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EP11: Now We're Talking! Voice Is The New Buzz

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When Apple released its voice interface in late 2011, watching somebody shouting at their phone repeatedly was good comic relief. Many of us would wait for a quiet moment alone before daring to ask our phone a question.

Today, via the likes of Alexa and Siri, more and more of us are confidently using voice as our UI. Searching, calling, composing and sending messages, an interface that is arguably the most natural we have.

More than half of India’s Internet users are doing it. Voice search is seeing massive growth in Asia - India, China, and Indonesia being the top three. And importantly, voice is used more by the younger generation: under 35s are leading the change.

Why should we be listening to the talk about voice? What are the threats? What are the opportunities? What does it mean for the UX writer or chatbot developer?

In this episode Rew Shearer and Jam Mayer touch on the topic. And why not? Podcast is the new blog. 🙂

Hootsuite Q3 Global Digital Statshot / LinkedIn Live Video

Episode 7 - Why Do We Hate Chatbots?

Episode 10 - A Conversation With A Black Ops Chatbot Operative

Podcast website www.theconversologist.show

More about us www.conversologie.com

--- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/conversologist/message
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When Apple released its voice interface in late 2011, watching somebody shouting at their phone repeatedly was good comic relief. Many of us would wait for a quiet moment alone before daring to ask our phone a question.

Today, via the likes of Alexa and Siri, more and more of us are confidently using voice as our UI. Searching, calling, composing and sending messages, an interface that is arguably the most natural we have.

More than half of India’s Internet users are doing it. Voice search is seeing massive growth in Asia - India, China, and Indonesia being the top three. And importantly, voice is used more by the younger generation: under 35s are leading the change.

Why should we be listening to the talk about voice? What are the threats? What are the opportunities? What does it mean for the UX writer or chatbot developer?

In this episode Rew Shearer and Jam Mayer touch on the topic. And why not? Podcast is the new blog. 🙂

Hootsuite Q3 Global Digital Statshot / LinkedIn Live Video

Episode 7 - Why Do We Hate Chatbots?

Episode 10 - A Conversation With A Black Ops Chatbot Operative

Podcast website www.theconversologist.show

More about us www.conversologie.com

--- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/conversologist/message
  continue reading

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