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The company announced today that they will be partnering with Qualcomm Technologies, Inc. to support privacy-rich voice solutions without sacrificing the interactive experiences that kids expect from smart devices such as wearables.

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At MWCA, 2018 in Los Angeles, TechRepublic Senior Writer Teena Maddox moderated a panel to discuss the pros and cons of connected services and devices for kids in a digital age…

Read More presented at FogTank 2018 and showcased their latest development in kids Edge Voice-Ai.

Read More leverages its unique artificial intelligence based technology to understand kids speech and produce a medium for kids to connect with technology securely.

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Sep 06, 2018

Kadho debuts Kidsense A.I., offline speech-recognition tech that understands kids

Kadho, a company building automatic speech recognition technology to help children communicate with voice-powered devices, is officially exiting stealth today at TechCrunch Disrupt SF 2018 where it’s launching its new technology, Kidsense Edge voice A.I. The company claims its technology can better decode kids’ speech as it was built using speech data from 150,000 children’s voices. The COPPA-compliant solution, which is initially targeting the voice-enabled devices and voice-enabled toys market, is already being used by paying customers.

As anyone with an Echo smart speaker or Google Home can tell you, today’s devices often struggle to understand children’s voices. That’s because current automatic speech recognition technology has been built for adults and was trained on adult voice data.

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May 22, 2018

NEWS: Out of Stealth Mode, In China and Korea, Targeting U.S. Market Next: AI-Powered Speech Recognition for Kids

A software company that developed educational apps and toys for kids has launched B2B technology that enables any smart devices geared for children to recognize their speech patterns. The company has also made it a priority to make sure privacy controls are plentiful and its technology is compliant with what’s known as the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act. (This imposes certain requirements on operators of websites or online services directed to children under the age of 13.) Kadho, with HQ in University Research Park in Irvine, launched its first product – a toy called Mochu

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May 07, 2018

This Friday, May 11, TechCrunch launches the West Coast debut of TC Sessions: Robotics at UC Berkeley. There are still a few tickets left, including $45 student tickets, that will get you access to the conference, workshops and networking reception. With

This Friday, May 11, TechCrunch launches the West Coast debut of TC Sessions: Robotics at UC Berkeley. There are still a few tickets left, including $45 student tickets, that will get you access to the conference, workshops and networking reception. With robots as far as the eye can see and top robotics experts abounding, this is one event you won’t want to miss.

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January 17, 2018


January 9th US time,Las Vegas Inaugurated The 2018 International Consumer Electronics Show (CES). As the world’s largest and the most popular consumer electronics exhibition, CES has attracted the world’s leading consumer electronics manufacturers and core IT, manufacturers.

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November 17, 2017

Kadho Releases KidSense, Multiple Languages Speech Recognition Engine for Kids

Tech startup Kadho has introduced a new speech recognition model exclusively designed for children from 4 to 12 years of age. The technology has advanced features which make it perform above notable engines such as IBM Watson, Microsoft Bing, and Nuance. These systems are designed and trained on adult data and as they strive to reach the highest benchmarks, they are not focusing on one of the most important categories: children. Kadho’s knowledge and expertise in neuroscience and artificial intelligence along with a focus on early childhood education supported the development of KidSense.

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August 30, 2017

Why Kids Have Problem Speaking to Alexa? Speech to Text Can Explain!

Speech Recognition is a speech to text conversion technology which converts spoken audio to text that your application can present to the user or work on as the command input. The Speech to Text API in artificial intelligence (AI) model helps in building smart apps that are voice activated. To use this feature, you need to select your specific language then select the microphone to send the audio or else just choose one of the sample speech phrases to check how speech recognition feature works. Sometimes your voice input data can be used for the improvement or advancement of speech to text ser…

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August 15, 2017

How to tell true vs. fake artificial intelligence?

Artificial intelligence (AI) has now become a very special part of the day to day life whether it is about the purchase prediction on Amazon, sci-fi media entertainment, computational drug discovery or automatic image tagging on Facebook. The real AI is all about learning based on emotion and machine starts to response according to opinions, doubts, desires, and passions. This explains the true importance of AI in the real world. The question is what are the ways to have a machine with real AI and how humans will have the charge over real AI. The right set of emotional data will be the source …

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July 27, 2017

Current Challenges with Artificial Intelligence Conversational Models

Artificial intelligence (AI) is continuously growing throughout the world since its discovery. AI for business and non-business purposes include various applications such as audio, conversational interfaces and chatbots, business intelligence and analytics, customer relationship and support, cyber security, marketing, sales, data capture, data science, text analysis and generation, development, internal data, machine learning, market research, etc. For this article . There are a number of conversational AI models available, which I’d like to go over a few of them here:

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August 05, 2015

Get your baby into the groove of language

Have you ever had trouble distinguishing a Portuguese nasal vowel from a French one; or a Czech rolling trill from a Spanish one? The inability to recognize sounds is a major impediment to language learning. You can prevent your unborn child from suffering your unilingual fate by exposing him/her to a rhythmic blend of global language tones in utero. The cadences help fetus’ auditory systems develop properly, and preps them to speak those languages as adults.

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