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Best Voicefirst podcasts we could find (updated May 2020)
Best Voicefirst podcasts we could find
Updated May 2020
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VOICE SOFTWARE CO. // #Columbus // less thumb-swiping & screen-facing. Wholistic Balance ☯️ of Midwestern Love ❤️ + Artificial Intelligence 💬 Voicefirst AI builds builds scalable, automated, workforces for your business.. Web *check* Mobile *check* Voice *calls Voicefirst* communicate screenlessly Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/voicefirstai/support
 
Listen in on real phone calls behind the scenes of Ritholtz Wealth Management. Featuring Josh Brown, Michael Batnick, Blair duQuesnay, Ben Carlson, and the team behind The Compound on YouTube. You can hear episodes with our Alexa Skill, (just search for "The Compound" on Amazon or the Alexa app). 1-click open in your native podcast app. Enjoy this show? Please rate and review on Amazon and Apple Podcasts. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
Teri Fisher, from the Alexa in Canada Blog and VoiceFirst network, reveals all of his top Amazon Alexa skills, strategies, news, power tips and tricks for Canadians. Discover how you can get the most out of Alexa’s voice first service so you can have the time and freedom to make your life more organized, relaxed, stress-free, entertaining, and fun! Although Teri confesses he does not have a complete Smart home, he uses Alexa to help him be more efficient in his daily life. Amazon Echo device ...
 
Listen to conversations with voice technology experts, and boost your knowledge and technical skills. Learn from #voicefirst professionals about voice interfaces, voice assistants, chatbots, alexa, machine learning, data science and AI. Subscribe on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, and Spotify, as well as Amazon Alexa, Google Assistant, Samsung Bixby and more.
 
Voice-first technology is becoming the operating system of healthcare, and it is poised to completely disrupt the way we experience everything in health and medicine. We are entering the era of ambient computing – smart speakers around us that are ready to carry out our commands through the most natural interfaces known to us – our voices. In this podcast, we discuss the latest news, projects, research, and breakthroughs about the rapidly expanding intersection of Healthcare and VoiceFirst t ...
 
Voice Marketing with Emily Binder is an award winning Alexa Flash Briefing and podcast about marketing, voice technology, and business. Host Emily Binder is an entrepreneur and a voice technology strategist and popular speaker. Hear new episodes in under three minutes every weekday on Alexa Flash Briefing (search your Alexa app or Amazon for "Voice Marketing with Emily Binder") or hear in your favorite podcast app. Subscribe free to listen anywhere at emilybinder.com/briefing. Follow host Em ...
 
Dave Isbitski discusses various aspects of Alexa (Alexa Skills Kit and Alexa Voice Service), natural language understanding, voice recognition, and how developers like you are building innovative solutions. The podcasts include Alexa news, developer tips, and interviews with Alexa developers and Alexa employees.
 
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In this episode, Teri welcomes Mark Tucker, an Alexa Champion, Bixby Premier Developer, the current Senior Architect of Voice Technology at Soar.com, and the creator of the revolutionary Alexa game, Number Spies. Welcome, Mark! Mark Tucker is a software developer and architect with over 25 years’ experience. He started his voice-tech journey in 201…
 
Consider removing "customer" or "consumer" from your vocabulary. Think of them as people who are more complex, and with whom you can really build a relationship to your brand. This briefing was inspired by Pauline Jordan's ideas on Six Pixels of Separation episode 711 with Mitch Joel. Pauline is a brilliant marketer and business thinker. See acast.…
 
Today on the show, we welcome Steve Tingiris. Steve is a leader in the field of voice development, a serial entrepreneur, and amazingly he still codes everyday. He’s the founder of Dabble Lab, which builds tech products and tools to automate business workflows with a strong focus on AI-powered digital assistants and voice. He also runs the hugely p…
 
Over the past few weeks, I have brought in executives from three companies with specialty assistants that have shown early promise: Deutsche Telekom, Josh.ai, and Aider. Today, we take a different angle on this topic and focus specifically on the design of specialty assistants. And, we invited a crew that has worked on multiple specialty assistants…
 
A Degenerate Gambler Walks Into a Stock Exchange... What Are Your Thoughts? On an all-new What Are Your Thoughts - Michael Batnick and Downtown Josh Brown discuss the biggest topics in finance this week, including: - What should we make of massive one-day rallies in the stock market? - What if the stock market is doing a better job of tracking the …
 
"Last week Kantar’s Dimension study revealed a brewing mistrust among consumers towards both advertisers and social media platforms. The report surveyed 8,000 people in eight markets, including the US, UK and China, which have a combined total ad spend of $400bn. It found advertising to be the least likely source people would use to garner informat…
 
Grab a book! According to the Pew Research Center, the typical American reads just 4 books a year and over 25% haven’t read a single book this year. I am reading The Future is Faster than You Think by Peter Diamandis. Follow me on Twitter for insights, quotes, and book and podcast recommendations: @emilybinder. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and…
 
The Sears catalog democratized American commerce. In 1896 Congress passed the Rural Free Delivery Act, which opened up the Postal Service to all of America. Rural mom and pop shops did not want postal delivery because mail like the Sears catalog would arrive and could put them out of business. Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos has said to employees: "One day, …
 
Humans can hear 20 to 100 times faster than we can see. And that has a stronger impact on us than we might expect. One study by North, Hargreaves, and McKendrick, entitled The influence of in-store music on wine selections appeared in the Journal of Applied Psychology and found that people shopping for wine in a store playing German music were more…
 
Brendan Roberts founded Aider in 2017 after more than 15 years helping small businesses with their communications and IT needs. Roberts hacked together a specialty voice assistant using off-the-shelf technologies in 2017 to prove that it could help address common problems faced by small businesses. He then launched Aider as a specialty assistant fo…
 
Josh Brown and Michael Batnick discuss the recent rash of commentary about the "Death of Value Investing," a discipline that has already died a thousand deaths before and yet is continually resurrected. Michael points out that growth investing is currently on a 30-year win streak versus value investing, while the distance between cheap stocks and e…
 
This is day 4 of 5 in our week of email marketing tips, stats, dos and don’ts. Now, here is the money shot of the entire week. This is the big tip I hope you all really take to heart: 1) First, here is the Why: In a conversation, 55% is nonverbal. 38% is tone of voice and change in pitch. That leaves just 7% coming from the words, things that you c…
 
Adobe surveyed over 1,000 white-collar workers in the United States in 2018 and identified the nine common phrases that people find most frustrating and annoying in emails. In order of least despised to most despised: 9. "Re-attaching for convenience" (6%) 8. "As discussed" (6%) 7. "As previously stated" (9%) 6. "Please advise" (9%) 5. "Sorry for t…
 
In this episode, Teri welcomes Drew Cosgrove, an Amazon Alexa Games developer and publisher. Welcome, Drew! Drew spent 25 years in IT but felt he needed to get back to coding, the love of which had drawn him to technology in the first place. When Amazon introduced Echo in the UK, he was a senior IT architect and he knew he’d found just the opportun…
 
In this episode, Teri welcomes Dr. Bob Kolock, a retired physician, executive, and active Amazon Alexa skills developer. Dr. Bob Kolock has over 35 years of experience in healthcare delivery. Since retirement, he has had the opportunity to spend more time on things that really interest him. That led him to begin learning JavaScript and the Amazon A…
 
In their 2018 Consumer Email Survey report, Adobe examined at how white-collar workers use email and discovered that they spend an average of 2.5 hours per day checking their personal inboxes at work and even more time dealing with work-related emails. Considering actual productive hours are at about 2 out of the 8 at the office, this isn't good ne…
 
Today on the show, we welcome Carl Robinson. Yep, the script has been flipped, and your favorite Voice Tech Podcast host is now on the other side of the mic as today’s guest! Interviewing Carl live from Project Voice is the brilliant Keri Roberts – host of the Inside Voice Podcast. In this episode, we find out more about Carl’s background as a data…
 
Data from Statista reveals a steady climb in the number of emails received and sent out. It projects that the figure will surpass 347 billion per day by 2022. It’s also worth realizing that the number was 269 billion in 2018. That’s a rapid rate growth for an already high volume of emails. Also, hear why Gmail created the Promotions tab (can you gu…
 
What makes a good podcast? How about a great podcast? In this episode, Emily and Steve discuss the best ways to create a valuable message to grow your podcast audience as well as how companies should be approaching podcasting as a new form of content marketing. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
Alex Capecelatro and his co-founder started Josh.ai in 2015 though the technology development preceded that by almost five years. Josh.ai is solely focused on creating assistant-enabled luxury home automation that supports both touch and voice interaction but Alex tells me it can go much further in the market as well. The company has its own smart …
 
Trust me on this, I have info that will make you a better communicator and that is the crux of everything on this show. Tune in for our series that begins Monday. Here's how: Subscribe now so you can listen on your favorite podcast app and or on Alexa Flash Briefing each day next week, the easy links are at emilybinder.com/briefing. Or just search …
 
Unlimited Economic Stimulus: What Are Your Thoughts? Join Michael Batnick and Downtown Josh Brown for another all-new edition of What Are Your Thoughts? as they discuss: - US stocks just had their best monthly performance in 30 years - what was the catalyst? - Has Warren Buffett's magic touch faded away? Why Berkshire's annual shareholder "meeting"…
 
Noise is a secret killer of performance. A mere 10db noise increase (e.g. going from a dishwasher to a vacuum cleaner) drops productivity by 5%. But most people don't notice because it impacts cognition, not effort. Also, noise is greater in poorer neighborhoods. This is from noise and productivity research published February 25, 2020 by Joshua T D…
 
Motivated reasoning is a circular information processing pattern where we notice and seek out evidence that confirms our beliefs and we rarely challenge the validity of that confirming evidence. On top of that we ignore or work hard to actively discredit information contradicting our belief. In motivated reasoning, we are stuck in a loop where we n…
 
on Speebly, Apple Watch, and multimodality w/ Eric Sauve Speebly: https://www.speebly.com/ Eric Sauve: eric.sauve@speebly.com LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/ericsauve/ Your Voice First Podcast: https://open.spotify.com/show/2qOKySbQkldohO7vbSGIYz #ios #applewatch #voice #audio #iot #voicefirst --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/v…
 
In this episode, Teri will share some of his favorite skills that we can all use at home particularly while we are self-quarantining at home. Enjoy! We are living in very challenging times right now with the COVID-19 pandemic, and we are all spending more time at home than ever before which has led to an increased use of voice assistants. Teri will…
 
You know about Amazon Alexa, Apple Siri, and Google Assistant. What about the German alternative from Deutsche Telekom, Hallo Magenta? You are going to learn a lot today from Reghu Thanumalayan, Innovation Lead for Deutsche Telekom’s Hallo Magenta Voice Assistant. He led the technology team that brought Magenta to market in 2019. Reghu shares insig…
 
Episode starts with Josh asing his friend Jeff Macke to pop on and tell us about what's happening with America's largest retailers, and how the coronavirus ended up being both a challenge and an opportunity for them. Jeff is an expert in all things big box retailing and ecommerce, He's also hilarious and one of the nicest guys I know. Hope you enjo…
 
Voice is a universally accessible technology that is in its infancy compared to where we are headed toward ambient computing, when computing blends into the background. Find out how it should fit into your marketing strategy: book a consultation with Emily Binder: https://emilybinder.com/voice-marketing/call/ See acast.com/privacy for privacy and o…
 
In this episode, Teri will share his thoughts on voice and why he believes that voice is the next operating system. He will be using his drums to illustrate some of the concepts by using them as voices. Enjoy! The Evolution of Technology Technology has evolved from a keyboard as a way to interface with the computer, to a mouse, and then to a touch …
 
The practice of quarantine began during the 14th century in an effort to protect coastal cities from plague epidemics. Hear more about the 40 day anchoring. It’s good to understand where our words originate and what they really mean. Voice recognition is about discovering who is speaking. Speech recognition is about what they are saying. See acast.…
 
In this episode, Teri welcomes Israel Krush, the CEO and Co-Founder at Hyro, a voice platform that allows enterprises to easily add voice capabilities to their websites and mobile apps. Israel is based in Israel, and is a former elite intelligence officer in the Israeli Defense Forces. He studied Computer Science and Statistics, has a background in…
 
Marek Mis is the founder of OnlyOne, the first ever voice-dating application. Only One helps users find their true love using only their voice. We explore the fascinating concept of without images, diving into the product features, and how the platform matches you up with your perfect partner. We discuss dating apps in general, typical behavioral p…
 
Inspired by a 2015 post that was clearly an SEO tactic for a small Missouri ad agency. Their post was littered with internal links to their Facebook Ad services and rich keyword text, keyword stuffing, the works of early 2000s SEO tactics. But worse, this post has an unsubstantiated stat about the average American seeing "4,000 to 10,000" ads per d…
 
Find out why freedom weighting is a powerful way to invest by rewarding freer countries. Watch the video of the conversation on YouTube. Founder Perth Tolle has quantified freedom by country for international investing with her ETF, Life + Liberty Indexes. Perth and Emily Binder discuss the relationships between human rights, economic freedoms, and…
 
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