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"kerrie roberts" Discussed on The Evolve Your Wedding Business Podcast: Marketing For Your Wedding Business | Online Business

The Evolve Your Wedding Business Podcast: Marketing For Your Wedding Business | Online Business

01:35 min | Last week

"kerrie roberts" Discussed on The Evolve Your Wedding Business Podcast: Marketing For Your Wedding Business | Online Business

"Are you gonna Kit dressed like you know. Maybe i won't get interested in. Have some breakfast lunch maybe. Well i'm like you know what i took a shower got trust and i said that's all i'm doing today and i'm going to catch up on the clown and watch. We watched the crown and eat food in ice cream and take a nap. Been much more crown. That's gonna be it and it was great. It's so fulfilling and like it's funny. 'cause we don't do things enough ourselves so i know when i do something like that i feel like i'm getting away with something which is a really fun feeling right. It's like you're cheating. Yeah so it's like when you get to travel but it's also business extractions exactly. Oh yes that is a good feeling carry. I know you know you have a lot of free sources. Where can people go if they wanna learn more from you if they want to be able to you know. Get things prioritized and get out of overwhelm their business. Oh i'm so glad you asset. So i've got a freebie that i'm gonna make sure that you get. It's called my daily priority list and it just kind of explains that three-set process of Daily focused your priorities them. Brain dumping in also is a digital version. So you can download that if you want to And then if people want to stay connected on instagram at kerrie roberts. Coaching in three confined me. And my website is carrie roberts..

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"kerrie roberts" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

02:38 min | Last month

"kerrie roberts" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Honda dealers. President Biden's predictions on Afghanistan are all proving to be wrong. The Taliban's nearly complete takeover of Afghanistan has stunned the president Biden and top officials. Early last month. It is not inevitable. The president insisted Afghan troops could hold off the Taliban and Friday Kabul is not right now. Um uh, In an imminent threat environment. Two days after the Pentagon's John Kirby spoke, the Taliban entered the Afghan capital 20 years after being thrown out of power. And after America's longest war that cost billions of dollars and more than 3500 allied lives. It took the Taliban about a week to seize nearly the entire country. Saga or Megane Washington, Texas Supreme Court sides with Governor Greg Abbott on the issue of mask mandates mask mandates that had been issued by San Antonio and Dallas been blocked by the high Court ruling. The ruling overrides a lower court's ruling that had allowed mandates in schools. Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton says quote. Let this be a lesson to all is DS and local officials at the governor's order stands and quote. And while that ruling does specify those two cities, what's still up for debate is what Austin and Travis County can still do is both the mayor and county judge believe they Will have the authority to force masks in schools or public buildings. Both argue that Austin and Travis counties mandates remain in effect because they were not involved in the Supreme Court ruling. Patrick Osborne NEWS radio cable BJ Decision on Booster Shots will be made in the very near future. Dr. Francis Collins, who is the director of the National Institutes of Health, tells Fox News Sunday. The U. S could decide in the next couple of weeks whether to offer coronavirus booster shots to Americans this fall. We are getting increasing amount of data from the U. S. Yes, especially the next couple of weeks. We're going to see a lot since Delta really started hitting art in July, and then we'll make a decision for right now. Dr Donald Yalie, who's the chief medical officer at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center, the vaccine is holding up well, I don't think in the interim, the average person who does not have immuno compromised disease should worry much about Am I really protected? I'm Shelley Apple, ER, the Greater Austin Crime Commission's Kerrie Roberts says the new budget for us And police is an important first step, although come in the City Council for approving the two cadet classes. It's a very important first step to solve our police staffing crisis. You know, we've got to be more, he says. By the end of this year, we will still be far short of what we need in terms of officers on the street..

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"kerrie roberts" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

06:33 min | 3 months ago

"kerrie roberts" Discussed on WSB-AM

"To 5. A disease. Yeah, you Wow. This gets dark very quickly, folks. I apologize. In a chilling encounter captured entirely on ring cameras. A naked intruder made himself at home in a Bel Air house going for a swim, checking the mail and then finally. Strangling the family's parakeets. This is bizarre from inside that, so the family was home. Marika SAB's and her husband, Matt from inside the house. Monica SAB's tells her husband met, uh, that someone else is there. The footage shows Matt SAB's walk out of the second floor bedroom and come face to face with the intruder. 34 year old Paul Kian. Hey, What are you doing? Sha'ab sounded. This is my house key and responded calmly. What are you doing here? I'm going to call the police right now. Other footage shows a naked Kian climbing into and out of the shadows pool, then nosing around the house that appear of SAB's shorts. Private security eventually showed up. And detained key and until police arrived, but not before he had allegedly killed two of the families parakeets. I saw what he did to them, SAB's told Katie L. A. Like a serial killer, he said hi birdies with a smile and put his hands in the cage and squeezed them and then drop them on the floor violently and started stomping on them. Is being held with a $50,000 bail according to records. So these people they live in what looks like a very nice place in L, a very bizarre that I mean, the Bel Air neighborhood is a That's where Ronald Reagan and Nancy Reagan lived after he left the White House so fancy neighborhood. And dude comes in. The family has private security in the neighborhood. So the guy got in to a gated community. It appears somehow and had this happened in l A well Crime around the country is on the rise. I'm here in Atlanta, Georgia and the mayor of Atlanta has doubled down on the crime spiking. I mean, it's been a massive spike 60 murder increased 60% aggravated assaults and batteries up over the weekend. The I saw the owner of Onward Reserve. The clothing company. One of his interns went back to his nice apartment complex and Buckhead, the Ricci part of North Atlanta, and someone was dead outside his apartment of a shotgun wound. Just it's it's awful. Police are leaving left and right, and there's a new talking point from the left. Try to explain this. The mayor of Atlanta, of course, is blaming the Republicans for opening up their states too early. That literally her argument now is Brian killed. The governor of Georgia is to blame for allowing people out of their houses. But here's what he would listen to this. This is from CNN. I think that there are a lot of police unions and GOP operatives. That would like for us to believe that this recent crime wave has everything to do with this idea of defunding the police, But guess what, Stephanie? The police haven't been defunded. You actually look at the 50 largest cities, law enforcement spending as a share of the general expenditure in each of those cities actually rose slightly from 13.6% to 13.7% and many of the cities that have talked about removing that money like Minneapolis in Seattle. They've actually paused or slowed how they were thinking about Moving that money, So this rising crime is not the fault of the movement. It's actually the fault of the police. And this has been our point all along. Why should we keep funding systems and institutions that keep rendering themselves ineffective? We should be talking about gun control, livable wage, just fair housing, education. That's where we should be moving the money to to ensure truly safe streets, okay? I got to do something here. I I got to replay this and talk over it. Because what you're you're hearing this. This person engaged within this discussion is the three card money Shell game and all these critical theories. People do that. They just switch things around on Let's let's play this again. I think that there are a lot of police unions and GOP operatives that would like for us to believe that this recent crime wave has everything to do with this idea of defunding the police, But it's not just you'll be operatives. It is also the people of the United States. I guess what Stephanie? The police haven't been defunded you except in New York, where they cut over a billion dollars from police funds. And re allocated it. You actually look at the 50 largest cities, law enforcement spending as a share of the general expenditure in each of those cities actually rose slightly from 13.6% of 13.7%. Let's Let's follow. Follow along with me. She didn't say police, she said. Law in force Mint. Law enforcement spending What went up during the covid? Uh they re allocated to social workers and to the school police forces and to the inspectors divisions. So law enforcement spending went up, but not to the police, who keep it straight. Keep things shuttle Street notice the little shift here. This is what this is little game they're playing, she said. Law enforcement and she's right because these are law enforcement activities, but not the police on the street, and she wants you to believe she's talking about the police on the street. But that's not really true. And many of the cities that have talked about removing that money like Minneapolis and Seattle they've actually paused or slowed how they were thinking about moving that money. Paused or slowed, so they may oppose, but they might so they've decreased it. They just slow down the decrease. So this rising crime is not. The fault of the movement is actually the fault of the police. And this has been our point all along, right, right. What? Yeah, Okay. Now let's go to Austin, Texas. In the midst of a crime wave and how the local not the national broken Partisan press, But the local CBS affiliate in Austin, Texas, covers this. Meanwhile, law enforcement in Austin are worried. What happened this past weekend is only a taste of what the rest of the summer could look like. As the City Council begins tackling next year's budget, Police will push forward to reverse course. On a plan to reduce funding. Christian Flores has the details. More crime has been rising in Austin. Greater Austin Crime Commission executive director Kerrie Roberts fears the mass shooting this.

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"kerrie roberts" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

02:02 min | 3 months ago

"kerrie roberts" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"I'm Mark Caesar. This update is brought to you by Texas native Hardwood march. Second teenage boy is now under arrest and charged in connection with the mass shooting. Downtown suspect is a 17 year old and now faces aggravated assault charges. Austin Police Association president can cast says this will be a real test for the new Travis County District attorney Jose Garza. I can tell you that we put aggravated robbers and people to commit aggravated assault in jail almost daily and this D a court system, let him out on PR bonds because they don't feel like since they haven't been convicted yet. They want them to be at home cast. A says the police are doing their part in arresting violent criminals, but says the current court system is failing. John Cooley, NewsRadio Kale BJ. The victims of the weekend shooting may never walk again. Jessica Ramirez was celebrating her 34th birthday when she was shot. Her family says Ramirez does not have health insurance. With budget talks on the horizon. The future of police funding in Austin remains in question. Council members like Greg as our stand by their decision. And to cut staffing and funding from a PD last year. Others say they want a BD fully funded and staffed now, especially following the weekend mass shooting. Kerrie Roberts of the Greater Austin Crime Commission tells CBS Awesome that shooting should serve as a jarring wake up call for the council. It is an opportunity for us to take a sober look at our public safety resources. A total of 18 people were shot over the weekend across multiple shootings. Budget talks will get underway later this summer. Patrick Osborne NewsRadio K will be Chance. Trash and other debris have been cleared away from the Austin City Hall following weeks of people living illegally in camps. Matt Malika with the ending community Homelessness coalition tells cave you He does not know where these folks are gonna go to answer that is trauma inducing for everyone, mostly, and, more importantly, for the folks. You are being asked to get up. Move there. Stop. Seven people were arrested. 804 now at K LBJ. Here's Austin's on Time Traffic.

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"kerrie roberts" Discussed on Inside VOICE

Inside VOICE

08:08 min | 1 year ago

"kerrie roberts" Discussed on Inside VOICE

"Page. Harkness is in charge of partnerships and integrations AL, Qaeda software Australia page talks about the voice landscape in Australia how al Qaeda got started, and how the voice company is helping the community come together through voice. I inside voice podcast listeners. This is your host Kerrie Roberts today my guest is page hartness who is in charge of partnerships and integrations at software. Welcome page. Thanks for being here. Thank you having meat carry now. You worked in the advertising and travel area for a while and now your invoice technology. What got you interested in working within the voice tax base? Actually. It was a serendipitous series of events I was on maternity leave and didn't actually have any plans to go back to work, but I was contacted through a contact that I knew through past employer, and she just needed somebody to go, but of content and a marketing. The venue ticks dot up here in Brisbane so I kind of. A rival the hour's work was flexible and the more I got into it, and the more I learn about the technology, and learned about the voice face most happening I just started getting really passionate and really excited about it and. Hungry just learn more and I started speaking to some of my media contacts and talking to some marketing brands about voice in about how it could be used a mess face, and just kind of grew inside me this passion and ended up taking no more hours. Now I'm working fulltime plus I think it was just my past life merged so well with this technology and the opportunities that communication and the compensation design aspect a little. Orders really fascinating and exciting. Yeah, and you are based in Australia, and it's always interesting to hear how voices kind of used around the world. What would you say is the current usage and perception of technology in Australia from a consumer and a business perspective I moved from consumer perspective Britain Containment Westbank. Did smart speaker adoption employed an Australia last March and that suggested that we head. Head around thirty percent adoption of smart speakers, which is wasn't time faster than our pads in the US and Europe. Like most other technologies quick to adopt, but it's been interesting because we haven't had a lot of proper usage figures come out so over this kind of past Mumbo true, of Covid nineteen with been getting some quite interesting usage stats come out from the broadcasting radio. Companies, so Santa Crossover Stereo who are major radio company here, the waitress and WanNa quit and December. They stated that the head a million listens to the news on demand, smart speaker, so that was a the trees that had been live and match they put add another series of statistics and civic about head of four, hundred, Sixty, eight thousand listens just much, and that also saying a massive spike in the middle on demand listening, and that twenty percent of that was coming bus, not speakers, so it's been amazing in I. Guess Exciting in this bleak time to say. Say. That people are spending more time on this month's Bacon in interacting with boys and I think maybe that's to do with working from home as well because a huge proportion of zero working from home, so having access to in having a little bit more time to experiment, and do you think that businesses are using it equally as much businesses? I think in Australia are traditionally quite conservative when it comes to new technology, so we've seen that innovative, which has been really exciting, but I would say that the majority of businesses have kind of they wanna see. See what they can to the doing, so it has been interesting over the past couple of months to save their is a greater equitize innovation, so we've been a bit busier speaking to new businesses that we haven't spoken to before and also reopening doors that were closed so businesses a really really busy in that run a fe, or that really quiet, and thus struggling, so the businesses who are really busy looking in a bit of ways to help service customers, so that's where invoice cheaper energy zero and you're your company, Acura. We last spoke before has. Has a really interesting beginning. Can you share the story of how the company started? And how it's evolved with the type of work, it does now yes. Oh, cure! Edgeley started off in the inclusion and accessibility space offender Ray guy, sit out on a mission to help blend fringe years the intimate in doing so he he looked at what was company at currently available in the mock, and realized that it was really kind of clunky and difficult two years these screenwriters that read one time on the screen and you push a button to rate each word and. Right decided that he could do something Columbia he's come from. Big Tick background, and so he decided to not only voted a toe that could scrape websites and visualize what was on the screen. He also figured out a way to translate and my accessible using voids, and so that was before Amazon launch here with Alexa exam before Google launched Google assistant so before those technologies were available even in Australia. Had built a voice engine from the ground up so outtake ecstatic it enables people to deeply utilitarian doing things on the Internet using just voice, so when this master his launched in Australia we saw natural virginity to pivot and got to expect and publish it out today's slots biggest that were becoming really popular outmatch Kim, and I'm able to share with us some of the clients. Your company has worked with and how it's their business so. Coming from an accessibility inclusion background the foundation clients that we've had have been largely government and local. Council and we've done some really fun things with them to help make their resources more accessible, but kind of in the voice spice. We've been working with some more. I. Guess You could say consumer facing brands. One of which is our ICQ Hora Big Motorin Club? Club here in Queensland. They provide insurance roadside assistance, those kind of things and the first project to them was just a little fueled oppress Chica at so you can get lives. Fuel prices that are kind of government regulated lives to use smarts. As while you're driving along, you can say with the cheapest fuel in Brisbane and will tell you the fuel new year. That was a fun one to start with the wind now exploring some more kind of date end utilitarian experiences with them, so that's a really neat project. The another Clinton has been quite active at the moment is the State Library of Queensland. And I think that one's interesting from the perspective of a lot of content sitting in the archives search as you can imagine a State Library I've got content going back to the first settlers in Australia, so the website is used a lot of people who had doing things, lack research, papers, or looking for the ancestry or finding resources for project, so whatever it is so I've got amazing content just sitting buried getting dusty these archives, and so we working with into surface that continent and bring it to life. Make it more interactive using points, and you were telling me earlier. That particular skill has gotten a lot of notoriety in Australia a lot, a press a lot. Lot of users. Can you talk about that as well? I think you're referring to the end Zek JAS. Go that way. Just done the them. We did that on Alexa. And also on Google Assistant. It was beautiful because when you consider that at the moment, people carnage late get out of the house and do what I would normally do and just to give the lesson as a bit of background Anzac. Day is the biggest die of remembrance that we have in Australia. New Zealand at the national. Day where we WANNA in commemorate the people.

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"kerrie roberts" Discussed on Voice in Canada

Voice in Canada

02:05 min | 1 year ago

"kerrie roberts" Discussed on Voice in Canada

"The Hair Terry Fisher here and boy. There's a lot of information news that I want to tell you about a number of different events today and let's get right to it. Today's a big day as you know Tomorrow is the start of Oyston but today there's all kinds of promotional live streams that are going on and I just want to tell you about them because if you want to him out of course I encourage you to be part of it. The first one is on the inside voice. Podcast it's hosted by Kerrie Roberts. I've interviewed her before she is hosting. A live streamed podcast today at ten. Am Pacific at one PM Eastern if you search on Youtube for were the inside voice podcast. You'll be able to find that she is interviewing EU. Utility attention. Live and I'll be joining him for a few minutes at the end to talk a little bit about the voice den as well at five o'clock today Pacific so eight o'clock eastern be directly with Ian Utility and we'll be doing a live podcast and this will be going live on the attention. Live Youtube page so att N. Dot live and as well. I will be planning to stream this. Everything goes right with the technology through my own facebook group at alias. In canton you can access that group at alias a Canada dot ca slash community. This is the podcast that's going to be the night. Say the Word Again A. L. E. X. and Canada DOT CA. Podcast tomorrow. And so we're gonNA produce that but we're going to be getting into a lot of the The Voice Dan stop. We're GONNA be talking about Ian is doing with his incredible company. Attention live about live streaming through lexi incredible incredible technology. It's going to be a lot of fun. So a couple of events for you to join. I hope that you will and Hope to speak with you very soon. Okay so tomorrow. Look for the podcast in tomorrow's big days while so stay tuned. Hope you're doing well today and I'll talk to you.

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"kerrie roberts" Discussed on Sound in Marketing

Sound in Marketing

08:21 min | 1 year ago

"kerrie roberts" Discussed on Sound in Marketing

"We had an indication that the voice wasn't Morton to developers. There was a lot of frustration to be quite frank. That Syria was not available. That it was on the devices and it was being used within apple. Apps but developers were really curious. How come apple didn't give them access to the SE K? And AP is so that they could voice enable their applications. Now have apple made that decision. We may not be having this conversation right now. The voice I revolution may have already happened through apple but here we are all these years later and Amazon was the first to the market with a broad appeal consumer device in Amazon Alexa. Now they're digging it out with Google and Samsung bixby's making a case and then there's you know there's a ton of different enterprise solutions now on the market and you know the market is here and it is exciting and I. I guess I'm glad at the end of the day with how it all worked out because Buried a very good position. Relative to the Mark Ericson welcome to the sound and marketing podcast AIDS. Great to be here. Let's just start off with what inside. Voice is and what motive is yes. So I'll start with motive. Motive is my company and it started as a meet up community in two thousand nine I had moved to the DC area from Seattle and Found myself out here with not a big network and But something big technologically. It happened and that is the IPHONE. Had come out. Not only the iphone come out but the ITUNES APP store had opened up and there started to be really a lot of noise in the industry in the tech industry about what this was going to need. I was looking for people to collaborate with in the DC area. And I couldn't find anybody so I started a meet up group and that group is called The Washington iphone Android smartphone developers group and our first meeting had twelve people that came to a pizza shop. It was really cool. There's something that happened at that meet up you know. We sat around a table and developers were sharing information with each other. That was really critical to them. And the next month we met again except we had immediate larger table. I think it was a meeting room and Was About Twenty four people so we doubled in size in one month FLASH FORWARD A COUPLE YEARS. We had you know well over. A thousand members and people were begging me to put on a conference so I put a conference on and that's when I decided to rename the group motive which did for Mobile Development and I put on the mode of conference and it was a three day a developer conference. A few hundred people came. I've managed to EEK out. A little profit came home and told my wife. I said you know what I think. This is our next business. So motive was born as business. It's my vocation to bring people together to develop technology conferences and to really learn the ropes on on building community to monetize that how to create experiences. And it's been an amazing journey so here I am. You know all these years later and I have one of the top voice conferences in the industry. But there's a little bit of back story there so we you know we. I started to understand what was going to happen with voice. When Syria came out in two thousand eleven and our community of mobile developers were incredulous that they could not get access to Siri for their APPS and I remember. We spent an entire. Meet up talking about this and I knew at that time that there was a real demand. For developers to incorporate voice they talked about all the different ways voice would have helped their users use their apps more effectively so in twenty fifteen when Alexa I became republic came out and Beta in two thousand fourteen. I got in touch with Amazon Amazon. It's sponsored many of our events by then and we created a Amazon Alexa Workshop for developers before the very first SDK's Were even available so we started the process of building community way back way back then in twenty seventeen. We went on a ten city tour funded by Amazon teaching about two thousand people how to build their very first Alexis skill. So what happened? Then is we had all this data so we had trained a couple thousand people we boil that data to about ten different persona types and we looked around and there was not a conference to address these various personas so we developed voice launched the conference in two thousand eighteen. We invited all these persona types. And it's why we were successful in launching. You know the top event spaces. We adopt a lot. We'd done all the homework we had the data and we just listened to the data and now here we are in two thousand twenty. Were really excited about what's happened with this community. We find ourselves in a in a really position to get to meet so many people from so many different walks of life and to see this new market sort of evolved before our eyes inside. Voice is our podcast. And that's led by Kerrie Roberts and she has done a fabulous job and we just had our hundred episode of inside out. We push out two episodes a week because it is our belief r. y. At motive. Is We believe that human connection is vital. In the era digital transformation. And that y drives everything we do so pushing out two episodes. A week of a podcast is a way that we can connect people with one another way that we can elevate people in the community and when this way that we can make more and voices be heard so Gina I command you with what you're doing with your podcast and and we certainly love being a part of the podcast cuties. Well well thank you that I mean education. That's why I'm doing what I'm doing because I kind of stumbled on this just for my own research and I was like this is fascinating and this is where it's going. Nobody's talking about it there. There was inside voice. There was the sonic truth. Speaks about it. Twenty Thousand Hertz. Sideways talks about it. But I was just like my goodness. There's so much to to learn so. Yeah I commend you as well. 'cause to a week is very ambitious. So that's all carry and you know the team they do. They do a really good job yes they do. They definitely do so. This is kind of cool because you kind of started this idea before there was something Alexa. Didn't even go Beta until two thousand fourteen. You said Yeah. Yeah so you were there before all of that. My goodness well I think we had we had. We had indication that the voice was important to developers and there was a lot of frustration to be quite frank. That Syria was not available. That it was it was on the devices and it was being used within apple APPs but developers were really curious. How come apple didn't give them access to the UK at a p is so that they could voice enable their applications? Now have apple made that decision. We may not be having this conversation right now. The voice I revolution may have already happened through apple. That's right it would have already happened through apple But here we are all these years later and Amazon you know was the first to the market with a broad appeal consumer device in Amazon Alexa. And now they're doing it out with Google and Samsung bixby's making not making a case and then there's you know there's a ton of different enterprise solutions now on the market and the market is here and it is exciting and I. I guess I'm glad at the end of the day with how it all worked out. Because we're at a very good position relative to to the market so with all that you've seen in helped develop There's a lot of possibilities as you know for Sound Marketing. I haven't even touched the surface of it I haven't even discovered all of it but there's so many different ways to sound market. There's so much technology can you kind of? This is an impossible task. But can you kind of blasts through those? And what do you? What do you see kind of coming in the forefront of ways that you can use sound in marketing? So I think what's happening is is. There is an understanding of what voice really means and the voice market really means because a lot of a lot of it is sound right We take Hughes from our devices. Now that maybe.

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"kerrie roberts" Discussed on Inside VOICE

Inside VOICE

09:43 min | 1 year ago

"kerrie roberts" Discussed on Inside VOICE

"Toolan is a lawyer by day in Turkey but he's also Google developer expert. Listen as he talks about his passion for developing voice skills as well as teaching developers how to do the same why he says translating emotions and feelings is imperative for voice skills how he suggest hosting developer events and what developer should know about creating voice skills high end side. Boys podcast listeners. This is your host Kerrie Roberts. Today my guest is UK's Olim. He's a lawyer and Google developer expert. Welcome you saw. Thank you for being here. Thank you for having me so. I know that you're a lawyer during the day so I'm curious. What got you interested in technology and specifically voice technology enough to pursue this on the side as well. I have been interested in programming or all my life. I have met programming by ten and ever since then I haven't interested in bed. I wanted to build things that many of us that got me into building web applications and then Iran's low school by Jack pursuing it. I always had this interest. Bod Bonding one. Good thing about not thinking about making money from development is that you get to pursue feels that are experimental that other developers might see non-profitable islands. One of those people lucky enough to have the time and the energy to proceed. These deals and none of them was check box. I read an article about chat bots on how Baber the feature of technology interfaces and I was eager to try Giant learn how to build one that got me into API and then it became glow. Got Into Google assistant and how I ended up before a psychology but when I made my first force application it literally spoke to me. I said this is what I WANNA do. This is what I actually looking for. You know ever since I started programming and hooked ever since I heard most hitchens in Bombay I love that. I loved it that passion has been there for so long one of the things you've mentioned before that's important to you is the ability to translate emotions and feelings of voice go from one language to another. Why is it something that needs to be thought about? And how do you suggest it be done? This is something I always but might ultimately shops because I actually talked to a group that is probably going to translate once chiller experienced. Run up there so this is really important to talk about. I've actually talked about this in another interview languages. Have you know small nuances? That can change. The entire experience was or changed the meaning so we need to think about these bad translating inexperienced. Because sometimes I translate inaction or experience or conversation and I think the centers. It's dramatic incorrect of that sad puppies. That's not how we say it. We should think about rewriting a novel. And you're trying impress the reader we should think about the person or the user is going to feel when they drafted this user experience. So it's really important or developers from station designers to take into account what's appropriate to say while language or some of the little idioms or maybe Faysal orbs. Y'All should really think about the conversational nuances before. Translating is skill or voice experience as really important. I'd actually off the boss Harry Potter on this subject before I'm GonNa do again airport Translation is one of the best translations. In my opinion I read in both languages and I'm really happy that I read it in Turkish because translators took the time so make the spells or made up. came up with sound like Turkish. They translated That makes sense both as Orban told towards usually they are and in a way that sound structure. That is a medically glocer. What I'm used to hearing it was really important for me as a child with a bellevue. things that sound but sounds like us and uses the voice of US bench Experience we should take into account and no of do our research before using Google translate or any other atomic transition dollars. That is a great point and I love to hear that Harry Potter translated so well. I'm sure that's a really interesting to read into different languages. It is. Yeah now you have done a lot of experience in organizing in mentoring workshops and hack Athans about actions on Google and evacuate done over thirty four events in two countries eighteen cities and that was just for two thousand nineteen. What got you started in hosting these events. And how do you usually run them? Walk me started is actually a GDP do not Jewish community is right. There will developer communities on the world and I was a part of Gijon Kara and at that point I was only the developing chat bots with API or other Alex Lowe with the names but stable like trying to host a Google Assistant Event. Just didn't have anyone to talk about. Who LOSES THEM OR D platform? So I checked out the platform and soul of that. I read the new technology behind it and I told them I could do this. Dan I did and they really liked it and they shared that I knew the stop other Jewish communities some of them called me and then after I realized people want to hear what I say. I applied a couple events and one another. I started doing this and I really liked the fact that finally I could give back to the community that has been giving to me our show long because I have learned a lot from developer my past and I really like the idea of being able to share my knowledge at passionate so this is what started however actually run them right now it depends on which event. I'm running if I'm running the workshop. I tried to keep the number of attendees in twenty to forty because after forty really yes crowded and I can't answer every question and I may miss some errors or others abuts between these numbers. It's really productive and I tried to start with talk immediate talk of because even though of you're doing a workshop people still need learn about voice. Revolution the actually able to appreciate the workshop itself vice stocked with mental. I talk about the whole human to machines reactions changing and then ice. Some statistics for people like numbers. I show them how the industry is growing and Ben actually talk about how many Turkish actions are there and why is such a big deal. Torreon developers to a field and get used to it or get good at it because afterwards start the workshop. I have a sector right now. I usually with one action. That can take one input and Ben repeated and then you take a step. Further in the next art buyer. Easy Take that. Inputs and do something programmatic in the fulfillment and afterwards they all try on their devices. That are it's android are and they're to go. That's the workshops that I hold for beginners and if I'm running more invest like for example with Jimmy did programming skills. I usually go one step forward and have visual opponents. Shown to them how you'd slide cards. Why you should can use our cells and such and such but sometimes we hold these special events very take the whole day and start with. Diallo Design Conversation Design To The programing part. So it really depends on what kind of man running. It's usually focused on getting the developers started. Because it's such a new field in my talks. I like to focus on many different voice expenses that you can bill not just. The voice skills are voice actions on the Google about smart home actions or other experiences that they can build in talks. I chunk of folks a number in workshops. I usually focused on the programming side or actress on Google. Well I mean if you're saying you do up to forty people and you've done thirty four bands that puts you at almost fourteen hundred people that you have influenced and taught an educated. I WANNA I congratulate you because that's a really big deal in the effort that you're putting in not only four google for Google assistant and voice but in your local community and I think that's something we don't talk about enough so I want to congratulate you because that's huge and I think it's the influence your having is tremendous in. It will be exciting to see how many people get involved in learn just from the effort in the education that you are putting out thank you. That's really nice now. Do you have any suggestions for those that are looking to run a voice? Technology workshop or hacker thon event for developers in their area. If they're listening to you and they're like oh I'd love to do that. What would be a suggestion for them to start? As I said I start always with a minute. Thal in the beginning workshops. I definitely recommend because we can teach programming all day long. Even if it's on these are older developers we.

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"kerrie roberts" Discussed on Alexa in Canada

Alexa in Canada

15:00 min | 1 year ago

"kerrie roberts" Discussed on Alexa in Canada

"I've got some incredible incredible speakers lined up. It's going to be starting at two o'clock eastern time and if you want to register for that encourage you to join us. I think it'll be a lot of fun. But also. Very informative very timely. You can go to voice. I health dot com slash live. And that's how you register okay. Now let's turn to today's PODCAST as I mentioned I. This is a podcast where I was interviewed by Kerrie Roberts she is the host of the inside voice podcast. She is a fantastic host and I was very privileged very honored to be interviewed on her show. She of course was very gracious in allowing me to share this podcast episode with you northern voice and so. I'm really excited to share it with you. We talk about a whole host of different topics we get into re things. Gamified flash briefing. We talk about sonic branding. We talk about healthcare and voice applications. We cover a wide gamut of different things and so Anyway without any further ADO. I'm really excited to share this episode of the inside voice. Podcast with you northern here. It is Dr Terry Fischer is a doctor by day. All things audio the rest of the time. He talks about being named in Amazon Alexa champion. How he's been able to market his flash briefing with games. Why Gary Banner Chalk has had such an influence on him why healthcare invoices so important and why he thinks will be able to handle our own. Healthcare at home quite soon heightened sideways podcast listeners. This is your host Carrie Roberts and today I have on the wonderful. Dr Carrie Fisher. Welcome Sherry Hi. There carries so nice to be here so we each had recently at project voice and it was lovely to meet you in person. So I'm excited to have you on. Harrigan Wonderful Yeah. It was very nice to meet you person as well. It's it's so much fun when you go to these conferences and even interacting with these people online and then you actually get to see a real person behind it so it was because yes you do and I wanNA start off by talking about. You're just named Alexa champion by.

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Keri Roberts - Takeaways from 100+ Voice Technology Podcast Interviews

Future Ear Radio

09:31 min | 1 year ago

Keri Roberts - Takeaways from 100+ Voice Technology Podcast Interviews

"So we're joined here today by Kerrie Roberts Caritas a little bit about who you are and what you do thank you dave. I'm so excited to be here so I like to say that I am a brand. I'm a marketer and I'm a community builder So I work for myself and a company called Brandon connection and one of my main clients is voice summit so I help them with their podcasting strategy as well as lead their marketing for their big event. That'll be in October. That's awesome so I've gotten to know Carey. She actually brought me on the inside voice. Podcast that's Sort of like where. Our relationship started and I just think that it's so cool. Because outside of this podcast that she does she has her own podcast. And then I know that she's the host of another podcast. So podcasting is sort of in her life blood and I think that I've learned a lot personally from her. Just the way that she goes about it in post production in the way. That she disseminates podcast. She doesn't really like thoughtful in a meaningful way. And I think that it's incredibly It's a it's a really good way. I think to to build a network and help to connect that network. I know that's kind of a big theme for you and so I'm curious like You know I wanted to bring you on to talk about your experience on the inside voice. Podcast go through some of the different episodes that you've done in the different guests that you've had but like as you've gotten immersed into this world with like so many of us kind of have In you've done it as like being this conduit of Understanding like who people are different. Facets you've actually probably gotten a really wide education you know into the whole voice landscapes on curious like from this first year or so that you've really started to get involved into the space would have been some of your like macro takeaways You know in in things that you've learned since doing this. Yeah well again. Thank you for the kind words I appreciate it. I've been personally podcasting for a little over five years. And I took over the inside voice podcast and leading their strategy and hosting and kind of running it as their form of content marketing and one of the things that Pete Erickson the owner of waste summit that he and I share. Is this love for connection and community and to really showcase the diverse community that we have in voice technology and when I say diverse that means not only male female Or whatever gender you identify as Lgbtq Q Different races different backgrounds but also different elements within voice. So you know it's not just developers or CEO's it's linguists. It's audio engineers. It's voice artists It's startups it's conversational designers. And so my job is to really make sure that we're hitting the gamut as best as possible And I think we're doing that. I think we're doing that. Not only in the podcast that the events that we host And so for me. I personally love hearing what people are passionate about. What makes them great for every episode? I really tried to highlight them as a person first and foremost And then the work that they do within voice and so. I think you know one of the things that I've noticed kind of overdoing that podcast for the last year or so Is that you know first of all. There's so many people involved in voice and that it's important for us to learn the different things that they're doing And so within that also comes the importance of inclusivity with invoice. You know talking to people and saying okay election. Google tend to be a female voice when not everybody wants to hear that or identifies with that or feels comfortable with that You know when you're creating conversations are you including people in how they speak within their culture within their language translation is not always direct word for word. It's also the vernacular and how do we interact with people Are you including people who have disabilities? Who HAVE SPEECH IMPEDIMENTS? You know that I think really thinking about voice in a broader term And really the big question is how do we include the whole world and make them feel leg? They matter and that they can interact with voice. on a global scale. And that's that's not an easy answer but it's great to see that people are doing their due diligence to work on that and I think that's probably the biggest takeaway from the voice standpoint When we're looking at the other side from the consumer standpoint The challenge there is security and this is something I think people have heard about for a long time Of course people talk about well You know your mobile phones already have enough information on you. Are you worrying about Voice But you know there is concern when you're asking people to use their voice for passwords You know how easy is it for somebody to hack into something to take your important information? Your data your privacy and there is a very high level of concern from a consumer standpoint of. How are the big companies doing this? How are Amazon Google and Samsung Keeping the data protected but also every single person. That's doing voice if you are a startup or you own an agency or you're doing it on your own you know how are you proving to your clients and consumers that you're keeping their data and their information safe and it won't get hacked into. Yeah you've touched on a lot of different things there. I think first and foremost it's it's really cool that Because that is something that I've noticed about your podcast is. It's really really diverse and it's just like you said it's not necessarily like just the people but it's also their backgrounds in their interest. Because I think that one of the biggest takeaways that I had when I went to these different shows like I went to the Alexa conference which is now project voice and then I went to voice. Summit Was just a wide variety of different people. Like kind of coming into the space for different things just like you said like people with a linguist background developers designers. So I think it's so cool that it is like this melting pot and I think that the most insightful I think findings that people have come across. Have been when you have like this. Crossover like you have. People that are applying everything that they know in the linguistics world. And then you have the conversational designers that are coming in and when they're all starting to fuse their knowledge together. I think that's where some of the most interesting thing has come about. And you know going off of the point that you made around security and privacy. I think it's really important that this is something. That is a really centric to the whole conversation. Right now I think it's top of mind that a lot of people are realizing that like I think a lot of the people that are attending. These kind of conferences are They share the same sentiments. You know they are concerned about Where's the state of going? What is this data going to be used for? Are we comfortable with sharing the level of this data like I still go back to a the first Alexa conference that I went to where Brian Rahmani was speaking? And my big thing that I kept coming back to like. He kept saying that will need to have these like really deep relationships with voice assistance in order for them to be more impactful So therefore they're going to need a like a deeper level contextual understanding about the user but I feel like that's that runs counter to trust and security so like I'm only going to be able to. I'm only going to be comfortable with sharing the sensitive information that would make my voice assistant In even better assistant if I if I trust all of that so I totally agree with you that I think those are really critical pieces like as the formative period of time while technologies being built so I wanted to Because you've done so many podcasts. In you've brought on so many awesome guests. I thought that what would be kind of fun to do. While you're on here is to go through some of the different episodes that you've done In just go guest by guest in just have you share like either a key takeaway something you learned from that person or just something that you really enjoyed about that person in the conversation are you. Of course I would love to do that. Okay so I know that you shared today on on linked in or twitter. I saw it somewhere about the media people and so. I've had a chance to meet Claire Mitchell and Patrick. So let's start with Patrick. I know that you've done an episode with him. Patrick Gibbons GimMe something from that episode. Yeah I think you know I just WANNA say Intermedia. A lot of people got into voice because of Gary Chalk myself included the sub. Where I I heard about it. And there's so much hype about Gary and he's an amazing person but I think we really want to that. The people on his team are equally as amazing an equally as passionate And Patrick Really he's excited about stuff on the go here bowls a lot of the space that your in specifically And he also Kinda came from an artistic background and I love that he is willing to kind of reach out and say. Hey if you guys have questions like let's collaborate. Let's interact and so it's not just about okay. We're Bainer media and we're going to do our own thing it's like. We WANNA work with everybody and so I love that he kind of mixes his artistic background his ability to connect with others and then his personal passion within boys about how. It's going to be so much more on the go how we're going to be using curable and what that's going to look like

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"kerrie roberts" Discussed on Inside VOICE

Inside VOICE

10:16 min | 1 year ago

"kerrie roberts" Discussed on Inside VOICE

"Did you know that Amazon has created Alexa for business or Amazon's relationship with healthcare coachman are seeing the CEO Digital Authority partners talks about what Alexa for business is how to use it? Why Amazon Alexa is being used? So much in the healthcare space current skills and use cases in the healthcare space. Why he got into voice and his predictions for Google assistant and Amazon Alexa in the future. I inside boys podcast listeners. This is your co host Kerrie Roberts. Today my guest is code are seen the CEO of Digital Authority partners and the CEO of healthcare. Weekly welcome coaching. Thanks for being here so much for inviting me on August today so I had reached out to you a little while ago because I found this great article that you had gone on Amazon Alexa for business and in it you really broke down. What Amazon has already created for businesses? That anyone can use to be honest. I personally did not know that they had all of those already so I would love for you to talk about what and how businesses can use Alexa internally or at their place of work and then how they can get some specialty skills as well absolutely not surprising that you haven't heard about Alexa for business. Unfortunately Amazon rolled it out. I like a better test where developers were invited to really create skills for the platform and even if Elektra business becoming more and more popular. It is something that Amazon is necessarily pushing very heavily. Amazon for businesses not new concepts if your listeners worked for large enterprises they're familiar with civic mobile application which are only installed on their work devices work smartphones. Alexa for businesses basically the theme but it relates to a specific Alexis skill. So how it works is quite simple. Any business out there in the world and basically just apply online. Open an account with Amazon for Business Division. And you would be allowed to create your own business skill. That will be deployed at the location of your choosing. These are skills will not be discoverable. And let's go to the APP store for like skill. They'll just be yours in the sense of your company and the way it works. Basically you're paying a license to Amazon. Usually around seven dollars per month per device in order to operate the civic skilled but the price actually goes down depending on how many users up. There's definitely room for negotiation. Now this is kind of the tactical side of Alexa for business. So I want to talk a little bit about the business side and Alexa as everybody knows at. Its core the chat by right and an chart buds for the longest time. Getting you know beating in the media for people who are using them the amount of times I've seen the articles that they know Alexis dumb like I lost track of it and in many ways this is both a failure of imagination which is business executives. Do not think creatively when it comes to Amazon can do for their business but also as a what I call. A product management failure behind any successful digital projects have a product manager who was in charge of the vision the execution the business rules in place so every time you see a chat by that is dumb or Alexa kind of stumbling and not be able to understand your request because the product manager behind that specific skill has not accounted your specific scenario. And that's why shutoff could've done I've done right. And if you WANNA use the word dom dom is that whoever is responsible for building that has not either accounted for a scenario or doesn't have the right analytics tools in place for when you use the a specific request for them to tweet algorithm and the scenarios to account for what you're looking for now when it comes down to the business side. Alexa for business has tremendous potential across the board. And we already seeing this. With a variety of companies that have developed Alexa for business skills which they're reselling on the open market so there's video conferencing lexus skills where Alexis capable of starting of video conference with a symbol of voice command. Their skills that how businesses streamlined daily tasks were electric. Use to let's say help. Employees improve productivity by automating organizing specific daily path. Alexa or business has skills for email organization. Where believe there are non? Amazon Echo can manage your office visits if five or g mail read. Reply an organized. According to your preferences you can schedule different conferences simply by using Alexa devices in your office. One of the project. We've Work on recently Was actually an Alexa skill for doctors to be able to take notes and for those those to be able to be pushed into the ER holistically Alexi for business. The bottom line at is a platform builds to help businesses improve productivity and completing pass quickly inefficiency. Yeah and like you said I mean this is available now Amazon through. Aws If you look up Alexa for business these are things that are already set up for you That you can implement in your workplace which I think is incredible. You had also written another great article online. I mean you really do your research and you talked about Alexa in healthcare. I'd love for you to take us through the journey of Amazon getting more involved in the healthcare space for those that maybe don't know the history especially over the last few years absolutely if you're to think holistically we're kind of historically bowed. Amazon's for into how care it actually started more or less with the AWS expansion Which is it's the most profitable side of the business very secure storage and application development platform. Which out your companies in particular desperately need amount of regulation in the House. Your space is tremendous and there's a bunch of security frameworks like high trust or hip compliance and the fight of the business has always been compliant because this is where the big money is in healthcare out here in the United States is both the biggest cost but also the biggest employer and one of those heavily regulated industries in the world. If not the most regulated for Amazon's GonNa Sneak in if you will with. Aws SOLUTIONS BUT OVER TIME. Amazon started really investing way beyond just having the support role behind the scene and moved towards fears of acquisition. That are very important for Amazon to go into the fifty s but actually the biggest priority when it comes to how it has nothing to do with it has to do with the consumer base. They purchased a few companies that provide dental services. Basically new ten order your prescription fulfillment line and Amazon will deliver it to you They've recently but recently mean say earlier lost year they filed a patent actually for Alexa. And it's a healthier pattern where Alexa can actually reach. An is where we have the symptoms of flu or a cold and can proactively basically telling you and of course the overall vision is that of an interconnected home with the house component. Amazon dream is for when you're walking around the house you coughing you have a Cold Alexa tells you by the way. I think you have a cold. You have all these symptoms. Should I basically send you IBUPROFEN or any other call medicine and that can be done just by talking to Alexa where Alexa becomes as for active artificial intelligence? That helps you understand quicker that you have a disease. And then then it's able to fill the pharmacist. Component Ole in the comfort of your home. And that's GONNA solicitously Amazon's vision and I wanted to talk about it from the Amazon point of view. Because there's another very important component that we should discuss which is our businesses we'd be though houser startup or hospitals or device manufacturers or the Pharma companies or even a Pharma trial companies starting to Leverage Alexa. Because they are. They're leveraging Alexa Day to day basis and most people have no idea that happening and they're leveraging Alexa ways are very smart and very active and also in ways that holistically can reviews the cost of healthier and also improve the quality of patient care and the United States. So there's a lot of different use cases than are actually currently being leveraged. I can also talk about a couple of them that we as an agency are currently working on a solution. Well let's talk first about the what what's out there right now. So for example right now if you have diabetes there multiple Alexis skill that enabled you as a patient to manage your condition effectively. Some of the very exciting Alexi Skills Right now or a leverage in the senior care space. And there's a lot of senior living facilities that have deployed Alexa skills. Which out the elderly with taking medication. But also they helped patient and nurses keep track of the medication being administered to a specific patient. Right now the best and most exciting projects that we've worked on as an agency acid you with managing block pressure with the help of an election skill and it's Omron how dare they have released a smart. Fda.

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"kerrie roberts" Discussed on Alexa in Canada

Alexa in Canada

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"kerrie roberts" Discussed on Alexa in Canada

"Hey there hello and welcome to episode one. Fourteen of the PODCAST. I'm really excited about today's podcast. This is one of those ones that I was able to record while on location at project voice earlier this year actually in January of twenty twenty and I had the opportunity to sit down and actually Interview and be interviewed by Kerrie Roberts who is the host of the inside voice podcast and they feature people doing all kinds of incredible things throughout the voice industry. Now that podcast is the main content that is produced by voice summit. And if you don't always summit voice. Summit is the biggest voice a conference that is put on now on annual basis. This year's event is going to be in Washington. Dc and carried as an incredible job really helping to build that community And of course this is under the leadership of Erickson who is the CEO and founder of motive. Which is the company that puts on Voice Summit and in this podcast episode Carrying I speak about some of the things that she has observed conducting all of her interviews. That she does for her podcast and we talk a little bit about the creatives and how that really seems to be a running theme in the voice space of course talk about voice summit and overall we have a lot of fun. You'll hear just from the opening words that carry says you can hear the amount of passion and excitement and enthusiasm that she brings to her podcast and I love that about her so we have some fun. We have some laughs. I hope you enjoy this..

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"kerrie roberts" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

11:11 min | 1 year ago

"kerrie roberts" Discussed on No Agenda

"Any classes had to stop. They had to stop teaching. The class had to stop because they couldn't do anything. They could not log in look at assignments. Even look at the curriculum. I guess and people were trying to do term papers. Here's a hint for you. Stop that Ah just use note pad for all I care anything you rely on this. You're GONNA get burned and this is just once it's going to be. It's going to happen more and more and more which brings us to a note from Mike Producer Mike which is similar situation which is another thing that we warn against cash Asha emergency and most of BC happened. You know there's a huge flood going on a five dollar. Canada fiber optic line has been severed due to a washout of the rail line near Spas them places. We have people there. We have spas mors might be global warming coming or it could be winter weather in Canada. How about Russia or Russia Putin Putin beiber optic line parallels rail lines in most most of Canada pandemonium ensues as people have no money and no access to cash happily and no agenda producers always prepared? Thanks thanks Boise. I love hearing that. I love that. That's right you're AT&T ATM's work. That's right you got no cash becomes a little difficult certain point you're going to be hungry urging choice del work. This story came a desperate to talk to to talk about this one. Although it's only part of the story about the Ring Doorbell Engineer coin from wing to be shut down immediately. He says citing privacy concerns. The engineer published a post on medium saying quote the privacy issues are not fixable with regulation and there is no balance that can be struck. Ring should be shut down immediately now. By the way I found this report interesting thing is why pulled this one from the original money honey. Maria Barreda Romo. This is on Fox business news. This was not a post on medium. It was a comment in on a whole different post. It was a very short. You know like one paragraph saying exactly what she recited but she kind of makes it out to sound like it's it should be because it is a big deal but it was interesting that she pulled this out. I don't know if that was a stock manipulation thing or kind of you know hyping it up up a little bit for the market. Who loves to hear news about Amazon but factually it was not a post on Amazon on medium? It was a an anonymous comments. Tom Brought back. This is of course the company that you could somebody rings your doorbell and you can deal with it from your phone but it has opened the can of worms arms on privacy. Where is this video going? Are they giving the ring video. Co. shows up your door to local police and others. I mean this. There's a few the privacy issues here and there's a lot of complicated issues here. I mean one of the issues. Of course we've seen people taking hackers getting access. The People's accounts and part of that is the person themselves has to be responsible use difficult password. Don't make it easy to guess. But you're right we have to know what are the what do they have deals with law enforcement. What are they going to do? If if law enforcement requests that and we've we've seen those issues already with phones. So there's some precedent precedent for what they might do if somebody shows up at your door and that person is questionable from the local polices standpoint. And how does that implicate you it just it just opens the door to all these questions about who shows up at your doorstep Blah Blah Blah Blah Blah. Shut up what is more egregious about the ring doorbell system as reported and of course this was this didn't get any traction because of impeachment and Orangemen bad everything The Electronic Frontier Frontier Foundation. Who get a lot of money from Google to stay alive? But I do like what they do in general They didn't investigation of the the APP. That comes with the Ring Doorbell which you manage your entire system and guess what. It's packed with on reading from their report. Packed with third-party tracker sending out a plethora of customers personally identifiable information four main analytics and marketing companies were discovered to be receiving information such as names private. Ip Addresses Mobile Network carriers persistent identifier sensor data on the devices. And by the way you're paying paying customer and they're still selling your ass to other third party marketers and as the F. F. correctly points out the danger injuring sending even small bits of information that analytics and tracking companies are able to combine these bits together to form a unique picture of the user's device and in their life. Turn that stuff off and it's despicable that Amazon. You pay for this. It's just like skype. If I look at skype right now I pay for skype. I got an ad at the bottom of skype now and I pay I pay for the service in the problem. Problem is there's so many a lot of these applications like you're listening to the Amazon show and tell the The Alexa show and tell we're can identify the product. These are very these fantastic developments. I I wish I could use them. I love having the ability to use voice to have things turn on and off. And it's it's handy for many things but because of the business model you've rendered it useless for people have a brain. It's too bad. Had A lot of the stuff is really cool technology and I like it but no you cannot use it because this and this is I mean if people actually. We knew this that what Amazon is doing. They they probably think twice. And you're putting these things in your kid's bedroom anyway. Live the Otiji lifestyle. Everybody give give your kid a new a megaphone or something if he needs some Doan G. O.. T. G. it's very OJI Otiji. Exactly that's all. I got doc for that for this segment for now. Okay main things just need to get those out otherwise they pass by and no talks about it and then Oh yeah no actually I do have an housed housed clip. Very proud of what's going on in Austin. You'll recall that the governor of Texas Abbott got into into a a twitter war. A tweet up with the mayor of Austin was his name again anyway. The Adler about the you know the the house. 'cause I'm not going to say they're poor homeless people there griffin as many of them that aggressive window Washer squeegee dudes. It's not just people who don't have a house or a home in fact Abbott repurpose a lot. Not far from we. We are in Southeast Austin. I have not now. I'm going to go again and try and find that it couldn't find it the first time which would be for the house to go and that something magical has happened. They've started to build a little community. This once mostly Empty Lot in East Austin has become home to more than one hundred people without another place to go. We'll give everybody a chance. We don't judge you your history that you have cats once referred to as camp at it because the governor opened the state on land the to the homeless population people here are now calling it something else cam. Frat responsible adult tradition town or the homeless run by the as like every town camp rat now has its own list of leaders while we have donations and volunteer recruiters. We have a maintenance engine L. Labor recruiters. We have the web designer. We have the web the media outreach. We have security. And then we have a charter. Worksites donation Kerrie Roberts. The secretary schedules town meetings each week. The seven person committee nominated by those at the camp has held two of those so far. It's important because we actually have a voice. We actually have a hand that we are actually putting forth to actually make our lives a little bit better. Changing the perception of the homeless community is important to those living at the camp because we wanted to show people that were not just criminals drug addicts slobs off the street that we actually just anybody else's comedic we just about how right now. The committee is focused on finding food donations. So they don't always have to rely on provided maris providing hot showers instead instead of the makeshift stalls and water hose. They're currently using organizing events to help out others in the Greater Austin community and maybe most importantly giving newcomers a point of contact so they don't feel alone w lead Martha laws leave you alone for being under a bridge come out here it's safe. There's not really early anybody here. We're all family count. I really liked this development and I'm going to go over that I'm going to bring food this. This is this shows that they can work when you allow people to build be a part of a community and build a community. Give them some basic blocks to do that. That which is literally all they got and saw there are some protection. I think they do have Police you know making sure that things will get out of hand but they're creating their own community and I think this is great and Avella get started in Brazil. I'm not saying we won't have that but at least it's a community and they're trying to do something else than you know we got to tens of millions of dollars being spent on bullcrap. The does does nothing. Give the tens of millions of dollars in direct payments to these guys that would probably help possibly but That is not everybody in that group. Five thousand bucks each table. That's how it works should reparations. Lindsay said reparations for being homeless sorry affiliates. If you're waiting we're way over but time flies when you're having fun and talking about Harvey's privates coming up next on NO AGENDA STREAM DOT com random thoughts about the bezos hack. Stay tuned for that the agenda Stream Dot com and I have A lot of Kung Fu mixes end of show We need to thank net. Jeffrey Johnny Benson and Dustin Jones and we return on Thursday with another thrilling edition of the no agenda. Show the best podcast in universe until then everybody remembers at divorce dot org slash enemy. In the morning I am curried and Ed from northern Silicon Valley where the season a wind storm.

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"kerrie roberts" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

11:11 min | 1 year ago

"kerrie roberts" Discussed on No Agenda

"Any classes had to stop. They had to stop teaching. The class had to stop because they couldn't do anything. They could not log in look at assignments. Even look at the curriculum. I guess and people were trying to do term papers. Here's a hint for you. Stop that Ah just use note pad for all I care anything you rely on this. You're GONNA get burned and this is just once it's going to be. It's going to happen more and more and more which brings us to a note from Mike Producer Mike which is similar situation which is another thing that we warn against cash Asha emergency and most of BC happened. You know there's a huge flood going on a five dollar. Canada fiber optic line has been severed due to a washout of the rail line near Spas them places. We have people there. We have spas mors might be global warming coming or it could be winter weather in Canada. How about Russia or Russia Putin Putin beiber optic line parallels rail lines in most most of Canada pandemonium ensues as people have no money and no access to cash happily and no agenda producers always prepared? Thanks thanks Boise. I love hearing that. I love that. That's right you're AT&T ATM's work. That's right you got no cash becomes a little difficult certain point you're going to be hungry urging choice del work. This story came a desperate to talk to to talk about this one. Although it's only part of the story about the Ring Doorbell engineer coin from wing to be shut down immediately. He says citing privacy concerns. The engineer published a post on medium saying quote the privacy issues are not fixable with regulation and there is no balance that can be struck. Ring should be shut down immediately now. By the way I found this report interesting thing is why pulled this one from the original money honey. Maria Barreda Romo. This is on Fox business news. This was not a post on medium. It was a comment in on a whole different post. It was a very short one paragraph saying exactly what she recited but she kind of makes it out to sound like it's it should be because it is a big deal but it was interesting that she pulled this out. I don't know if that was a stock manipulation thing or kind of you know hyping it up up a little bit for the market. Who loves to hear news about Amazon but factually it was not a post on Amazon on medium? It was a an anonymous comments. Tom Brought back. This is of course the company that you could somebody rings your doorbell and you can deal with it from your phone but it has opened the can of worms arms on privacy. Where is this video going? Are they giving the ring video. Co. shows up your door to local police and others. I mean this. There's a few the privacy issues here and there's a lot of complicated issues here. I mean one of the issues. Of course we've seen people taking hackers getting access. The People's accounts and part of that is the person themselves has to be responsible use difficult password. Don't make it easy to guess. But you're right we have to know what are the what do they have deals with law enforcement. What are they going to do? If if law enforcement requests that and we've we've seen those issues already with phones. So there's some precedent precedent for what they might do if somebody shows up at your door and that person is questionable from the local polices standpoint. And how does that implicate you it just it just opens the door to all these questions about who shows up at your doorstep Blah Blah Blah Blah Blah. Shut up what is more egregious about the ring doorbell system system as reported and of course this was this didn't get any traction because of impeachment and Orangemen bad everything The Electronic Frontier Frontier Foundation. Who get a lot of money from Google to stay alive? But I do like what they do in general They didn't investigation of the the APP. That comes with the Ring Doorbell which you manage your entire system and guess what. It's packed with on reading from their report. Packed with third-party tracker sending out a plethora of customers personally identifiable information four main analytics and marketing companies were discovered to be receiving information such as names private. Ip Addresses Mobile Network carriers persistent identifier sensor data on the devices. And by the way you're paying paying customer and they're still selling your ass to other third party marketers and as the F. F. correctly points out the danger injuring sending even small bits of information that analytics and tracking companies are able to combine these bits together to form a unique picture of the user's device and in their life. Turn that stuff off and it's despicable that Amazon. You pay for this. It's just like skype. If I look at skype right now I pay for skype. I got an ad at the bottom of skype now and I pay I pay for the service in the problem. Problem is there's so many a lot of these applications like you're listening to the Amazon show and tell the The Alexa show and tell we're can identify the product. These are very these fantastic developments. I I wish I could use them. I love having the ability to use voice to have things turn on and off. And it's it's handy for many things but because of the business model you've rendered it useless for people have a brain. It's too bad. Had A lot of the stuff is really cool technology and I like it but no you cannot use it because this and this is I mean if people actually. We knew this that what Amazon is doing. They they probably think twice. And you're putting these things in your kid's bedroom anyway. Live the Otiji lifestyle. Everybody give give your kid a new a megaphone or something if he needs some Doan G. O.. T. G. it's very OJI Otiji. Exactly that's all. I got doc for that for this segment for now. Okay main things just need to get those out otherwise they pass by and no talks about it and then Oh yeah no actually I do have an une housed housed clip very proud of. What's going on in Austin? You'll recall that the governor of Texas Abbott got into into a a twitter war. A tweet up with the mayor of Austin was his name again. Anyway the Adler about the you know the the house. 'cause I'm not going to say they're poor homeless people there griffin as many of them that aggressive window Washer squeegee dudes. It's not just people who don't have a house or a home in fact Abbott repurpose a lot. Not far from we. We are in Southeast Austin. I have not now. I'm going to go again and try and find that it couldn't find it the first time which would be for the house to go and that something magical has happened. They've started to build a little community. This once mostly Empty Lot in East Austin has become home to more than one hundred people without another place to go. We'll give everybody a chance. We don't judge you that you have cats once referred to as camp at it because the governor opened the state on land the to the homeless population people here are now calling it something else. Cam Frat responsible adult tradition town or the homeless run by the unlike every town camp rat now has its own list of leaders while we have donations and volunteer recruiters. We have a maintenance engine L. Labor recruiters. We have the web designer. We have the web the media outreach. We have security. And then we have a charter. Worksites donation Kerrie Roberts. The secretary schedules town meetings each week. The seven person committee nominated by those at the camp has held two of those so far. It's important because we actually have a voice. We actually have a hand that we are actually putting forth to actually make our lives a little bit better. Changing the perception of the homeless community is important to those living at the camp because we wanted to show people that were not just criminals drug addicts slobs off the street that we actually just anybody else's comedic we just about how right now. The committee is focused on finding food donations. So they don't always have to rely on provided maris providing hot showers instead instead of the makeshift stalls and water hose. They're currently using organizing events to help out others in the Greater Austin community and maybe most importantly giving newcomers a point of contact so they don't feel alone w lead Martha laws leave you alone for being under a bridge come out here it's safe. There's not really early anybody here. We're all family count. I really liked this development and I'm going to go over that I'm going to bring food this. This is this shows that they can work when you allow people to build be a part of a community and build a community. Give them some basic blocks to do that. That which is literally all they got and saw there are some protection. I think they do have Police you know making sure that things will get out of hand but they're creating their own community and I think this is great and Avella get started in Brazil. I'm not saying we won't have that but at least it's a community and they're trying to do something else other than you know. We got the two tens of millions of dollars being spent on bullcrap. The does does nothing. Give the tens of millions of dollars in direct payments to these guys that would probably help possibly but That is not everybody in that group. Five thousand bucks each table. That's how it works should reparations. Lindsay said reparations for being homeless sorry affiliates. If you're waiting we're way over but time flies when you're having fun and talking about Harvey's privates coming up next on NO AGENDA STREAM DOT com random thoughts about the bees attack stay tuned for that the agenda Stream Dot com and I have A lot of Kung Fu mixes end of show We need to thank net. Jeffrey Johnny Benson and Dustin Jones and we return on Thursday with another thrilling edition of the no agenda. Show the best podcast in universe until then everybody remembers at divorce dot org slash enemy. In the morning I am curried and Ed from northern Silicon Valley where the season a wind storm.

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"kerrie roberts" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

11:11 min | 1 year ago

"kerrie roberts" Discussed on No Agenda

"Any classes had to stop. They had to stop teaching. The class had to stop because they couldn't do anything. They could not log in look at assignments. Even look at the curriculum. I guess and people were trying to do term papers. Here's a hint for you. Stop that Ah just use note pad for all I care anything you rely on this. You're GONNA get burned and this is just once it's going to be. It's going to happen more and more and more which brings us to a note from Mike Producer Mike which is similar situation which is another thing that we warn against cash Asha emergency and most of BC happened. You know there's a huge flood going on a five dollar. Canada fiber optic line has been severed due to a washout of the rail line near Spas them places. We have people there. We have spas mors might be global warming coming or it could be winter weather in Canada. How about Russia or Russia Putin Putin beiber optic line parallels rail lines in most most of Canada pandemonium ensues as people have no money and no access to cash happily and no agenda producers always prepared? Thanks thanks Boise. I love hearing that. I love that. That's right you're AT&T ATM's work. That's right you got no cash becomes a little difficult certain point you're going to be hungry urging choice del work. This story came a desperate to talk to to talk about this one. Although it's only part of the story about the Ring Doorbell engineer coin from wing to be shut down immediately. He says citing privacy concerns. The engineer published a post on medium saying quote the privacy issues are not fixable with regulation and there is no balance that can be struck. Ring should be shut down immediately now. By the way I found this report interesting thing is why pulled this one from the original money honey. Maria Barreda Romo. This is on Fox business news. This was not a post on medium. It was a comment in on a whole different post. It was a very short. You know like one paragraph saying exactly what she recited but she kind of makes it out to sound like it's it should be because it is a big deal but it was interesting that she pulled this out. I don't know if that was a stock manipulation thing or kind of you know hyping it up up a little bit for the market. Who loves to hear news about Amazon but factually it was not a post on Amazon on medium? It was a an anonymous comments. Tom Brought back. This is of course the company that you could somebody rings your doorbell and you can deal with it from your phone but it has opened the can of worms arms on privacy. Where is this video going? Are they giving the ring video. Co. shows up your door to local police and others. I mean this. There's a few the privacy issues here and there's a lot of complicated issues here. I mean one of the issues. Of course we've seen people taking hackers getting access. The People's accounts and part of that is the person themselves has to be responsible use difficult password. Don't make it easy to guess. But you're right we have to know what are the what do they have deals with law enforcement. What are they going to do? If if law enforcement requests that and we've we've seen those issues already with phones. So there's some precedent precedent for what they might do if somebody shows up at your door and that person is questionable from the local polices standpoint. And how does that implicate you it just it just opens the door to all these questions about who shows up at your doorstep Blah Blah Blah Blah Blah. Shut up what is more egregious about the ring doorbell system as reported and of course this was this didn't get any traction because of impeachment and Orangemen bad everything The Electronic Frontier Frontier Foundation. Who get a lot of money from Google to stay alive? But I do like what they do in general They didn't investigation of the the APP. That comes with the ring doorbell which you manage your entire system and guess what. It's packed with on reading from their report. Packed with third-party tracker sending out a plethora of customers personally identifiable information four main analytics and marketing companies were discovered to be receiving information such as names private. Ip Addresses Mobile Network carriers persistent identifier sensor data on the devices. And by the way you're paying paying customer and they're still selling your ass to other third party marketers and as the F. F. correctly points out the danger injuring sending even small bits of information that analytics and tracking companies are able to combine these bits together to form a unique picture of the user's device and in their life. Turn that stuff off and it's despicable that Amazon. You pay for this. It's just like skype. If I look at skype right now I pay for skype. I got an ad at the bottom of skype now and I pay I pay for the service in the problem. Problem is there's so many a lot of these applications like you're listening to the Amazon show and tell the The Alexa show and tell we're can identify the product. These are very these fantastic developments. I I wish I could use them. I love having the ability to use voice to have things turn on and off. And it's it's handy for many things but because of the business model you've rendered it useless for people have a brain. It's too bad. Had A lot of the stuff is really cool technology and I like it but no you cannot use it because this and this is I mean if people actually. We knew this that what Amazon is doing. They they probably think twice. And you're putting these things in your kid's bedroom anyway. Live the Otiji lifestyle. Everybody give give your kid a new a megaphone or something if he needs some Doan G. O.. T. G. it's very OJI Otiji. Exactly that's all. I got doc for that for this segment for now. Okay main things just need to get those out otherwise they pass by and no talks about it and then Oh yeah no actually I do have an housed housed clip. Very proud of what's going on in Austin. You'll recall that the governor of Texas Abbott got into into a a twitter war. A tweet up with the mayor of Austin was his name again anyway. The Adler about the you know the the house. 'cause I'm not going to say they're poor homeless people there griffin as many of them that aggressive window Washer squeegee dudes. It's not just people who don't have a house or a home in fact Abbott repurpose a lot. Not far from we. We are in Southeast Austin. I have not now. I'm going to go again and try and find that it couldn't find it the first time which would be for the house to go and that something magical has happened. They've started to build a little community. This once mostly Empty Lot in East Austin has become home to more than one hundred people without another place to go. We'll give everybody a chance. We don't judge you your history that you have cats once referred to as camp at it because the governor opened the state on land the to the homeless population people here are now calling it something else cam. Frat responsible adult tradition town or the homeless run by the as like every town camp rat now has its own list of leaders while we have donations and volunteer recruiters. We have a maintenance engine L. Labor recruiters. We have the web designer. We have the web the media outreach. We have security. And then we have a charter. Worksites donation Kerrie Roberts. The secretary schedules town meetings each week. The seven person committee nominated by those at the camp has held two of those so far. It's important because we actually have a voice. We actually have a hand that we are actually putting forth to actually make our lives a little bit better. Changing the perception of the homeless community is important to those living at the camp because we wanted to show people that were not just criminals drug addicts slobs off the street that we actually just anybody else's comedic we just about how right now. The committee is focused on finding food donations. So they don't always have to rely on provided maris providing hot showers instead instead of the makeshift stalls and water hose currently using organizing events to help out others in the Greater Austin community and maybe most importantly giving newcomers a point of contact so they don't feel alone w lead Martha laws leave you alone for being under a bridge come out here it's safe. There's not really early anybody here. We're all family count. I really liked this development and I'm going to go over that I'm going to bring food this. This is this shows that they can work when you allow people to build be a part of a community and build a community. Give them some basic blocks to do that. That which is literally all they got and saw there are some protection. I think they do have Police you know making sure that things will get out of hand but they're creating their own community and I think this is great and Avella get started in Brazil. I'm not saying we won't have that but at least it's a community and they're trying to do something else other than you know. We got to tens of millions of dollars being spent on bullcrap. The does does nothing. Give the tens of millions of dollars in direct payments to these guys that would probably help possibly but That is not everybody in that group. Five thousand bucks each table. That's how it works should reparations. Lindsay said reparations for being homeless sorry affiliates. If you're waiting we're way over but time flies when you're having fun and talking about Harvey's privates coming up next on NO AGENDA STREAM DOT com random thoughts about the bezos hack. Stay tuned for that the agenda Stream Dot com and I have A lot of Kung Fu mixes end of show We need to thank net. Jeffrey Johnny Benson and Dustin Jones and we return on Thursday with another thrilling edition of the no agenda. Show the best podcast in universe until then everybody remembers at divorce dot org slash enemy. In the morning I am curried and Ed from northern Silicon Valley where the season a wind storm.

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"kerrie roberts" Discussed on Bixby Developers Chat

Bixby Developers Chat

04:28 min | 1 year ago

"kerrie roberts" Discussed on Bixby Developers Chat

"Lives is a tool the same way as hung's on how gang gets the tone of voice gang of and I think that we just need to the industry submit Shula it to the point. where voice China do the kind of things not we needed to do? Got It and and and maybe it's like saying that you use your hands fall you should media use. Everything has to be always on time so well put will CAIN IF PEOPLE WANNA keep in contact with you or VX world. What's the best way to do? So you can go to X.. Dot Worlds. That's the website you can find all the steps. Oh Jane Fonda Logan Final deals on all the social channels. Imagine Arjun any podcast will be Once I finished which will be either today or tomorrow. You'll be able to ask bic speeds. We'll talk some very close cultural actual saw it and it just can't view x dot will be in either podcastone wants to speak about anything. Great thanks Kane and I will say that I think is a must listen podcast. I am certainly loyal listener and I learned something every time. Thanks so much on their. Thanks a lot skin. Jesus I'm here with Kerrie Roberts carry one introduce yourself and I work with voice and hosts their podcast cast inside voice and do a lot of their content marketing with them from the Pakistan point. And we are at poject voice carry. What's been new and exciting getting the you've learned or experienced here so I have been doing a lot of interview so I've got to have a lot of one on one time with people I think what's exciting is that I'm learning so much more about voice can be done in so many different ways so many different shes on and really remembering that even though we're trying to reach the many people voice experience is generally one on one and really understanding who is the user had they speak. What do they need? And really focusing on that as the focal point almond that being very user centric and really thinking about the experience that our users want to have. I think we're moving into kind of past voice thing thing. Developer focus really content focused. And I think that's a huge advancement forward for the industry. Yes I agree and I think you know going forward. We're we're GONNA see that a lot. I mean I'm brandon content person so I'm always going to be a fan of that but I think it's going to be so much about having content that people are excited about learning from WANNA WANNA come back to. That's going to help them. Come back to the skill voice experience. Yeah and there's so much opportunity ahead of US real creatives. I'll say involved in building Susan experiences. Yes I think you know we had you on our show. I think what I loved about you guys are doing is. You're really focused on that. Third Party application really promoting creative and there's so many credence in this space space My background's dance there. People who are in filmmaking writing photography and you're seeing that across the board of all the great yeah fabulous addition and really what's GONNA propelled industry forward in my opinion so a carrot. You've been doing this for a while. Where would you like to see voice? Go and say six months a year five years you choose timeframe I mean at any point a closer obviously is always better. I would love to see voice. Be something where I can connect with humans faster so that I could ask the technology I was giving the example earlier. You know where are their comedy events in this area that I can go to and it will tell me I can sign up. I can just go instead of looking a lot on facebook like they do now are searching being able to have access to the people and things that I WANNA do. Faster would be great Have the technology get out of the way give you the information and get the heck. Ah Way and let you do humid again right. Yes exactly well thank you so much carry. It was a pleasure talking to you where if listeners I want to keep in contact with you where how should they do. So so the best would be unlinked in you can find. My Name Kerry K. E. R. I.. Roberts is the last name thanks so much. Thanks a lot correct. Thanks so that's eight interviews on the floor of the project voice conference. I hope you enjoyed them. Stay tuned for tomorrow's rose. PODCAST will release the final nine interviews with Tom. Hewison John Stein. Stephen Arcana Vich Rafiki. kyw Amy Stapledon Kevin Noon Ryan Lipkin side. Jeff Gal Shar utility and Terry Fisher talk.

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Voice Education with VoiceMasters - Kickstarting Careers in Voice

Inside VOICE

03:45 min | 1 year ago

Voice Education with VoiceMasters - Kickstarting Careers in Voice

"Hello and welcome back to end sideways. podcasts I am Kerrie Roberts the CO host actually one of my co host is also here. So we're here today. With James Poulter her aunt's gotten Susan Westwater with a big announcement about voice masters. That's right so I'd love for you to start with telling us how you guys decided to all work together. Gather in the first place before you decide to tell us what it is so we have been talking to these guys for a long time now friends through the community over the past a couple of years voice summit and in both of our businesses respectively affects lives in that pragmatic. We've seen that. There's a real need over the past really over the past year if People who are maybe smaller medium sized businesses all the people that are pivoting that career invoice all for people are starting out a small team but they need to build the use case voice in their business really upscale and so with these guys walking on their fabulous voice strategy book which has just come out which is really exciting and the work that we have been doing really focusing on strategy work with clients in the UK. We thought that we could offer something. That is much more powerful bringing everybody together to work on something like voice masters which ages I online tool but in live and in person mastermind program and the other and it all came up with twitter. The J. J. P. had a tweet responded next week we had a conversation. So and what did the tweet say. I think we were looking for people to help the hell in the spirit of the voice community it was. We can do this so much better together trying to compete separately and so it makes so much sense to take experiences of JP Jen Susan Cain and combined with hours to come up with something even more powerful so the program itself is going to run over six weeks lodging the end of February. I'm will give people the opportunity to essentially get one. She served as well as well. So Group calls and I like engagement sessions with all of us plus the rest of our team and also some special guests long. Why importance as well? So we're we're really excited for what this could mean essentially people that was starting the through invoice. So it's more people want to start their career voice or for brand a smaller company. That wants to start a voice skill for themselves. It's actually both and so really what we're trying to do is activate the business community and help them understand what the opportunity to voice represents what the value is why they need to start busing now which is really a lot out of the conversations. We've all been having over the past year with right so if we can go through and almost productized that and actually create a place they can go to learn all this then they actually can the the internal champions and actually talking to their CEO's or CMO's and everyone else to make that actually happen. So I like to think of this as some way that we can actually help the entire community deep benefit. Because it's going to help the platform people. It's GONNA help Amazon and Google. Let's get help. Everyone copywriters and so by activating the business community. We're hoping that we can actually shortcut what and get happening happening faster versus waiting on it just kind of naturally I mean I like to think of is the fact that if we will starting out moving ourselves my previous this job roles into voice. Now what would I want to get started. And that's what the solution should hopefully be Kevin. So this is your shortcut. We spent two years. There's after spending twenty plus years in digital advertising marketing and all of that. Well if someone comes in today. They're going to feel like they're left behind. We're willing to help share that knowledge college to bring you up to speed so that then that whole time of where have play. CATCHUP is alleviates. You can start getting. I'm making better experiences and stop just checking a box of creating something that's actually GonNa show the viability of voice as a proper business channel.

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"kerrie roberts" Discussed on Inside VOICE

Inside VOICE

11:38 min | 1 year ago

"kerrie roberts" Discussed on Inside VOICE

"If you already have an APP you can now add voice to it. James Shelbourne Auburn. The Senior Product Manager for Allen Discusses. How the company came about how they're helping a particular industry save time and money by simply adding a voice option to their existing internal APPS APPS and how developers can start using Alan now to add voice to any APP? Hi inside voice podcast listeners. This is your co host Kerrie Roberts and today my guess is is James Shelburne. The senior product manager for Allen the platform that makes it easy to add context based conversational voice assistance to your application welcomed James. Thanks for being here. Thank you for having me Jerry. Happy to be here. So let's start off with the history of this company. The founders and the company name Allen. Come from a very interesting place. Can you tell us a little bit more about it. Yes so our company is named after Alan Turing. He's the famous computer. Scientists who deciphered be `nigma machine in World War Two you know helped get victory for the allies and he asks the question can machines think and so we're kind of rephrasing phrasing not into Kenya application thing and that's the whole premise. Alan in adding intelligence to existing applications with voice so our founders founders are Ramaphosa Kara and Andre Riot and Ramu previously. You know his Oracle veteran you are on the parallel survey were there and he founded Dan. The company quick which was the first version was during the first version of video streaming on mobile devices. It's kind of before the iphone in facetime. So that company ended up being acquired by skype and Andre. Ri- other co-founder Work John. That was him in he. He's the one who built a lot of the video streaming components of it so he also worked at the Russian social network classic. And he's the real genius behind our technology wonderful now. Can you tell us a little bit about why you think boys can improve the experience of existing applications that are are out there. Yes so voice in existing applications. It's taking all of the functionality that they have and making it available at any he time from any different screen so not all mobile. Applications are easy to use as instagram. Day Are GonNA especially in enterprise. They're packed with functionality and Plexiglas a lot of screens a lot of tapping and touching typing on the mobile phone. It's just kind of in general hard to do. And so is unlocking the power of those applications by letting anyone just be able to talk to them to get work done to access functions while they're driving rather than have to touch the screen it can just talk to it and the screen is providing a visual feedback so they can easily continue it conversation there in what we'd seen in kind of existing voice ecosystem with Google home device Amazon exit vices day at least the version one. They didn't have of the screen. There is not the later came out with a show and the Google Hav and with the initial devices no screen. The user has to memorize what to say in what what to do. And it's hard to kind of keep up with it and it doesn't necessarily memorize the context or understand the context of the user so with voice and within existing existing applications. The user has some idea already of what the application does they can see on the screen. This was visual feedback. And that's why voice experience a mobile when it's supported by those existing functions is just a much better way to interact and enterprise which were primarily focused on the a user's there have very defined or close that they have to complete in so at every step. They're talking to talking back. It's a conversation and they're able to see. Alan is able to understand the visual context of the user and then we also kind of maintain the dialogue on deck. So it's a much richer experience appearance in you. Give some examples of how adding boys to APPS can help internal teams and how it's helped your clients maybe share with us some stories or some data that you we have. Yeah so it starts with the problem for Mobile Workers Right. People are not working at a desk and mobile employees and day use sneeze enterprise applications to do their work but actually there's a big adoption problem there. Where as mentioned before they're hard to use so they ended ended up just not being used in general and so the other problem there is? These mobile employees are also operating equipment. They have gloves on or they're driving living in can't easily just access application to get there. Were done with Dutch type. So voice for them is making them productive and and letting them easily just talk to the application in what we're seeing specifically in oil and gas is that workers are driving from place to place on an oilfield oilfield and they're now able to just you know. Get Information. Complete work with voice with deployments with Murphy. Oil All in Arkansas Louisiana and Texas and for them it's just made a big difference there and then also because they are entering the information on mobile rather than waiting to get back to their desks. They're entering the information at a much higher cadence in operational view. It's making sure that the the most accurate data is always in the system. Problems now also occurred there where they just write scribble note and then they take it back their desk and interested information at least two inaccuracies and human error is one of the biggest problems for these oil and gas operators. It leads to downtime which is a huge cost is for them then in other situations for field maintenance what we're seeing is that there's some turnover and what voices is doing. Some turnover in terms of employees voices. Doing for them is helping them train their employees while their employees are out in the field. And don't don't necessarily have it's era able to go through huge offering rating manual or something that they can just ask the question to trouble shoot problems and and voice will guide them as to what to do and take them through the steps to find a solution. So that's the second thing. The third thing is that the productivity that they're getting as I mentioned it's helping them at our operational levels see all issues as they come up rather than having to wait or workers the EVAC their deaths or having this problem deduction yeah and your website shows some really good videos of how Allen Alan works so I encourage people to check it out because I think it's really helpful to see and one of the things I liked that your application does. Your Voice thing is that it will recognize. I A certain words. You had an example on your website that clients name was bird and so it starts to understand that. That is the client's name when you say give me information on bird versus is the word birds the animals so I think that that's really neat. that it really is learning and improving or the needs of the company. That's using it. That's right yeah so what Alan is doing kind of behind the scenes is when a developer integrates Allen to their application. It's automatically learning all of this. You know all the different words and terminology this entire words set of that application automatically and cutting into its own unique machine learning model so understand in advance with users users going to say and then as I mentioned before it's maintaining the visual context of the user so it understands what the user is seeing on your screen all the words words there and saying okay on this screen the users more likely to ask this question and then it's also not only that visual context but the dialogue walk context of what they said last it can predict what they're more likely to say next and part of our key. Ip is that it's able to handle these complex complex words in product names often times especially in enterprises product names include words and numbers for example like easier zero seven being very hard for some other system to be able to understand that but as I mentioned that's unique Ip and we're able to understand that as well as handle different accents instead of people especially in fields right Louisiana Texas not close easy to handle and our into that as well yeah. I think it's great that you guys have really. I found a very specific niche within this space now. Roi As usual is the most ask question. Business as a whole. But certainly in terms of voice. Tech- doc how do you quantify the Roi Voice Experiences in enterprise APPS. Yes so it starts with the individual worker with voice in saving men. Oh you know several minutes to kind of an hour a day in terms of completing their workflows rather than tied going back to their desks to complete something that can just do it while the application sitting next to them in her working so when you multiply that across hundreds of workers to thousands of workers is huge are alive at scale and and voices just an efficient way of collecting information and as we touched on earlier the cadence at which people can employees in enter enter data accurately it leads to this kind of compounding effect on the operational side where managers are seeing most up to date information and and that is saving them from having to do this downtime maintenance so in oil and gas it costs them roughly forty two million dollars a year or downtime and that translates to one hundred twenty thousand dollars a day so with this information being updated constantly into their system. Just because you know that's from making it easier for the end user. They're saving that money there so for a typical operation del Recoup Recoup. You know they'll see some. Roi from voice within one month of being implemented yet which is great. How do you recommend that developers? Here's our companies. Bring a voice assistant to their mobile and Web APPs that they already have their some steps that you recommend they take nurse some technologies out there is little but fragment did in this sense the developers will be only getting one piece of what they need to build a complete solution for their existing APPs with voice. Allen is is really the only thing out there now that offers complete solution complete package to build deploy voice also tested debugged just quickly really interested on the experience later so some specific steps. I'd recommend going to our website checking out. And they can sign up for our service STU Allan Studio and so on studio is it's a voice code editor where developers can not only define commands and MM sponsors for their application but they can do with an unlimited flexibility. The voice experiences there are written in Java script so it's really disguise is limited in terms of what can be built and then also it provides this visual aspect where developers can connect the voice experience individuals on the screen so when the user wants to enter some information.

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"There are a lot of elements to making a voice experience. Great but have you. You ever thought about the sound quality and engineering of the sound. Eugene Kim is New York City based production sound mixer and audio post engineer having worked with clients that include net flicks flakes. PBS National Geographic Division. And more on this episode he talks about. Why the quality of Sambas of Gordon how he goes about getting the sound just rate what equipment you can use? Why sound excites him? So much high inside voice podcast listeners. This is your co host Kerrie Roberts and today my guest is New York City based production sound mixer her an audio post engineer Eugene Cam and his clients have included. TV Land Paramount PBS DreamWorks TV. Comedy Central National Geographic Netflix univision and more so. Welcome Eugene. Thanks for being here. How you do it? Because I haven't been so the reason I wanted to bring you on. Today's talk about an area invoice voice technology that I think has been discussed as much and so once a company or a brand has decided that they want to create a voice experience. They have a voice voice strategy they have the. US design the sonic branding and they're starting to actually bring their skill or experience to life. A lot of people don't think about the sound quality ready and the sound engineering of a voice go experience and many people just tend to use the default boys of the Smart Speaker. Can you talk about some ways. Sound can be engineered for voice skills and experiences. Sure voice skill technology. I agree a lot of people. Default to a will come stock on their phone or the device because it thankfully just a tool tool And I think if you want to make it a little more user friendly or kind of enrich that experience part of it has to do with the sound quality it's recorded so sort of the analogy of if you're doing a conference call and get to listen to an iphone to speak or if you're looking to like James Jones Day you know everyone knows each Joel all day. It sounds better but it's just not a practising for device do so I've always thought that it would be pretty interesting for as sad as I point. Small things like on your birthday. There's a little sonic chronic signature for your birthday or for a meeting going on an airplane. small-time seniors like that. I think it's the the small nuances and textures in bed. Sound can kind of enriched the listening experience so why do you think the quality of sound and the way it's engineered is so important to the user and the Listener Pika Giancarlo it is important to easiest way I think for an user or a listener to kind of be taken out of the moment if picture or the image is is strange or a little off kilter off quality law or forgivable but if there's bad sound where someone's house visit dinner muffled or unintelligible. People are a lot mystery and find find and It's like this first immediate marco quality projects I think is judged it would look but also image but also the sun equality I think this on equality for it is Is the easiest way to kind of be taken out of the ball. Can you describe like as somebody who is doing sound design and engineering what what you are processes for audio standpoint like how somebody could potentially work with someone like yourself. What does that look like well? I'm actually going to tape a live comedy special for A STAND UP COMIC NEW YORK. This will be her second and third album so typical process like this. You know she would tell me about the project. This is where the venue is. And then we'll go down there and we'll scout the location to make sure that the recording environment is problem-free or if there are problems you know how do we mitigate then more around that And once we establish like the location is good. We'll get a good recording. Then we can start working with the house engineers and get discharged. You where to put mics a large part of that is the client so the client will. We've talked about it. She's called me. I want to show to kind of mimic or resemble these other shows initially give me some reference points of other comic acts And based off Battle Watch that and try and get an idea of what sonically the client is looking for so based off of that will arrange equipment amount that opera her like. Hey this is what this case like a stand up comic like these are. This is the way that the audience is GonNa React sorts going to sound like you sound okay. And then we'll do that and if she approves and we kind of go ahead and we start Mike Benue up and then typically once shows done. We'll handoff files. It's off the post production so Alabama handled post. I'll get the piles all the kind of sound notes from there. The event and then start to do a rub pass you know. Get all the pieces in place make kind of a rough past send it to the client for approval and no no come comeback with notes if any will implementers and they will kind of keep repeating the process approval so if somebody wanted to whether they wanted it to hire someone like yourself a solo creator. They wanted to do something. Do you have any recommendations of the type of equipment that they can get from kind of the basic stop. Stop for someone. WHO's doing it on their own to somebody? That's really looking to create this amazing sound experienced religion vice sure. The good news is probably all Muslims knows the cost of inner and set up a pretty decent recording setup at home is really really affordable so essentially what you really need to track. Recorder to microphones and then into mic stands and then kind of figure out. Do I want to record a table. Do I want a Mike hanging off the table or on the table and just kind of figure that out but the basic setup is really affordable if you get a really nice to have around you know thousand bucks or or less and then from there just gets exponentially more expensive than complicated kid at the upper end of the podcast setup or home recording studio if you would have the room that dedicated recording. It's been isolated. True for sound around can have some kind of Mike Cable routing system into a mixing board. And the whole of Mike's in a whole outboard gear to kind kind of colored down in control dynamics of the recording once you at that point the whole buildup and if somebody is looking talking to like work with anyone in the audio space to really work on this setup or understand production how do they go about finding someone in and finding the right person for them. I think the easiest way and the most common way to go through craigslist which I don't think yields results. I think the better way. Or the way that I've I've seen now is is very very specific facebook groups and they're so specific you can say jobs for audio people lifestyle or in productions out or podcast recording is very specific. And usually you can post up What your job would project is? Someone on their will capable likes to refer other people like it specialists these kinds of jobs and I found that that works pretty well. What works for the New York community? We've met before and I know that you originally were a chef in the new transferred certain to this audio engineering which is really interesting in itself. What is it that excites you about sound and audio as a whole I like about it being worse look side? It's a IT'S A. It's an invisible mio. It's not something that you can really directly measure like a camera image or something else. I think it's an an in a family of medium so there's a large part of it just called psycho acoustics inches the way that sound affects your perception and a lot of physical. It's something that I think is intangible but people can't really put their finger on it because they know when it's good and I like work in the medium that has kind of effect on people and if people want to learn more about what we're talking about or connect with you. Where could they do that online listen? WWW dot eight to nine nine. P R D x Dot Com and has won the contract to go and Some links to work interested. Thank you so much Eugene for being here and giving us awesome insight on just the improving sound quality and things that we can do with our voice skill so thank you. Yeah I know the pleasure. Thanks for having me. Thank you for listening to the inside voice podcast. We greatly appreciate you being a part of our community. And if you enjoyed this episode or you like the Podcast we would love. Love it if you would subscribe to follow like share. Leave a review of the show. If you have any questions comments feedback people. You WanNa see on the show things you WANNA learn. Feel free to send us an email at Carey at motive dot com that's K. E. R. At M. O. D. E. V. DOT COM and be sure to check us out online at Voice Summit Dot. Ai Thank you and we look forward to chatting with you next week.

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