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Excerpt from the Alexa Live Multi-Agent Device Experience Demo by Partners Session. Partner demo showcases LG and their development SmartTVs featuring ThinQ’s ‘Hi LG’ service and Alexa, giving the customers freedom to select either service to search, discover and play video content.
Excerpt from the Alexa Live Multi-Agent Device Experience Demo by Partners Session. Demo showcases Samsung Appliance Division’s vision of Bixby and Alexa on their line of Family Hub Refrigerators, bringing together the powers of Bixby and Alexa.
Excerpt from the Alexa Live Multi-Agent Device Experience Demo by Partners Session. Demo showcases SK Telecom’s Korean speaking Aria agent alongside Alexa in English, showcasing multilingual use cases.
Excerpt from the Alexa Live Multi-Agent Device Experience Demo by Partners Session. Demo showcases Vodafone Spain’s Atika and Alexa agents working together to enrich Spanish speaking customer experiences.
Excerpt from the Alexa Live Multi-Agent Device Experience Demo by Partners Session. Demo showcases LifePod’s proactive voice platform designed to support the elderly with the added benefits of Alexa on their latest smart speaker.
Excerpt from the Alexa Live Multi-Agent Device Experience Demo by Partners Session. Demo showcases Elektrobit/Continental’s Alexa Custom Assistant implementation, highlighting Brandon and Alexa, showcasing agent interoperability in next generation automobiles.
Excerpt from the Alexa Live Multi-Agent Device Experience Demo by Partners Session. Demo showcases Universal Electronics smart-home-hub controller featuring the Nevo Butler voice service and Alexa offering complementary capabilities on their TV, lighting and HVAC control.
Demo showcases Third Reality’s smart speaker and IoT hub and the Mandarin Chinese-speaking agent Shushikeji to demonstrate Universal Device Commands and Attention States.
Demo showcases Robotemi’s robot and Temi voice agent to demonstrate Agent Transfers, Universal Device Commands, and Agent Transfers.
Demo showcases the Ok Stream agent to demonstrate Attention States, Universal Device Commands, and Agent Transfers.
Learn about new resources and best practices for delivering delightful customer experiences on devices that support multiple voice agents. You’ll also hear an overview of suggestions for Voice Input Data Handling and Universal Device Commands.
Join Aaron Rubenson, Vice President, Alexa Voice Service and Alexa Skills, Kelly Wenzel, Director, Developer Marketing, and Heather McDavitt, Vice President, Product Management Consumer Products at Verizon as they discussion the future of ambient computing and how multi-agent is the next wave in voice AI.
Industry leaders building multi-agent devices will demonstrate how customers can simultaneously interact with a brand’s assistant and Alexa on a single device by using different wake words.
The MAX Toolkit helps you get started building a product with multiple voice agents, including the MAX Library, sample application and agent, and API docs.
This whitepaper discusses wake words, the role of the audio front end, wake word engines, and methods for directing appropriately processed and formatted voice input to an agent’s cloudside voice services.
This whitepaper provides information for selecting a wake word and tuning wake word models, and describes wake word use cases that require special attention and handling on multi-agent devices.
Universal Device Commands (UDCs) are an important feature for devices with multiple voice agents because they help avoid frustration and foster a delightful experience for customers.
The whitepaper provides recommendations and architectural suggestions for consideration when building products that support multiple simultaneous voice agents.
Watch the webinar to learn the benefits of supporting multiple voice agents on a device and best practices to consider for your product development.
Amazon, Baidu, BMW, Cerence, ecobee, Microsoft, Orange, Salesforce, SFR, Sonos, Spotify, Sound United, Tencent, Verizon and more to promote customer choice by supporting multiple, interoperable voice services on a single device.