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Moshe Yudkowsky

Disaggregate, President

Dr. Moshe Yudkowsky has twenty years of experience in high-technology product development.

Dr. Yudkowsky is president of Disaggregate, , a consulting company that helps companies create, understand, and apply revolutionary technology. He is author of the "The Pebble and the Avalanche: How Taking Things Apart Creates Revolutions" (Berrett-Koehler, 2005). He specializes in consulting and education for a particular high-tech industry: speech technology, which includes speech recognition, text-to-speech, and biometrics.

Moshe received his Ph.D. in Physics from Northwestern University; he joined Bell Laboratories in 1987. At Bell Labs, Dr. Yudkowsky worked on several large-scale deployments of speech recognition applications, with responsibilities ranging from architecture to DSP development to application design.

Moshe joined Dialogic Corp. (later Intel) in 1996 as a Senior System Architect to nurture speech development. Moshe founded Disaggregate in 2002 to implement the principles outlined in his book.

Moshe speaks and writes extensively on various topics. He led the ECTF's Automatic Speech Recognition Task Group for over a decade, and served as Technical Chair of the ECTF in 2001. He was a board member of AVIOS, an organization that promotes speech technology. In 2002, he co-founded and became the first Chair of the Midwest Speech Technology Association, a US-based organization of speech technology professionals.

Sessions from eCommEurope2009: Emerging Communications Conference featuring Moshe Yudkowsky: