ID R&D voice biometrics and anti-spoofing now available to developers through Microsoft Azure Marketplace
Voice biometrics and anti-spoofing capabilities from ID R&D are now available for Microsoft Azure customers to build into their apps.
Both text dependent and text-independent voice biometrics can now be added by developers, with the scalability, reliability and agility of Azure cloud infrastructure for efficient application development and testing. New and existing ID R&D customers can add biometric capabilities for identity verification, authentication, and anti-spoofing, the company says in the announcement. The offering also enables developers to run thousands of authentications or liveness checks to perform bulk testing and proof of concepts.
IDVoice voice recognition, either with a particular passphrase or based on conversational speech, are now available in the Azure Marketplace, along with IDLive Voice Anti-Spoofing. The company’s voice anti-spoofing technology came first in the Automatic Speaker Verification Spoofing and Countermeasures Challenge (ASVspoof Challenge) held last year.
“The Microsoft Azure Marketplace eases access to ID R&D technologies which accelerates evaluation, adoption, and innovation,” says ID R&D Chief Strategy Officer Ilya Ozerets. “With just a few clicks users can be up and running.”
Sajan Parihar, senior director for the Microsoft Azure Platform at Microsoft Corp. states, “Microsoft Azure Marketplace lets customers worldwide discover, test and deploy solutions that are certified and optimized to run seamlessly with Azure. We’re happy to welcome ID R&D’s biometric technology to the growing Azure Marketplace ecosystem.”
ID R&D software is also accessible through SDKs or docker images.
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