, September 6, 2011: US08015006 (217 worldwide citation)

Systems and methods for receiving natural language queries and/or commands and execute the queries and/or commands. The systems and methods overcomes the deficiencies of prior art speech query and response systems through the application of a complete speech-based information query, retrieval, prese ...


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Robert A Kennewick, David Locke, Michael R Kennewick Sr, Michael R Kennewick Jr, Richard Kennewick, Tom Freeman: Systems and methods for responding to natural language speech utterance. VoiceBox Technologies, Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman, March 10, 2009: US07502738 (191 worldwide citation)

Systems and methods for receiving natural language queries and/or commands and execute the queries and/or commands. The systems and methods overcomes the deficiencies of prior art speech query and response systems through the application of a complete speech-based information query, retrieval, prese ...


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Robert A Kennewick, David Locke, Michael R Kennewick Sr, Michael R Kennewick Jr, Richard Kennewick, Tom Freeman: Systems and methods for responding to natural language speech utterance. VoiceBox Technologies, Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman, October 5, 2010: US07809570 (189 worldwide citation)

Systems and methods for receiving natural language queries and/or commands and execute the queries and/or commands. The systems and methods overcomes the deficiencies of prior art speech query and response systems through the application of a complete speech-based information query, retrieval, prese ...


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Robert A Kennewick, David Locke, Michael R Kennewick Sr, Michael R Kennewick Jr, Richard Kennewick, Tom Freeman: System and method for user-specific speech recognition. VoiceBox Technologies, Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman, February 7, 2012: US08112275 (179 worldwide citation)

The systems and methods described herein may recognize natural language utterances that include queries and/or commands and execute the queries and/or commands based on user-specific profiles. The systems and methods described herein may include a complete speech-based information query, retrieval, ...


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Chris Weider, Richard Kennewick, Mike Kennewick, Philippe Di Cristo, Robert A Kennewick, Samuel Menaker, Lynn Elise Armstrong: Mobile systems and methods of supporting natural language human-machine interactions. VoiceBox Technologies, Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman, May 21, 2013: US08447607 (170 worldwide citation)

A mobile system is provided that includes speech-based and non-speech-based interfaces for telematics applications. The mobile system identifies and uses context, prior information, domain knowledge, and user specific profile data to achieve a natural environment for users that submit requests and/o ...


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Chris Weider, Richard Kennewick, Mike Kennewick, Philippe Di Cristo, Robert A Kennewick, Samuel Menaker, Lynn Elise Armstrong: Mobile systems and methods of supporting natural language human-machine interactions. VoiceBox Technologies, Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman, June 5, 2012: US08195468 (89 worldwide citation)

A mobile system is provided that includes speech-based and non-speech-based interfaces for telematics applications. The mobile system identifies and uses context, prior information, domain knowledge, and user specific profile data to achieve a natural environment for users that submit requests and/o ...


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Robert A Kennewick, David Locke, Michael R Kennewick Sr, Michael R Kennewick Jr, Richard Kennewick, Tom Freeman: System and method for filtering and eliminating noise from natural language utterances to improve speech recognition and parsing. VoiceBox Technologies, Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman, March 20, 2012: US08140327 (46 worldwide citation)

The systems and methods described herein may filter and eliminate noise from natural language utterances to improve accuracy associated with speech recognition and parsing capabilities. In particular, the systems and methods described herein may use a microphone array to provide directional signal c ...