Incorporating voice technology into product design is enabling people with diverse characteristics, from color blindness to haptic inabilities, to use products in different environments.
What are some recent advances driving better design?
The voice-first community continues to address solutions so that people with speech impediments, such as stuttering or slurring, can be understood and operate voice-enabled devices.
How does specialized technology go a step further to enable individuals who have lost their speech sound more like themselves?
Voice assistants and products that integrate voice-activated assistants into physical objects and services have led to greater accessibility for those with limited or no sight.
How do smart cities enable greater accessibility for all?
What promise do connected, self-driving cars with voice assistants hold for mobility required for day-to-day life and employment?
Bridging the capability and communications gap between different populations is projected to generate $30 billion by 2024.
How soon will we commercialize assistive technology that translates sign language into the spoken word for non-signers?
Which of today's prototypes hold commercial potential that's also good for society?
The number one thing to do when moving toward integrating AI into your UX design is to hire a diverse team.
– Steph Hay, VP, Conversational AI Design & Integrated Experiences, Capital One