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Speech Recognition Improves Media Content Management Efficiency Joint Technology Development of Blue Order and SAIL LABS Technology
blue order GmbH and SAIL LABS Technology AG today announced they will jointly implement Enhanced
SAIL LABS Technology Releases Upgrade Version of Application Creation Platform for Award-Winning Conversational System
SAIL LABS Technology today launched its Conversational System Application Development Kit (ADK) 1.0.2, an upgrade
SAIL LABS Technology, one of the world’s leading speech technology solutions providers, today released its
SAIL LABS today announced the launch of its Conversational System Application Development Kit (ADK) 1.0,
Project & Research Center
Innovation in Progress
Our projects most commonly involve institutions, vendors, integrator’s and users that assists us to develop new technologies and provide immediate feedback, regarding usability and applicability of new technologies with the purpose to generate a new knowledge-base and to develop new innovative products.
At SAIL LABS, all key technologies are developed with a vision of continuous innovation at the leading edge of linguistic and IT research.
Focusing on Security Research, SAIL LABS currently maintains active profiles
on an Austrian and European Security Research Map.
We actively contribute to many research projects. Our research results are presented at major scientific conferences around the world. Discover all the research papers below, they can also be downloaded.
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*The ELG project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement № 825627.
*The MIRROR project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation program under grant agreement № 832921.
*The Truthcheck project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement № 854497.