Nuance, a voice technology company, introduced its all-new exciting dais, Nina, a voice control interface similar to Apple’s Siri. Nina is intelligent enough to be proved as a tough competitor for Siri because they differ in their use of biometrics. If one wants a completely secured iphone then suerly Nina is the best choice. Nuance is most popular for its Dragon Naturally Speaking line of voice applications for PCs and Dragon Dictation on iPhone, and Nina is also one of the amazing innovations of it.
Nina can easily differentiate between voices through its tremendous paramount design, so if someone else uses your phone, Nina will know. Weideman quoted, “For the first time on a mobile device, our virtual assistant doesn’t just understand what you said and what you want, we can actually understand who said it.” This capability of Nina may pose a threat to Siri’s market value.
Nina works in a similar fashion to other voice-recognition apps, but rather than remembering a frequent set of words that are acknowledged by voice recognizing apps and are used to press instructions, users of Nina depend upon natural linguistic navigation. It requires a network connection to connect to the “Nina Virtual Assistant Cloud,” which Nina uses to translate what is spoken to it.
SIRI has more number of users right now against Nina. But in upcoming days Nina will take competitive edge on SIRI through their batter features.