The economic development of the Holy Land is a modern marvel unfolding right before our eyes. Despite very difficult conditions, ongoing conflicts and the influx of millions of Jewish refugees, Israel managed to become the world’s innovation engine. Israel has more companies listed on the Nasdaq technology exchange than Europe, Japan, South Korea and India combined.
This success has earned Israel the nickname “Start-Up Nation.” And although the source of new developments does not seem to dry up, the Jewish state is entering a new economic phase today, because Israel is now also beginning to be called the “unicorn nation.” “Unicorns” are companies worth more than $1 billion. As the name suggests, such companies are actually very rare, but in Israel more and more start-ups are becoming unicorns.
Today we introduce you to the company Voiceitt (www.voiceitt.com), where they are still looking for investors. Israel Today cooperates with ExitValley, which enables anyone to invest in Israeli start-ups.
Voiceitt developed the world’s first speech recognition (ASR) technology for non-standard speech. Using artificial intelligence and machine learning algorithms, the Voiceitt system learns the individual speech patterns of each user. A broad spectrum is also recognized for speech disorders, aging voices, strong accents and unusual languages. The accuracy exceeds 90 percent.
Revolutionary technology is giving countless people the freedom to communicate, work and socialize independently, without the need for tools and human support.
Voiceitt is backed by major investors such as Amazon, Microsoft and Cisco, has received numerous international grants and awards, and has an exclusive partnership agreement with Amazon, making it the only company in the world to integrate its technology into the Alexa assistant app.
If you are interested in investing ($40,000 minimum) in this company, write to us at: Aviel@israeltoday.co.il
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