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In one embodiment, a method includes receiving an acoustic input signal at a speech recognizer. A user is identified that is speaking based on the acoustic input signal. The method then determines speaker-specific information previously stored for the user and a set of responses based on the recognized acoustic input signal and the speaker-specific information for the user. It is determined if the response should be output and the response is outputted if it is determined the response should be output.

Sensory Inc. | Date: 2014-08-13

Techniques for enabling automated blind spot viewing in a vehicle are provided. In one embodiment, a computer system within the vehicle can determine that a driver of the vehicle is gazing at a side view mirror. The computer system can then automatically facilitate viewing of objects in the drivers blind spot in response to the determination.

In one embodiment the present invention includes a method comprising receiving an acoustic input signal and processing the acoustic input signal with a plurality of acoustic recognition processes configured to recognize the same target sound. Different acoustic recognition processes start processing different segments of the acoustic input signal at different time points in the acoustic input signal. In one embodiment, initial states in the recognition processes may be configured on each time step.

Sensory Inc. | Date: 2015-06-24

Techniques for securely processing voice queries are provided. In one embodiment, a computing device can receive speech data corresponding to a voice query uttered by a user and, in response to the speech data, determine the users identity and a query type of the voice query. The computer device can further retrieve a first security level associated with the users identity and a second security level associated with the query type. The computing device can then determine, based on the first security level and the second security level, whether the voice query should be processed.

Sensory Inc. | Date: 2015-07-30

A device and method for treating restless leg syndrome by transmitting sound proximate the leg or legs of a patient with sound in the range of 20 to 100 Hertz, or 20 to 100 beats per second. The method may be accomplished using sound generators disposed within a pad or sleeve.

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