Moshe Yudkowsky has twenty years of experience in product development in high-technology industries. He is president of Disaggregate, a consulting company that helps companies create, understand, and apply revolutionary technology. Yudkowsky specializes in consulting and education for speech recogntion, text-to-speech, and biometrics.
Yudkowsky is the author of many technical articles as well as the book The Pebble and the Avalanche: How Taking Things Apart Creates Revolutions (Berrett-Koehler, 2005).
Yudkowsky's background includes a Ph.D. in physics from Northwestern University, work at Bell Laboratories on several large-scale deployments of speech recognition applications, and a stint at Dialogic (later Intel) as the senior system architect for speech technology.
Yudkowsky also led the ECTF's Automatic Speech Recognition Task Group for over a decade, and served as technical chair of the ECTF in 2001. In 2002, he became the first chair of the Midwest Speech Technology Association, a U.S.-based organization of speech technology professionals. He is a board member of AVIOS, an international organization that promotes speech technology.
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O'Reilly Emerging Telephony Conference 2007