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Alex Potamianos: Voice Reveals More About Your Emotions

Humans are emotionally complex. Not just in how we feel, but in how we convey those feelings. What you say and what you do communicates only a fraction of your emotions. Thousands of other cues in body language, facial expressions, and especially in the tone of your voice can paint a vivid picture of how you feel at any particular moment.

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Jon Arnold: Voice and AI in The Enterprise

The door is wide open for AI in the enterprise. While voice has always been part of its inner workings, AI-enabled voice technology is still finding its way. The push for voice-first applications in business, however, is already picking up the pace. We have Cortana for executives, Alexa for business tasks, and all sorts of chatbots for HR, customer service, and even business analysis.  

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Kevin Teman: AI Matchmaking and The Future of Love

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As technology evolves, so do the ways we look for that special someone.

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SecondMind: Smarter Sales Calls and Data Protection with AI

AI has already wriggled its way into the business world with dedicated Alexa Skills that automate office tasks, an "intelligent agent" designed to boost workplace productivity, and even a personal AI analyst that digs up company data for you.

Here's How The Military is Using Voice Technology

Voice technology in the military is a sensitive subject. Nobody wants to think about how the benevolent tech helping patients track their meds and supporting children with dyslexia may also be aiding deadly attacks in foreign countries.

But if we're to touch on all the fields where voice tech is making a difference, then the military should be no exception. Besides, highlighting the uses of voice in warfare may inspire new ideas on how voice can help the people caught in the midst of it.

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How Voice Tech Could Help Counter Fraud in eCommerce

Remember listening to Google Duplex make that terrifyingly human-like phone call to book an appointment at a salon?

While most of us were thinking "Well, I'm never making phone calls again," cybersecurity experts thought "We might be able to use this for fraud prevention."

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Drivetime: Making Boring Commutes Fun With Voice-First Games

Did you know that over 110 million commuters in the U.S. that travel to and from work alone?

Gen Z moves forecast the future of voice technology

Why talking to inanimate objects is becoming the new normal

Voice Tech Offers A Powerful Medium For Branded Storytelling

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Help Managing Diabetes is Just a Voice Command Away

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