Customers interact with Alexa billions of times each week. And hundreds of thousands of partners and developers have helped make it happen. We celebrate the achievements of a few of those builders and entrepreneurs using voice AI to make customers' lives better.
Learn how they're building the future of voice and helping create a more inclusive world. And see what trends they predict for voice in 2021.
The head of User Research at NLX and CEO/Founder of Women in Voice predicts more multimodal and integrated experiences in 2021.
The award-winning skill developer and founder of Adassa Creations says count on the expanded use of voice in cars.
The longtime tech executive and head of Alexa Global Business says it's the partner community that makes voice tech so powerful and compelling.
The CEO and Co-Founder of Symbl.ai predicts conversational AI in digital communications will be a bigger part of multimodal experiences.
The COO at labworks.io says a desire for contactless interaction will mean an expansion of voice technology in gaming and assistant-type needs.
The CEO of Hatch believes in 2021 voice tech will get even better at understanding your intent.
The adjunct Edtech Professor at UT Chattanooga says niche markets will see more voice capabilities embedded in their current and future platforms.
The founder of voice design agency Appy Sloth says 2021 will be the year of acceleration of brands adopting voice tech.
The Sr Manager of Emerging Platforms at NPR predicts voice technology will move to much more meaningful, delightful conversational experiences.