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Tuesday, October 9 • 10:40am - 11:15am
Machine Learning Utllizing STT/ASR and TTS with FreePBX

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Over the last few years machine learning has exploded into the world of computing thanks to remarkably enhanced algorithms, tremendously increased data, and significantly more-powerful computer hardware. Google, Facebook and Amazon all have platforms that allow developers to utilize voice and text data to perform specific actions based on the needs of a developer. The sky’s the limit. However, one has to ask, how can I integrate these services into open source FreePBX utilizing Asterisk? In 2014 Asterisk released ARI, a powerful asynchronous API that allows developers to build their own custom communications applications. This API opened the floodgates for Asterisk to be used with machine learning tools. In this session learn how to utilize these machine learning, text to speech and speech to text with the powerful dialplan of FreePBX and Asterisk's ARI to create FreePBX modules that can learn from your users to do anything from turning lights on an off, adjusting your thermostat, accepting pizza orders or getting the current housing prices in any neighborhood.

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Andrew Nagy

Director of Software Engineering, Sangoma Technologies, Inc
Andrew started his involvement with Asterisk in 2009 with the creation of the Open Source Endpoint Manager and Provisioner.net Library for FreeBPX (an open source GUI for Asterisk) and over the years has become the lead developer of the FreePBX project. Andrew strongly believes in... Read More →

Tuesday October 9, 2018 10:40am - 11:15am EDT
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