No cloud server or messaging system is completely secure: Just ask Hillary Clinton. Even though these systems are protected with layers of security, these layers can be hacked. Brute force attacks can crack passwords. MITM attacks using tools like sslstrip can turn secure sessions into insecure HTTP sessions. And outright manipulation of human confidence can […]

We have done a lot of work recently on porting the IV system to run on small embedded devices, specifically those that will be used in self-driving cars. I have a particular issue with the way the industry has been looking at the implementation of self-driving capabilities, particularly the reliance on the “cloud”. A lot […]

The Intelligent Voice team participated in the latest annual NVidia GPU Technology Conference (GTC 2016) held in San Jose, California, April 5 to 7. Each year NVidia announce new products and technologies at GTC. This year the focus was on self-driving cars, virtual reality and deep learning. Coinciding with the GTC event, Intelligent Voice released […]

One of the ways we price our software is by the hour – You send me an hour of audio files, I’ll put them into a “JumpTo” format, and then charge you for an hour. Job done. We are selling a lot into the eDiscovery market, and that is dominated by one pricing metric: the […]

Widely reported today is the news that law firm Withers has just lost £1.6m ($2.6m) because of a “misremembered” phone call, a call that was not recorded. Remember Guy Hands? He lost billions because he could not prove what was said in three phone calls.  Again, calls that were not recorded. © Liens | Dreamstime […]

Text is the backbone of all litigation support and e-discovery systems. Phone calls, self-evidently, are not available as text unless you provide a transcript to go with the file. You will hear talk of “Phonetic Search” as the work-around for this, at least to help search for phone calls by content. All Out of Context […]

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