These examples each demonstrate different use-cases of Speechly on the Web.
You can choose these as a starting point when creating a new application on the Speechly Dashboard. The examples can be expanded further to build more complex applications.
An empty configuration provides a transcript, but no intents or entities. Use this
(Note that also speech-to-text accuracy is affected by the configuration. Especially accuracy on domain-specific vocabulary can be significantly increased by providing these as part of your configuration.)
Users not finding a piece of information on a complex website is a common UX frustration. This example demonstrates how a voice FAQ service can make your site easier to navigate.
Supports utterances such as
Click here for more details.
This example demonstrates the technology that underlies our Fashion demo. At the core is a regular faceted search engine, and voice is simply used to manipulate the drop-down filters.
Entering data into a Web form can be a daunting task, especially on a mobile device. This example shows how to set up a form so that it can be filled out with voice.
Last updated by Hannes Heikinheimo on November 26, 2021 at 10:55 +0200
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