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Terms of Service

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Description of the Services provided by Phonexia s.r.o. 1. Acceptance of Terms of Service (Terms as a Contract) 1.1. PHONEXIA-User Relationship. These Terms of Service (hereinafter referred to as "Agreement" or „Terms of Service“) and the PHONEXIA Privacy Policy govern the relationship between Phonexia s.r.o. (ID No.: 27680258, VAT No.: CZ27680258, registred seat at: Chaloupkova 3002/1a, 61200 Brno, registred by the County Court in Brno under file C, insert 5124), provider of the PHONEXIA technology (hereinafter referred to as "PHONEXIA") and you ("you", "your", „user“ or "Member"), and your use of and access to the website, PHONEXIA services or any…

Age Estimation

Relevance: 1%      Posted on: 2018-04-12

Phonexia Age Estimation (AGE) estimates the age of a speaker from audio recording. The process of voiceprint extraction is similar to the extraction of SID, but as a result different features get extracted; therefore, the voiceprints extracted from AGE and SID are not mutually compatible. Technology Trained with emphasis on spontaneous telephony conversation The technology is language-, accent-, text-, and channel- independent Compatibility with the widest range of audio sources possible (applies channel compensation techniques): GSM/CDMA, 3G, VoIP, landlines, etc. Input Input format for processing: WAV or RAW (8 or 16 bits linear coding), A-law or Mu-law, PCM, 8kHz+ sampling…

Language Identification results explained

Relevance: 1%      Posted on: 2019-05-20

This article aims on giving more details about Language Identification scoring and hints on how to tailor Language Identification to suit best your needs. Scoring and results explanation When Phonexia Language Identification identifies a language in audio recording (or languageprint) using a language pack, it creates languageprint of the recording (if input is audio recording) compares that languageprint with each language in a language pack and calculates probability that these two languages are the same The final scores are returned as logarithms of these individual probabilities – i.e. as values from {-inf,0} interval – for each language in the language pack.…