Thotra's speech transformation technology to improve comprehension in call centres and transcription services worldwide
On October 11, 2013, The Hindustan Times covered a technology developed by UTEST start-up graduate Thotra (invented by Frank Rudzicz) for its speech-transformation software.
The article commends Thotra for recognizing the communications gap surrounding accents, hailing the technology as the solution to "put an end to all accent problems."
On October 2, 2013, Thotra's technology was also covered in the National Post:
The software, which filters out aspects of speech that ...
Students, faculty and recent alumni with software ideas must apply by Feb. 22
Got a killer software-based idea? Are you passionate about turning that idea into a start-up company?
If you’re a current student, faculty member or recent graduate of the University of Toronto, consider applying to the University of Toronto Early-Stage Technology (UTEST) program.
Applications are now closed. Stay tuned for the third UTEST application call.
Created as a pilot in 2012 to help the U of T community bring their software-based ideas to ...
TORONTO, ON – A new program that provides nascent software companies with start-up funds, work space, mentoring and business strategy support, was launched today by the University of Toronto and commercialization partner MaRS Innovation, with support from the MaRS Discovery District.
TechVibes has a profile page for UTEST and covered CoursePeer as part of their students start-ups series.
The new program, called University of Toronto Early Stage Technology (UTEST), is part of a growing ecosystem of incubators and commercialization support services at U ...