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Speechly Dashboard supports Finnish

Ottomatias Peura

Apr 25, 2020

1 min read

Speechly Spoken Language Understanding API now has full support for Finnish language.

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Hei Suomi!

The Speechly team has been hard at work lately. We launched our Dashboard for private beta and now we are proud to announce that we've now added support for Finnish language, too.

Just like with our English models, the technology can extract any number of intents and entities from users' speech. It can be used in any platform and it's easy to integrate to your current application by using on of our client libraries.

If you want to read more about the technology and our new Dashboard that can be used to build SLU models for voice user interfaces, read this post.

Speechly’s Finnish models are already in use by S-Group's beloved voice-powered grocery shopping application and Radiot.fi media player (App Store | Android).

Our technology is language-agnostic and we are planning to support other languages in the future, too. If you are interested in other languages, please contact our sales.

If you are interested in playing around with our Finnish models, join our waitlist with the form below and we'll onboard you to our tool. To find more information about the technology, please refer to our Docs.

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