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Learning To Talk again
Learning to Talk Again in a Voice-First World: At Home, At Work, and on the Go
David Isbitski from Alexa joins us to discuss how voice is changing the way people interact with technology and how businesses can participate in this voice-first world.
As artificial intelligence (AI) and natural language understanding (NLU) continue to grow and influence consumers, customer expectations have begun to shift toward “voice-first.” AI is taking over tasks such as filling out online forms or installing an app for us and as our systems more deeply interconnect, especially in the home and automobile, we will see our AI working together to better serve our needs. Hear what these new expectations mean for your business, and what you should be thinking about today to meet them.
Join Dave Isbitski, Chief Evangelist for Alexa and Echo at Amazon, and Duane Forrester, VP of Industry Insights at Yext, to hear what these new expectations mean for your business, and what you should be thinking about today to meet them.
Watch Learning to Talk Again in a Voice-First World: At Home, At Work, and on the Go and learn:
- Voice is not the next thing coming, it’s here and now, so they much start engaging
- Consumer expectations are changing rapidly; you need to watch this and respond
- There are distinct ways for a business to engage consumers in a voice-first world
Chief Evangelist for Alexa and Echo | Amazon
Dave is currently the Chief Evangelist for Alexa and Echo at Amazon. He has been a professional speaker, trainer, and evangelist for over a decade. He has taught full-day courses on many topics including voice design, natural language understanding, mobile, and the cloud. Dave has helped launch numerous technology platforms and devices while at both Microsoft and Amazon. He is an author for LinkedIn, hosts the AlexaDevChat podcast alexadevchat.com, and can be found online at thedavedev.com and on Twitter as @thedavedev.
VP of Industry Insights | Yext
Duane is a 20-year veteran of the search and social fields, and the author of How To Make Money With Your Blog and Turn Clicks Into Customers (McGraw-Hill). He spent nine years with Microsoft and Bing where he ran their Webmaster Tools program, as well as the SEO program at MSN.