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An API that delivers patented phone-based verification and two-factor authentication (2FA) using a one-time passcode (OTP) sent over voice message in the event the end-user chooses the voice method, provides a landline or is not authorized to receive SMS messages in a specific country.
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Jeannie (Voice Actions) is a virtual assistant with over three million downloads, now also available via API. The objective of this service is to provide you and your robot with the smartest response to any natural language question, just like Siri. Jeannie API provides an interface to the standard functions that users demand of modern voice assistants, like chatting, controlling your devices, looking up information, creating messages and much much more. You can extend this API to your own needs. It also provides useful metadata such as sentence analysis and entity extraction that goes beyond simple chatting and voice commands. Several million users have already been in contact with this API: http://www.voice-actions.com/ Examples: https://weannie.pannous.com/api?input=hi&login=test-user https://ask.pannous.com/?input=hi Complete documentation: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1dVG_B5Sc2x-fi1pN6iJJjfF1bJY6KEFzUqjOb8NsntI/edit
TeleSign Corporation is a Communications Platform as a Service company, founded on security, based in Los Angeles, California. Founded in 2005, by Darren Berkovitz, Ryan Disraeli and Stacy Stubblefield, the company mainly provides Two-factor authentication services, a secure supplementary method of preventing illicit access to online accounts used by many companies like iTunes, Yahoo, Gmail, Outlook, Twitter, Facebook, Bank of America, Chase, Discover, PayPal, Etsy, Salesforce, and more. clarification needed] The company also offers a variety of cloud communications APIs via a self-service portal. Ryan Disraeli is the current CEO of the company. TeleSign was an early project of the technology incubator Curious Minds. As of 2014, the company had raised $49 million in funds. In April 2017, Telesign announced that it is being acquired by BICS, a belgium-based company for $230 million.