ARM Cortex Processor Cores Support Sensory’s Voice Technology

“Sensory has developed some of the best demonstrations of how AI solutions, such as natural language, computer vision, biometric wake words, and more can be implemented on the edge.” – Laurence Bryant, VP, ARM

Sensory Inc.‘s voice-based technology is now available on ARM Cortex-M and Cortex-A processors, the company has announced.

ARM Cortex Processor Cores Support Sensory Voice TechBoth processor core lines now support TrulyHandsfree, Sensory’s voice activation and speech recognition system. Meanwhile, Sensory’s TrulyNatural natural language recognition technology is available on ARM Cortex-A cores, as is its TrulySecure voice and face recognition system for user authentication.

Commenting on the compatibility in a statement, ARM VP Laurence Bryant lauded Sensory’s technology, saying that “Sensory has developed some of the best demonstrations of how AI solutions, such as natural language, computer vision, biometric wake words, and more can be implemented on the edge.”

With voice becoming an increasingly important user interface on smartphones and the plethora of newly connected devices associated with the emerging Internet of Things, Sensory’s compatibility with ARM processor cores could see it integrated into many more consumer devices beyond the two billion-plus in which Sensory already claims integrations.