AT&T officially releases Watson speech API, gives devs a bit of babel fish for their appsMa Bell's been hard at work on its Watson speech recognition system for years, and 2012 has seen the tech show up in an automobile and a real-time translator app. Months after announcing it would grant Watson's skills to the developer masses, AT&T has made good on its promise and officially released its Speech API. In case you forgot, AT&T's Nuance competitor's been tailored for different use cases -- including voice web search, voicemail-to-text and talk-to-text -- so that it can offer contextually accurate results in any app. If you're among the coders itchin' to test out Watson's capabilities, head on past the break for a promotional video, then click the source below to sign up for access.

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AT&T officially releases Watson speech API, gives devs a bit of babel fish for their apps