The next wave of Voice is not about Apps but Domains – defined by users and the queries and commands they speak. Third-parties and platforms can work together in this ecosystem with trust and well-defined rules.
We get it, there are many reasons not to test and these are just the tip of the iceberg. After all, what could possibly go wrong?
The Mars Agency cut down errors on the speech recognition of their voice app by more than 80% before launch, tuning it with the help of Bespoken against a comprehensive set of utterances and accents. Read about the how they did it below.
Navigate the world of voice interaction easily! Check this Voice First cheat-sheet to help you understand the acronyms and complex concepts involved in the voice interaction and conquer the learning curve with elegance and speed.
Take a look at how the voice community reacted to Alexa, Google Home, and AI making appearances in the 2018 Super Bowl commercials.
Introducing the Human Operating System and why two billion voice devices is not the ceiling – it’s the floor. Read this and more about voice here.
Neglect of traditional metrics will lead to mistakes that will negatively impact your voice app performance and engagement. Avoid these mistakes, and read more.
Given the danger of the technological singularity, we should carefully observe bots and Alexa skills. We call it the diagnostics singularity. Read more.
Shakespeare, bot UX, and infinite monkeys. Shakespeare is the central, guiding AI, the genius, while third-party developers and systems are the humble, hard-working monkeys.