Patents Assigned to AudioEye, Inc.
  • Patent number: 10896286
    Abstract: Systems and methods are disclosed for manually and programmatically remediating websites to thereby facilitate website navigation by people with diverse abilities. For example, an administrator portal is provided for simplified, form-based creation and deployment of remediation code, and a machine learning system is utilized to create and suggest remediations based on past remediation history. Voice command systems and portable document format (PDF) remediation techniques are also provided for improving the accessibility of such websites.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: August 12, 2020
    Date of Patent: January 19, 2021
    Assignee: AUDIOEYE, INC.
    Inventors: Sean D. Bradley, Mark D. Baker, Jeffrey O. Jones, Kenny P. Hefner, Adam Finkelstein, Douglas J. Gilormo, Taylor R. Bodnar, David C. Pinckney, Charlie E. Blevins, Helena Laymon, Trevor C. Jones, Damien M. Carrillo
  • Patent number: 10867120
    Abstract: Systems and methods are disclosed for manually and programmatically remediating websites to thereby facilitate website navigation by people with diverse abilities. For example, an administrator portal is provided for simplified, form-based creation and deployment of remediation code, and a machine learning system is utilized to create and suggest remediations based on past remediation history. Voice command systems and portable document format (PDF) remediation techniques are also provided for improving the accessibility of such websites.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: August 12, 2020
    Date of Patent: December 15, 2020
    Assignee: AudioEye, Inc.
    Inventors: Sean D. Bradley, Mark D. Baker, Jeffrey O. Jones, Kenny P. Hefner, Adam Finkelstein, Douglas J. Gilormo, Taylor R. Bodnar, David C. Pinckney, Charlie E. Blevins, Helena Laymon, Trevor C. Jones, Damien M. Carrillo
  • Patent number: 10866691
    Abstract: Methods and systems for manual and programmatic remediation of websites. JavaScript code is accessed by a user device and optionally calls TTS, ASR, and RADAE modules from a remote server to thereby facilitate website navigation by people with diverse abilities.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: August 12, 2020
    Date of Patent: December 15, 2020
    Assignee: AUDIOEYE, INC.
    Inventors: Sean D. Bradley, Mark D. Baker, Jeffrey O. Jones, Kenny P. Hefner, Adam Finkelstein, Douglas J. Gilormo, Taylor R. Bodnar, David C. Pinckney, Charlie E. Blevins, Helena Laymon, Trevor C. Jones
  • Patent number: 10860173
    Abstract: Methods and systems for manual and programmatic remediation of websites. JavaScript code is accessed by a user device and optionally calls TTS, ASR, and RADAE modules from a remote server to thereby facilitate website navigation by people with diverse abilities.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: August 12, 2020
    Date of Patent: December 8, 2020
    Assignee: AUDIOEYE, INC.
    Inventors: Sean D. Bradley, Mark D. Baker, Jeffrey O. Jones, Kenny P. Hefner, Adam Finkelstein, Douglas J. Gilormo, Taylor R. Bodnar, David C. Pinckney, Charlie E. Blevins, Helena Laymon, Trevor C. Jones
  • Patent number: 10845947
    Abstract: Methods and systems for manual and programmatic remediation of websites. JavaScript code is accessed by a user device and optionally calls TTS, ASR, and RADAE modules from a remote server to thereby facilitate website navigation by people with diverse abilities.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: August 12, 2020
    Date of Patent: November 24, 2020
    Assignee: AudioEye, Inc.
    Inventors: Sean D. Bradley, Mark D. Baker, Jeffrey O. Jones, Kenny P. Hefner, Adam Finkelstein, Douglas J. Gilormo, Taylor R. Bodnar, David C. Pinckney, Charlie E. Blevins, Helena Laymon, Trevor C. Jones
  • Patent number: 10845946
    Abstract: Methods and systems for manual and programmatic remediation of websites. JavaScript code is accessed by a user device and optionally calls TTS, ASR, and RADAE modules from a remote server to thereby facilitate website navigation by people with diverse abilities.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: August 12, 2020
    Date of Patent: November 24, 2020
    Assignee: AudioEye, Inc.
    Inventors: Sean D. Bradley, Mark D. Baker, Jeffrey O. Jones, Kenny P. Hefner, Adam Finkelstein, Douglas J. Gilormo, Taylor R. Bodnar, David C. Pinckney, Charlie E. Blevins, Helena Laymon, Trevor C. Jones
  • Patent number: 10809877
    Abstract: Methods and systems for manual and programmatic remediation of websites. JavaScript code is accessed by a user device and optionally calls TTS, ASR, and RADAE modules from a remote server to thereby facilitate website navigation by people with diverse abilities.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: August 12, 2020
    Date of Patent: October 20, 2020
    Assignee: AudioEye, Inc.
    Inventors: Sean D. Bradley, Mark D. Baker, Jeffrey O. Jones, Kenny P. Hefner, Adam Finkelstein, Douglas J. Gilormo, Taylor R. Bodnar, David C. Pinckney, Charlie E. Blevins, Helena Laymon, Trevor C. Jones
  • Patent number: 10762280
    Abstract: Systems and methods are disclosed for manually and programmatically remediating websites to thereby facilitate website navigation by people with diverse abilities. For example, an administrator portal is provided for simplified, form-based creation and deployment of remediation code, and a machine learning system is utilized to create and suggest remediations based on past remediation history. Voice command systems and portable document format (PDF) remediation techniques are also provided for improving the accessibility of such websites.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: August 6, 2019
    Date of Patent: September 1, 2020
    Assignee: AudioEye, Inc.
    Inventors: Sean D. Bradley, Mark D. Baker, Jeffrey O. Jones, Kenny P. Hefner, Adam Finkelstein, Douglas J. Gilormo, Taylor R. Bodnar, David C. Pinckney, Charlie E. Blevins, Helena Laymon, Trevor C. Jones, Damien M. Carrillo
  • Patent number: 10444934
    Abstract: Methods and systems for manual and programmatic remediation of websites. JavaScript code is accessed by a user device and optionally calls TTS, ASR, and RADAE modules from a remote server to thereby facilitate website navigation by people with diverse abilities.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: March 18, 2016
    Date of Patent: October 15, 2019
    Assignee: AudioEye, Inc.
    Inventors: Sean D. Bradley, Mark D. Baker, Jeffrey O. Jones, Kenny P. Hefner, Adam Finkelstein, Douglas J. Gilormo, Taylor R. Bodnar, David C. Pinckney, Charlie E. Blevins, Trevor C. Jones, Helena Laymon
  • Patent number: 10423709
    Abstract: Systems and methods are disclosed for manually and programmatically remediating websites to thereby facilitate website navigation by people with diverse abilities. For example, an administrator portal is provided for simplified, form-based creation and deployment of remediation code, and a machine learning system is utilized to create and suggest remediations based on past remediation history. Voice command systems and portable document format (PDF) remediation techniques are also provided for improving the accessibility of such websites.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: August 16, 2018
    Date of Patent: September 24, 2019
    Assignee: AudioEye, Inc.
    Inventors: Sean D. Bradley, Mark D. Baker, Jeffrey O. Jones, Kenny P. Hefner, Adam Finkelstein, Douglas J. Gilormo, Taylor R. Bodnar, David C. Pinckney, Charlie E. Blevins, Helena Laymon, Trevor C. Jones, Damien Carrillo
  • Publication number: 20140047337
    Abstract: A system and method for organizing one or more audio files. One or more original files are converted into the one or more audio files. The one or more original files are associated with the one or more audio files. The one or more audio files are accessed in response to a request to access the one or more audio files. The one or more audio files are communicated through an audio interface in response to a request to access the one or more audio files.
    Type: Application
    Filed: October 16, 2013
    Publication date: February 13, 2014
    Applicant: AudioEye, Inc.
    Inventors: Nathaniel T. BRADLEY, David IDE
  • Patent number: 8296150
    Abstract: A system and method for communicating one or more audio files through a network. One or more original files of an original web site are converted into one or more audio files. An indication is provided to a user that the one or more original files are available as the one or more audio files in response to the user navigating the one or more original files. The one or more audio files are delivered to a computing device of the user through the network in response to a request to access the one or more audio files.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: August 22, 2011
    Date of Patent: October 23, 2012
    Assignee: AudioEye, Inc.
    Inventors: Nathan T. Bradley, David Ide
  • Patent number: 8260616
    Abstract: A system and method for generating audio content. Content is automatically retrieved from an original website according to a predetermined schedule to generate retrieved content. The retrieved content is converted to one or more audio file. A hierarchy is assigned to the one or more audio files to provide an audible website that mimics a hierarch of the retrieved content as represented at the original website. The audible website is stored in a database for retrieval by one or more users. A first user input is received indicating an attempt to access the original website. The audible website is indicated as being associated with the original website in response to the user selection. Portion of the audible website are played in response to a second user input.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: May 2, 2011
    Date of Patent: September 4, 2012
    Assignee: AudioEye, Inc.
    Inventors: William C. O'Conor, Nathan T. Bradley
  • Patent number: 8046229
    Abstract: The present invention is a server-side method and apparatus that enables visually-impaired users to navigate websites and hear high-quality streaming audio of narration and descriptions of each website. The system involves creating an audible website corresponding to an original website by utilizing voice talent to read and describe web content and create audio files for each section within an original website, then assigning a hierarchy and navigation system based on the original website design. To implement the system, a small program is installed on the home page of an original website which plays a tone upon a user's visit indicating that the website is accessible with the present invention. Upon hearing the tone, a user presses a key on the keyboard to exit the original website and enter the audible website. Audible narration is played through the user's computer, reading text and describing non-text information.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: December 14, 2009
    Date of Patent: October 25, 2011
    Assignee: Audioeye, Inc.
    Inventors: Nathan T. Bradley, David Ide
  • Patent number: 7966184
    Abstract: Systems and methods for an audio-based content management, navigation and retrieval system are provided. The system translates and organizes content, for example text, Podcasts, RSS, pictures, video, into audio output, and provides intelligent access to the content for use on the internet, mobile phones, MP3 devices, or other digital devices. A user may listen to and navigate content by listening to streaming audio and performing simple keystroke or audio commands from an Internet enabled or other digital device.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: March 6, 2007
    Date of Patent: June 21, 2011
    Assignee: Audioeye, Inc.
    Inventors: William C. O'Conor, Nathan T. Bradley
  • Publication number: 20100095210
    Abstract: The present invention is a server-side method and apparatus that enables visually-impaired users to navigate websites and hear high-quality streaming audio of narration and descriptions of each website. The system involves creating an audible website corresponding to an original website by utilizing voice talent to read and describe web content and create audio files for each section within an original website, then assigning a hierarchy and navigation system based on the original website design. To implement the system, a small program is installed on the home page of an original website which plays a tone upon a user's visit indicating that the website is accessible with the present invention. Upon hearing the tone, a user presses a key on the keyboard to exit the original website and enter the audible website. Audible narration is played through the user's computer, reading text and describing non-text information.
    Type: Application
    Filed: December 14, 2009
    Publication date: April 15, 2010
    Applicant: AUDIOEYE, INC.
    Inventors: Nathan T. Bradley, David Ide
  • Patent number: 7653544
    Abstract: The present invention is a server-side method and apparatus that enables visually-impaired users to navigate websites and hear high-quality streaming audio of narration and descriptions of each website. The system involves creating an audible website corresponding to an original website by utilizing voice talent to read and describe web content and create audio files for each section within an original website, then assigning a hierarchy and navigation system based on the original website design. To implement the system, a small program is installed on the home page of an original website which plays a tone upon a user's visit indicating that the website is accessible with the present invention. Upon hearing the tone, a user presses a key on the keyboard to exit the original website and enter the audible website. Audible narration is played through the user's computer, reading text and describing non-text information.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: August 8, 2003
    Date of Patent: January 26, 2010
    Assignee: AudioEye, Inc.
    Inventors: Nathan T. Bradley, David Ide