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Speech To Text Integration (STT)

Speech To Text (STT) integration allows your contact center to use speech-to-text functionality to transcribe voice calls and save the transcriptions to interaction records. Full-text transcripts are searchable and include sentiment attributes (if Natural Language Understanding is enabled).

Bright Pattern integrates with STT providers such as IBM Watson, GoVivace, and Google.


Select the type of STT integration


Google Properties

Google's Cloud Speech API converts audio to text. In the Properties dialog, enter the credentials of your Google synchronous STT instance as follows. This allows Bright Pattern to access your STT resource and use it in interactions.


Google synchronous STT integration account properties


Name

The unique name of this integration account (any)

Type

By default, “Google synchronous STT” because you selected this type when adding the account.

URL

By default, https://speech.googleapis.com/v1/

API key

The service key ID that is used to authenticate Google's Cloud Speech API. This is generated when you get credentials for your service account.


GoVivace Properties

In the Properties dialog, enter the credentials of your GoVivace STT instance as follows. This allows Bright Pattern to access your STT resource and use it in interactions.


GoVivace integration account properties


Name

The unique name of this integration account (any). Because you can have multiple integration accounts of the same type, it is helpful to have a descriptive, memorable name.

URL

By default, wss://services.govivace.com/telephony

STT integration uses the secure WebSocket protocol (i.e., "wss"), so only the wss:// prefix is allowed.

API Key

The GoVivace API key

Default account

Select the Default account checkbox if this integration account is to be the default STT integration account.


Watson Properties

In the Properties dialog, enter the credentials of your IBM Watson STT instance as follows. This allows Bright Pattern to access your STT resource and use it in interactions.


Watson integration account properties


Name

The unique name of this integration account (any).

Type

By default, “Watson” because you selected this type when adding the account.

URL

If using the API key authentication method:
wss://stream.watsonplatform.net/text-to-speech/api

If using the username/password (legacy) authentication method:
wss://stream.watsonplatform.net

Note that STT integration uses the secure WebSocket protocol (i.e., "wss"), so only the wss:// prefix is allowed.

Authentication method

Select either API key or username/password (legacy). Upon selection, the appropriate fields will appear for entering your credentials.

API key

The API key (string) for the service instance in your IBM Speech to Text: Customer Care cluster, which is used for making secure, authenticated requests.

You can find your API key on IBM Cloud by going to either:

  • Speech to Text resource > Manage > Credentials
  • Speech to Text resource > Service Credentials > View Credentials


Speech to Text service credentials


username/password (legacy)

The username and password are the username (string) and password (string) that were originally used to authenticate IBM's Speech to Text service APIs.

The username and password were previously provided in the service credentials for the service instance. We refer to username/password authentication as "legacy" because IBM does not support this method of authentication, as of October 30, 2019. IBM now supports only IAM authentication (API key). You can learn more about IAM authentication at IBM Cloud Docs.

Default account

Select the Default account checkbox if this integration account is to be the default STT integration account.



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