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This Startup Wants to Give Voice Assistants Better Ears

Kardome develops a multi-user speech to text algorithm that hones in on a person’s individual voice, as opposed to also picking up wind noise or background music

Adi Pick 08:2429.03.19
Ever been frustrated when Siri doesn’t pick up the correct address or song choice because of excess background noise?

 

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Kardome Technology Ltd. is out to drown out these issues, along with excess background noise.

Kardome's co-founders Dani Cherkassky and Alon Slapak. Photo: PR Kardome's co-founders Dani Cherkassky and Alon Slapak. Photo: PR
The company founded in 2018 develops a multi-user speech to text algorithm that hones in on a person’s individual voice, as opposed to also picking up wind noise or background music. In acoustically challenging environments, such as windy walks or children-filled cars, that can make quite a difference.

 

Kardome currently has a working prototype, and expects its product to be commercially available in the final quarter of 2020, co-founder Dani Cherkassky said in a phone interview with Calcalist Wednesday.

 

The company is backed by The Israel Innovation Authority, the Israeli government innovation arm.

 

The company has two pending patents.
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