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Voice Analysis Patent Portfolio - 10 assets    

Digital services related to phone calls voice analysis (notes, emotions, searching in audio information). Ideal for CRC, insurance, banking and IoT focused.

Overview

The smart phone is now one of the most ubiquitous devices. They can now be seen in the form of handheld, wrist and even wearable formats. The trend for enriched communications and more digital services is rapidly evolving.

Up to now, call audio and conversations are ephemeral and mostly disappear once the phone conversation goes offline. The next waves of products will need to address how conversations are kept, stored and organized in a seamless manner for the user.

An additional trend is to capture emotions during communication and make use of the related information. See for instance : Innovating for a Blue Ocean: Creating an emotional communication service http://www.nationmultimedia.com/technology/Innovating-for-a-Blue-Ocean-Creating-an-emotional--30259292.html

Primary Application of the Technology

The present portfolio tackles the challenge of voice call annotations, emotional calls and handling with privacy issues. Call voice annotations can be generated, they can be analyzed, important tags and notes can be extracted, and a layer-like or importance presentations be apparent to the end user.
- Communication over the internet
- CRC: Customer Relationship Centers - Call and Contact Centers
- Insurance Industry
- Banking

The seller may consider selling these patents individually.

Additional Information

US patents or application with international counterparts.
2 issued US patents, 2 issued EP patents, 1 issued MX patent

Patent Summary

U.S. Patent Classes & Classifications Covered in this listing:

Class 706: Data Processing:Artificial Intelligence

This is a generic class for artificial intelligence type computers and digital data processing systems and corresponding data processing methods and products for emulation of intelligence (i.e., knowledge based systems, reasoning systems, and knowledge acquisition systems); and including systems for reasoning with uncertainty (e.g., fuzzy logic systems), adaptive systems, machine learning systems, and artificial neural networks.

Subclass 48: Having specific pattern matching or control technique

Class 370: Multiplex Communications

This is the generic class for multiplexing or duplexing systems, methods, or apparatus.

Subclass 259: SPECIAL SERVICES

Class 455: Telecommunications

This is the generic class for modulated carrier wave communications not elsewhere classifiable.

Subclass 412.1: Message storage or retrieval
Subclass 414.1: Special service

Class 704: Data Processing:Speech Signal Processing, Linguistics, Language Translation, And Audio Compression/Decompression

This is the generic class for apparatus and corresponding methods for constructing, analyzing, and modifying units of human language by data processing, in which there is a significant change in the data.This class also provides for systems or methods that process speech signals for storage, transmission, recognition, or synthesis of speech; and for systems or methods for bandwidth compression or expansion of an audio signal, or for time compression or expansion of an audio signal. There are three main divisions: linguistics; speech signal processing; and audio compression.

Subclass 220: Analysis by synthesis
Subclass 235: Speech to image
Subclass 251: Word recognition
Subclass 268: Frequency element
Subclass 270: Application

Class 379: Telephonic Communications

(1) Systems, processes and instruments for the two-way electrical transmission of intelligible audio information having arbitrary content over a link including an electrical conductor, between spaced apart locations, so as to enable conversation therebetween, and intended for the private use of a listener or a group of listeners. The term "intelligible" used above is intended to include the capability for transmission of speech or the like (e.g., music), rather than restriction to a specified audible signal, such as a bell or buzzer. (2) Switching, signalling or signal transmission peculiar to, or specified as for a telephone or a telephone system, except for multiplex communications as indicated in Lines With Other Classes.

Subclass 142.17: Having display unit
Subclass 202.01: Conferencing
Subclass 265.03: Reporting status (e.g., supervisory reporting)