From active noise cancellation to digital assistants that are always listening for your commands, audio is perhaps one of the most important but often overlooked aspects of modern technology in our daily lives.
Audio Analytic has been using machine learning that enables a vast array of devices to make sense of the world of sound.
We spoke with Dr. Chris Mitchell, CEO and founder of Audio Analytic about the challenges, and the fun, involved in teaching machines to listen.
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