Speech technology potentially allows everyone to participate in today's information revolution and can bridge the language barrier gap. Unfortunately, construction of speech processing systems requires significant resources. With some 6900 languages in the world, traditionally speech processing is prohibitive to all but the most economically viable languages. In spite of recent improvements in speech processing, supporting new languages is a skilled job requiring significant effort from trained individuals. SPICE aims to overcome both limitations by providing an interactive language creation and evaluation toolkit that allows everyone to develop speech processing models, to collect appropriate data for model building, and to evaluate the results enabling iterative improvements.