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Stephen Frederick Potter, Tal Saraf, David Gareth Ollason, Steve Sung Nam Chang: Concept monitoring in spoken-word audio. Microsoft Corporation, Woodcock Washburn, November 9, 2010: US07831427 (19 worldwide citation)

Monitoring a spoken-word audio stream for a relevant concept is disclosed. A speech recognition engine may recognize a plurality of words from the audio stream. Function words that do not indicate content may be removed from the plurality of words. A concept may be determined from at least one word ...


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Lambert Mathias, Stephen Frederick Potter: Selecting from multiple content sources. Amazon Technologies, Lee & Hayes PLLC, June 27, 2017: US09691379 (1 worldwide citation)

A speech-based system may be configured to receive and act upon spoken requests from a user. In some cases, a spoken request may ask the system to play content such as music without specifying from which of multiple available content sources the music is to be obtained. In response to such a request ...


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Gregory Michael Hart, Scott Ian Blanksteen, Stephen Frederick Potter, William Folwell Barton: Identification using audio signatures and additional characteristics. Amazon Technologies, Lee & Hayes PLLC, October 4, 2016: US09460715

Techniques for using both speaker-identification information and other characteristics associated with received voice commands to determine how and whether to respond to the received voice commands. A user may interact with a device through speech by providing voice commands. After beginning an inte ...


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Stephen Frederick Potter, Tal Saraf, David Gareth Ollason, Steve Sung Nam Chang: Concept monitoring in spoken-word audio. Microsoft Corporation, Woodcock Washburn, December 25, 2008: US20080319750-A1

Monitoring a spoken-word audio stream for a relevant concept is disclosed. A speech recognition engine may recognize a plurality of words from the audio stream. Function words that do not indicate content may be removed from the plurality of words. A concept may be determined from at least one word ...



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