The Hub Lunch will take place on March 2, 12:30 pm.
We will be hosting it with Avinash Kulkarni from India, the winner of the soft-landing challenge of The Hague Business Challenge. His start-up, Kaizen Voiz Secure, is about creating voice recognition systems, which can be used as a learning and teaching tool, for voice conversion, tracking end beneficiaries of NGO projects, and other uses.
Kaizen Secure Voiz is a bootstrapped startup, with market validated products and presence in India, Netherlands, and the USA. Their products are related to voice authentication, voice biometrics, voice to text conversion, IVRS.
What’s voice authentication? This is an ability to prove the identity of the speaker, in a 10-sec phone call, using signal processing and algorithms. Speaker can use his voice as a unique password and connect through IVRS/mobile app/laptop etc.
Use cases: Tracking end beneficiaries of NGO projects, providing learning and teaching tools through voice for local agency staff at donor countries, use voice-based authentication for classroom attendance, execute new compliances and “must attend” training programs for diverse staff across countries
Benefits of this: Impact assessment becomes tangible with authenticated data on actual beneficiaries in the funded project, flexible learning through voice-based tests for the target audience, language-independent tool for any country for not for profit projects and creates a continuous engagement for NGOs, with their investors/donors/beneficiaries beyond the project timeline.
The lunch will be provided by The Hague Business Agency to all of the participants.
This is the Hub members-only event.