Month: March 2015

Communication Surveillance: A Daunting Challenge

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Voice versus Text   The technology available to analyze written data has been around for a while now, underpinned by sophisticated search engines and phrase-recognition models like the ones used by news-reading machines. But according to Juan-Manuel Soto, CEO of Fonetic, a provider of speech and data linguistic analytics for trading floors, analyzing voice data […]

Banks tighten up their trading floor surveillance

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  In another example of linking trading data with communications, Fonetic, a Spanish company that specialises in speech processing, is able to provide trade reconstructions allowing someone in the compliance department to specify a particular trade and for the software to identify and group all the communications – including phone calls, instant messenger messages and text […]