ISE 2023 to Offer AI-Powered Language Translation at Keynote Presentations

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Attendees of AV industry event ISE will be able to experience KUDO AI, a real-time artificial intelligence-powered speech translator in five languages from their smartphones.

Keynote speeches by BK Johannessen, Stephen Nuttall and Fran Chuan will be translated entirely using the technology which has been developed by language and technology company, KUDO.

Explaining the decision to use the technology, Integrated Systems Europe (ISE) managing director, Mike Blackman, says: “We are happy to be ahead of the game in making our keynotes more global and inclusive through the use of AI.

“As the largest AV and systems integration show in the world, innovation lies at the core of ISE”,

KUDO co-founder and CEO Fardad Zabetian says language continues to present a barrier for many businesses as ‘business English’ is currently used for 95 per cent of internal and external meetings globally.


ISE’s keynotes will take at the following times:

Tuesday 31 January, 17:15, Conference Suite CC4.1
Wednesday 1 February, 17:30, Conference Suite CC5.1
Thursday 2 February, 17:15, Conference Suite CC4.1

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