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VoiceXML (Voice Extensible Markup Language) is a markup language that is used to create interactive, voice-driven applications for telephony and other voice-based platforms. It is based on XML, the standard markup language for defining and structuring data, and extends XML with a set of elements and attributes for defining voice dialogs, menus, prompts, and other interactive elements.

VoiceXML is designed to provide a platform-independent, open standard for creating voice applications that can be accessed and used on a variety of devices and platforms, including telephones, smartphones, and voice-enabled assistants. It allows developers to create voice applications that can handle complex, branching dialogs, and that can provide access to information, services, and other features through voice commands and responses.

VoiceXML is used in a variety of applications, such as customer service and support, information and directory services, voice-based gaming, and voice-enabled interfaces for the web and other applications. It is supported by a wide range of vendors and platforms, including major telephony providers, voice-enabled assistants, and voice application servers. Overall, VoiceXML is an important and widely-used technology for creating interactive, voice-driven applications.


See also:

IBM WebSphere Voice Toolkit | IVR Agents | OwlSpeak |  SALT (Speech Application Language Tags) & Dialog SystemsSpeechBuilder GrammarsSSML (Speech Synthesis Markup Language) & Dialog SystemsXML Grammar & Dialog Systems

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