18 Burst results for "Roger Kibi"

"roger kibbe" Discussed on POW! Samsung Developer Program

POW! Samsung Developer Program

05:23 min | 5 months ago

"roger kibbe" Discussed on POW! Samsung Developer Program

"Thing I'd say follow us on on Social I. We try to be pretty active on twitter. So at expe- developers. facebook. Delivers searcher victory to Loppers on social of myself I in definitely pretty active on twitter. At Roger Kebbi at R. G. Er K. I. B. B. E.. I love to talk about voice what people are doing, what's happening learn about? people exploring. So let's connect and continue the conversation on twitter. Excellent. Excellent. So let me ask you a few questions about bixby studio. So that's the the software that's used to create your capsules. Tell me a little bit about getting BIC studios this free there's a cost. One hundred percent free literally on the homepage of speed DOT COM for a MAC windows and Lennox download it. It's a full-blown id with the developed a Bob. There's a testing Sweden Air There's a simulator like I said so you can go from end to end testing all do it. In that Idee, there's no, it automatically syncs to the cloud. It's actually kind of a big competitive advantage for us. Is I d some our competitors hired to do things Kinda sink to the cloud or use two different interfaces. Everything exceed developer studio is in line. You can do it all there and do all your development, their entire ready to submit the marketplace, and then you start that within that. That studio as well. So is there a process where we're developers have to be approved to publish their capsules? Yes. A much like what happens the other voice assistance in happens in various saw mobile phone APP stores up there is a process. So you submit your capsule with information for the marketplace and some information of the reviewers of necessary in a nursery, the process, and they make sure you know there's certain. Rules around you know appropriate content or have you does it actually work particularly tricky with voice right people won't always phrase something the same way you want to belittle flexibility you create these things hints, which kind of phrases the will kick off..

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"roger kibbe" Discussed on POW! Samsung Developer Program

POW! Samsung Developer Program

04:38 min | 5 months ago

"roger kibbe" Discussed on POW! Samsung Developer Program

"These are general conversations. We definitely talk about Dixie somewhat but really the whole idea was a little bit of a halo effect is hey, people who are interested in voice would go listen to this podcast in. Yeah. Absolutely. We wanted to go listen to go hey, check out that Dixie and go try it out develop something on it. I like those guys are doing. but the PODCAST Yup wide ranging I've talked to voice designers talked to some podcasters developers and continue to think of who would be an interesting gas to talk about it. It's a lot of fun I can enjoy listenership was seems to be growing pretty well. So I don't know for one podcast you to another Yeah. I I think podcasting is a lot of fun. Definitely so for for our podcasting fans, how can they find your podcast where you guys hosted? What's it called Yeah Great Question Exceed Developers chat any of your major podcast players if you start searching for bixby or bixby developers will come across Roosevelt Vicky capsule. So enable he say hi bixby Played Dixville Chat we're online and you just search bixby developers chat and you can see it in please. Listen, and then let me know what you like your what you'd like to see in the future I. Think a lot of the value have casting is listening to your audience and there'll say I love this like more this less of this. Wonderful. So you've been around for a long time in fact, you know not just with your podcast, but prior to that with all of your work with voice I'm sure you've got a lot of experiences around voice. So tell me some of your favorite experiences in Y. Yeah. I'm GONNA say maybe my favorite capsule and Bixia something built in the yelp capsule in. Why are we? Really like that is I talked earlier about I said, grace is a great way to interface in many ways but not always savoy says a really great input alley. So if I wanted to find a Chinese restaurant San Francisco. That's open past ten PM on Saturday nights. That's a pretty easy you. You understand what I'm saying sure there's a lot of information that now think about that if I was to search using a typical web interface. Right. There's a lot of clicking typing things like that. Drilling down I need to do there..

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"roger kibbe" Discussed on POW! Samsung Developer Program

POW! Samsung Developer Program

05:11 min | 5 months ago

"roger kibbe" Discussed on POW! Samsung Developer Program

"At I android phones that could Samsung phones if you install two different maps. The Sun android phone the first time you go to launch a nap. It's hey, you have map a or map be. which when you WANNA use in, do you WANNA make one year default will be has exactly the same thing but for voice. So. What's the weather like enable two of them will say, Hey, you have whether capsule hey or you have big sky which one would you like us would you like to make one the default so I said Hey us big sky and make it the default and from then on Big Sky Answers, I can always go into settings, inch James that or I can always go back to the old kind of invocation name say asked whether app a for the weather in overwrite Byzantium specifically addressing the name of a capsule in that will answer. So we've had this Novak twenty different categories. We keep on building these and thinking about it. We think it's a big on lock to knowing developers kind of solving this ability problem but to my mind even more importantly as a consumer I said I like big sky over the Bolton weather. But everybody has their own preferences there. So let the consumer choose what they want their experience to be sure their favorite provider for X. Y. or Z.. And really personalized experiences the consumer. So sudden. It may come across and how I'm describing, but we're definitely super excited about quickly things they're such amazing possibilities there. Yeah. No that sounds that sounds great. So let's talk about getting started. If developers are designers want to think about getting into voice, what advice would you give them? Yes a couple things come to mind. The first is when you're thinking about what you WanNa build is. The best. Interface for a right so You know obviously a fan of voice. I think it's amazing. I. Also think there's areas where typing on a keyboard. Swiping on a screen or better interfaces rape, we're trying to do so you need to think about. If it's easier or faster or better to swipe retyping I. I'll be shy away from it. Look at on the other hand if it's hard or difficult on I was like the things about things run like, wow I gotta go through twelve different menus. To Go do this wile waste might be really amazing they're so if you're going to replace some functionality It were voices a better interface or. where voice it just brand new, it would not work well without voice being the modality with which you interact with that technology. So that's number one number two. It's a is follow your passion and you'd never very best APPs pc.

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"roger kibbe" Discussed on POW! Samsung Developer Program

POW! Samsung Developer Program

03:13 min | 5 months ago

"roger kibbe" Discussed on POW! Samsung Developer Program

"In to my understanding or if you're pissed and angry in, you're talking to an AI voice assistance. Mainly, you don't want it to be happy full of personality and cracking jokes. You want it to be directed to the point and hand if you're having fun Mamie the personality of the Voice Assistant Personas Industries likes to call it is more fun and crack some jokes and this kind of friendly I. Think there's a big unlock for voices systems to understand kind of the emotional hughes that we as humans are kidding with a tone in how we say thanks to. So, let's talk a little bit about discover ability. Only I can only imagine if there's a lot of party apps out there. What's been doing to help make discover a little easier. Yeah. There are a lot of third party applications for all the boys assistance in part of the challenge is. You have to use the name. So used if I call my voice APP who'd sick voice, the podcast helper if I want to use the podcast helper, I have to say something like ask podcast helpers start or asked podcast Halberg complain my favorite podcasts the problem there is that asked high cast helper I have to remember that phrase and I remember that term for the name of application the problem with discover. Ability is people don't remember that and so they don't use it. So if I just say, tell my sister lay my favorite podcasts, it's GONNA use whatever built in functionality. It asked to play podcast as an example and not podcast helper in not podcast helper on the other podcast helper may be a better experience. Shirt were is a user feel that podcast helper is the my favorite way to listen to podcasts. We did with dixies introduced late last year I suddenly come natural language categories and it's really to address that in the whole idea is, is these categories are way had a Gorey's of interactions? So like mine podcast, a podcast is one of our categories. I'll give another example and give you an actual real world example weather is one of our categories. So Fi aspects be what's the weather like what's the weather like today whatsoever next week whatsoever light it will answer that in the built-in. Weather Capsule. Cancers that I actually in my busy. So there is a weather capital of big sky that real life goes into more detail kind of for weather geeks and I I like weather and so in bixby. Once I enable big sky when I can do because it's part of the natural the weather natural language category I as an end user can go and say, I, want this to be the default. So the next time I, say. Hi, Dixie. What's the weather? Big Sky Answers built in weather functionality. So what you do? Is Shoes and personalize your voices system the closest thing I mean..

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"roger kibbe" Discussed on POW! Samsung Developer Program

POW! Samsung Developer Program

04:19 min | 5 months ago

"roger kibbe" Discussed on POW! Samsung Developer Program

"That just does things for us in some sense. It's just a that knows we need to get things done in kind of preemptively does it for us of voices a big part of that I could just walk in my and start talking to it or in my car or an office and talk and get things done. I'm reminded of there's a funny scene in one of the Star Trek movies one of the early ones when they go back in time and go back to Earth. In a running leads to the hospital and Scotty season mouse. Any picks me starts talking to the mouse. Of course, he doesn't do it. He kinda mumbles under his breath about. You Know How on advanced they? Are you know maybe we're going to get there where? Works. Well enough where much are actual attack. Is underway scores Yeah like it's that I think we'll keyboards have been around forever. The probably still be here in ten years and milestone swiping typing i. just think there's a bunch of things that if we think about it, we can do better with voice or voice is part that multimodality Karcher that interaction with our technology. So that's to seek out five or ten years be kind of a not a novel thing like it is now in a lot of ways but it just letting you expect yeah and it's crazy to think. Seems like smartphones have been around forever, but it was not that long ago the truly the first smartphone was introduced to us. And ten years from now is not much and just think about the advancements that definitely voice will take over that time. Yeah. Absolutely. Absolutely. you truly understanding. Human Voices Really Har-. I can say something to you in ten different ways in you understand I'm seeing the same thing. Oh Yeah. That's really hard for ai to do that. You're part of the challenges we have right now voice is When you're developing a voice application need be pretty deterministic about if a user says this this way..

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"roger kibbe" Discussed on POW! Samsung Developer Program

POW! Samsung Developer Program

04:51 min | 5 months ago

"roger kibbe" Discussed on POW! Samsung Developer Program

"A screen you need to build non only four waste experience, but also screen experienced that kind of multimodality which I think opens up a ton of opportunities in quite frankly in some cases, some some challenges around multimodality in building that. It's a new frontier in a Lotta ways to build truly multi modal experiences were you can interact with voice and screen and think about how they interplay with each other. So I hadn't heard of that term before. So multi modality that is where you have voice and screen at the same time on the same device. Yeah. It really refers to kind of you actually using it today when you use the mouse and the keyboard. So to put different input mechanisms say into that is multi-modal I was talking about swiping and typing at the to dominant modalities right now, voice being a third one I'll tell you it's pretty interesting if you look at and the rise of those modalities. We went from kind of keyboard in about ten years. Later, the mouse arose in the gooey an atom in about ten years later, smartphones with touch screens were introduced they are so swiping became tapping, became a with I guess why? smartphones Australians are just a little over ten years old. So by that. Ten Year Cycle. It's about time for another modality. Kind of arise Duran voiced definitely looks like outs Medalla it does not replace. Typing, and Swiping what it does is augments there's things are voices the very best way to interact with technology. There's things were typing very way to interact technology. There's things were swiping on your smartphone very best way to interact with technology. It opens up a different way of interacting with technology and kind of powers us to do more with our khaki. Let me ask you where do you see voice going? In the next year, and then even beyond that, we're talking five to ten years. Give me your thoughts, your ideas of where we really could be taking voice. Voices in its infancy right now. I like to say that we're we're the point where we're kind of barking commands. Okay. At the voice assistance another one which gives me a laugh. Is were in the far upstage. Bridge. SMARTPHONE APPS right yeah. We're kind of in that stage with voice right now really early what I think I'd like to see in the next year or two is helpful beyond just parking command. And actually get some things. I'm actually pretty Alicia Voice, commerce and if not actually going and buying things actually starting in the buying process and actually kind.

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"roger kibbe" Discussed on POW! Samsung Developer Program

POW! Samsung Developer Program

03:28 min | 5 months ago

"roger kibbe" Discussed on POW! Samsung Developer Program

"Wear voice can unlock some pretty rich functionality on is he could say I could Wayne go on and on about this? I get pretty excited about the opportunities on those additional devices, and so you can develop today in those in the marketplace is coming late of this year. Super exciting stuff coming from us. Okay. Wonderful. So tell me little bit about you'd mentioned the I know there are a voice assistant. The application software out there how is bixby different than its competitors? So I. I already talked about all different devices Yup, and I think that that's a he. Differentiator. In. Let me Ivan a little bit one one in particularly particularly excited about the TV. Why I'm excited about that is I look at my so my two teen daughters, they don't watch TV without or smartphone. Yeah. So and they will stop the TV and play the smartphone they want interactive. TV. And it doesn't exist today, and so they use a smartphone to naval that now I generally, you know a different generation TV is kind of a passive thing and I listened to it. But, I've thinking about the TV thinking about hey. The TV was wasted able and I could ask things even while something is playing the best example I look think sports course. So let's say I'm watching sports game like me and I want to hear more about that player. Or I don't know much football game and they call clipping. New to football in our like what's slipping Wouldn't it be cool if I asked the TV Hey, watching the warriors on on TV hey, tell me how many points for game is Steph Curry who's Steph curry is me overlays information about Steph curry they are in and I can go back to watching the game or Football example hey, what's clipping clipping is like a better understand the game I think that's incredibly powerful to bring of interactivity. To TV in in kind of empower what I see. This kind of younger generation seems to want when they have their their phones with TV quite frankly. I will often say I mean we we have Some smart speakers, next TV more positive asking the question. So we want it to yes. Build that right inland TV build it into where it just shows up in goes away. If you gave permission and I think there's some privacy implications to us by about what you are watching on TV to the voices then it could be really incredibly can actually aware in give your really amazing information. So. I'm really excited about the devices that are that are coming out for Samsung and that's a differentiator. The second big differentiator is really related as devices all those devices have screens. Yeah. So if you look at the voice market today and you look at, let's talk about because they're they're obviously our competitors Alexa Eighty, five, ninety percent of their devices are screen Lewis just as smart speaker. Okay. On the Google does a lot of them they do have on the phone the lobby uses on their smart speakers are now. So, most of what's being built is voice only with Samsung devices because all vice I talk about and it's fair to say the future most Samsung devices will have.

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"roger kibbe" Discussed on POW! Samsung Developer Program

POW! Samsung Developer Program

02:09 min | 5 months ago

"roger kibbe" Discussed on POW! Samsung Developer Program

"Scott got enough syllables and has a mixture of vowels and consonants either make it easy to understand that term as you don't want to wake up for false wake work. That's a problem in industry is say something and your voices no wakes up and you weren't addressing big speed is a really good term. Because of that consonants and vowels and the way they're mixed in there in an also just short but phonetically, the way it sounds pretty distinct and so wherever he up with that word, they were definitely thinking about this when it came up with that as the is the wake word for Simpson's voice assistant got it and it's a pretty unique word too. So I would think that it's not getting confused with maybe you know something that could be more common. Yeah. Although there is A. City Bixby, I believe in Oklahoma and then down in. Just, south of US around. Monterey, there's a bixby bridge so it's fairly unique but there actually. Aren't other sixties in the world I did not know that enter. and Bill Bixby Bill bixby played the incredible hulk. Oh yes he did. Yeah. So instruments drink. Okay. So not a common word, but there are other other users, Burger where the sixty says interesting. So now you had mentioned the Bixby was available on Samsung devices. Can you talk a little bit about other devices? Is it just strictly for Samsung, devices for their phones or is it beyond the phone yet? So Israel Samsung devices right now. Here's a situation right now. So right now you can go and develop a speak capsule and you can deploy it on on a Samsung Felon. There's a marketplace for end users of the phones to go and enable your capsule think of market the marketplace is the equivalent of the play store the same store in. The APP store Otheir, but it's for voice applications capsules as we call them. So that's all enabled for phone. So you can build from end to end to get it out consumers on. And that's the big marketplace Nafta busy place..

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"roger kibbe" Discussed on POW! Samsung Developer Program

POW! Samsung Developer Program

05:22 min | 5 months ago

"roger kibbe" Discussed on POW! Samsung Developer Program

"Does something useful for us or something we want it to do but then it doesn't really get out of the way. In when I first saw voice insert playing with a ways assistance like I didn't get it at first but then after playing with them more like you know this is kind of fulfills that kind of lifelong ambition of hey go get something done in get out of the way it's the best tech I know for getting out of the way. So in a back in two thousand seventeen had a really good a technology job with a big corporation or caught my cushy corporate job and decided to get a little bit of H. I decided to be a little bit crazy and. Leave that bounced around a little bit with some start up opportunities and ended up founding my own voice start up with the idea being, hey, it's really hard to voice applications. Today I'm GonNa, make it much easier for you to do it or our tagline was wordpress for voice work presses in the web world course lots of templates makes it easy for small business to get online really easily we wanted to build that voice. I will say I think it's still a really good idea. And allow ways kind of untapped but you know I I think there's a saying that ideas are cheap execution is hard on certainly learned that you know I think we built a bunch of things, but we weren't fully executing inside started veering over into kind of consulting side and doing my own consulting work and that's when I. entered that expe-, Pakistan one night and those conversations led to where I currently am super happy I did it. It was a great experience. It's something I always kind of the back of my head. Hey, go off and do your own thing right whether succeeds or fails it doesn't matter. which exactly I once heard that you learn more from failed startups than you do from successful startups so I to have ventured into that area I to have failed and lots of great learning still come out of that. You had mentioned Adam Shire vid labs bixby's Samsung's Kenneth Tell me this whole relationship how those have come together. What exactly is vivid lab in to his Adam Schefter Yes. Yes. Let me tell you about out of I. Am Legend Invoice and Adam has been working in voice for like twenty five.

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"roger kibbe" Discussed on POW! Samsung Developer Program

POW! Samsung Developer Program

05:57 min | 5 months ago

"roger kibbe" Discussed on POW! Samsung Developer Program

"Launched his own voice start up but it was when he entered a Samsung Hacker thon in one, the bixby team said we need this guy. Enjoy. Roger thanks very much for joining me on this podcast. I have to ask you first who is Roger Kibi? Well I guess I can answer that question two ways will want him a husband and father to two teenage daughters Oh boy but yes, used to be pretty busy these days. But professionally in the senior developer of Angeles for Samsung speak what does that mean? It really means I go out and talk to third party developers agencies and companies can encourage them to go build upon the bixby platform You know I have a long career in technology the for about twenty five years insulting. I've been technology architect technology strategy found my own startup and I've been invoice for the last several years about the last eighteen months or so less than eighteen months out with. Samson. About the same time that I did an interesting. We both have the same title at Samsung. ME. Being senior. Developer. The developer program doing something similar to what you're doing go out and teaching developers and designers how to create for Sam. So pretty cool. We're along the same lines. Yeah. I think it's a it's an amazing. Job actually kind of a combination of you've got to be familiar with the technology but you're you know love to go talk to people in and understand what they're doing and figuring out how technology can help solve their problems or help enable them to do something amazing what a combination exactly So tell me a little bit how you actually got your start at Samsung I heard the you actually won a contest. At our developer conference and that's wet put you on the radar at the folks at Samsung. So tell me a bit about that. Yes. I heard of that Bixby in twenty eighteen He was still a private Beta in early two, thousand eighteen. And I was doing my own voice consulting in my own voice start up then and I thought, hey, there's this new platform they had this hacker thon I love to play with new technology. One of those people pies the first piece of new technology too much. My wife's Chagrin often So I went downloaded it and started playing with it and I realized this is Sutton, really cool and doing things in a different way than what the other voice platforms are doing. So I built this capsule capsule, voice application, bixby terminology and was all about just being. In I recycle this, can I compost this? I need to throw it in the trash right question that often get from my daughter's is dad what does this go into? Some scratch my head. Three bins don't WanNa be responsible citizen input. Right thing. Sure. You know that's a pretty good use case for voice because you want to know that right away built that or fix the We had this Haka Fan I got enough finals in the SEC Simpson Developer's conference in two thousand, eighteen. All of US finalists were invited to go and we presented on stage and I ended up winning that hacker thon..

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"roger kibbe" Discussed on Killer Cocktails

Killer Cocktails

11:04 min | 6 months ago

"roger kibbe" Discussed on Killer Cocktails

"There was a book trace evidence the hunt for an elusive serial killer by Bruce Henderson. Lodi News case. Nbc News Bunch of like local Stockton newspaper called the record a lot of bay area news sources. Dang good shadow to murder squad dreyer. Are you ready for a story? Hail Yeah here we go. I'm GonNa Tell You about Lou Ellen Burleigh so Lou like her name is Llewellyn called her ellen. Ellen grew up in the East Bay She graduated from Pleasant Hill. High in one thousand nine hundred seventy three of the same high school and graduating class as my mom as you're adding new each other no necessarily friends but friendly and they had similar social circles. That would kind of intertwine so and I remember hearing the story growing up so after Highschool Ellen went to heal business college and after graduating was hired on by the college. So she's twenty one. She lives in neighboring Walnut Creek. And she's the Office Manager for he'll college and while she's there she feels a call from the sky called John Brown and he says he's going to be opening up a new office for the Helena Rubenstein Cosmetics Company and that he's kind of looking for someone to run that office so Ellen's like you know what I'm kind of over my job here at the college so I think I'm just GonNa like snake this lead for myself. So she sets up an interview with him for the next day. Which is Saturday September tenth? Nine thousand nine hundred seventy seven so she gets to the Regency Plaza Shopping Center on Contra Costa Boulevard. This is kind of near the things that I read because when I tried to go where it was. Because there's like memories that I have of my mom pointing out and we're I think it is in Pleasant Hill and then like people saying that it's kind of on the Lake Pleasant Hill Pacheco Border. Which would have been a little bit more north of there but so they set up this meeting and she gets there and the building. It's all under construction. So she's like well okay and then but John is there and he's like Hey Ellen. I thought that we were going to be further along with the construction and we'd be able to have the interview in my office but we're not there but I have my van here and it's a camper like I have a table inside. We could do the interview in my van if you're cool with it and she's like well she's like he called the college. This seems legit. He doesn't seem like a Weirdo so she agrees to go into his kit like Camper van and have this interview no so she's like kind of weirded out but he's like so she has the interview and it goes fine and she heads home so then she sees her brother that nights. This is that Saturday night. And she tells the brother and she's like yeah. I don't know like a little bit suspicious of this guy. I think I'M GONNA call the company and just make sure that he works for them but yeah but then he calls the next day and he says you got the job. Come down like what's paperwork. So she talks to Roy friend before she goes and she borrows a knife and she says if you don't hear from me like if you don't hear from me soon call the cops. No don't do that. And they end up calling the cops 'cause they never hear from her. They find her her car parked in Pleasant Hill. And so that was just my mom like my mom would always tell me that. She went to high school with the girl that that's what happened. And so I was always like I grew up knowing. Don't go have an interview in a van and like that was just kind of like a story that my mom told. Yeah very specific. Yeah Okay Yeah don't go have interviews just know that that's not something you should do as young lady or anybody. Don't go sit in advance having interviews. So then so I'll flash were a little bit. I don't know how old I will. I guess based on the store at some point in the two thousands. I'm like sitting at the House and I just hear my mom in the other room. She's reading the paper and she goes. Oh my God and then she comes in she goes. I've told you about Llewellyn and I go. Yeah and she goes they just. They just found herb like it took thirty years to have the person who killed her admitted that he killed her and find her body and like finally get closure. Okay so let's rewind time let's pivot let's talk about Roger Reese Kibi. So he's born in one thousand nine hundred one down in southern California and kind of from the get-go he has a hard life. His mom beats him. He's bullied in school. He has a stutter by the time he's a teen. He's arrested for petty theft. He's just kind of acting out and he's also just kind of being a general creep he gets caught prowling he's seen stealing women's bathing suits stockings When he gets a little bit older he moves to the bay area. He marries a real kind of battle. Axe Lady that's Kinda like his mom that's kind of overbearing. He makes and sells furniture for a living and becomes an avid skydiver. Okay as a side note. Roger's brother is reportedly a homicide detective up and talk all right. So that's Korea. There's some some people think that he picked his brother's brain for yeah skirt yellow that his brother was in on it but that he inadvertently. Kinda like gave them tips. Yeah Okay so John. Brown is Roger Kibi. And it's believed that Ellen was his first victim So the next known victim is Laura. He'd IC she's twenty one she lived a high High risk lifestyle She would sometimes sell Sell sex for money for drugs and she was seen getting into the car with a fifty year old guy on April twenty. First one thousand nine hundred six so big jump from nineteen seventy seven to nineteen eighty six Her bodies found months later off of I five in like southeast kind of Sacramento area. Her her clothes have been cut with scissors in a bizarre pattern in she was restrained with parachute cord and strangled with the clippings from her clothes. So then there's a little out of sequence because she was killed earlier but her body is not found till later so on July second Laura So this is after Laura before they found her body so they he makes a date with a sex worker in Pittsburgh California so not Pittsburgh Overrun East Coast but over here And her name is Barbara Ann Scott. She's twenty nine and she ends up. He like pays her to be with him for the whole night and he ends up strangling her with her own sweater and he hides her body under a tree on Antioch Golf Course then. A couple of weeks later on July fifteenth. He had Stephanie Brown. She's nineteen. Her car is found along. I five And her body was found in a drainage ditch and she just like the others had been raped strangled. Her hair was cut with scissors. He was cutting their hair in odd. Chunks was scissors. She had just been giving friends a ride home and they didn't really know why she would have pulled over and so later when they get Roger. Talking about this stuff. He gives them some excuses that they don't believe police think that he was impersonating a police officer and got her to pull over and then abducted her that way when they do that. Because you're supposed to pull over this one. This one's really scary. So on August Seventeenth Charmaine Sabra and her mom are driving home from shopping and there are going along. I five when their car breaks down so this dude pulls over and he's like hey are you guys okay. I'll give you a lift. City can make a phone call. But he's like this little sports car. That only has one other seat. So Charmaine is twenty six. She stays with the car. Her mom gets in the sports car. Her MOM GOES UP. The road with him makes a phone call. Nobody picks up so then mom comes back with the guy and he goes to like leave her there and then he's like all right well. You didn't get a hold of anybody I'll give you guys both awry but I can only do it one at a time. So then we'll take Sherman. She's got a little kid at home so then charmaine gets in the car. And she's never seen again. Oh my gosh. Isn't that heartbreaking? That one. I the so sad because you have no. You have no idea that like you just took your mom. Everything was fine you broke into all of. It's it's awful. It's a Good Samaritan. Just help it out. So then a couple of months later I think her body is found by hunters and same thing like she's been raped and strangled her closer. Cut Up Weird. He's cut her hair with scissors. So cops are starting to like okay. So He's they've picked up a name and now they've got the I five strangler and he's a known serial killer that's going up and down the five and he's either going after women in distress with their cars or sex workers that's kind of the Mo for them so they start setting up. These stings like okay. Let's get some female officers. Let's have them be with like hoods up on the cars so it looks like they're having trouble was try and catch this guy because he's just going to try to do this with a with a police officer. They don't catch him that way but they do catch Roger on just a regular old traffic violation and when he pulled him over the COP. Show like Oh. This guy looks so much like the composite. Sketch for the I five strangler and they take photos of his car and they let him go. I mean they can hold him on. I don't know Survivors that's where they're getting the composite so the mom because he let those Mama right so she spent a decent amount of time with him and then watched him away then Roger Abducts and kills Katherine Katherine Kelly Keno Nece. She's a twenty five year old sex worker from Sacramento. They find her body up near Lake. Barry then in September nineteen eighty-seven so I murder back in seventy seven. Now we're in eighty seven out of the prime of the now. It's just Dayglo and the eighties. So Roger Tries to abduct a sex worker downtown Sacramento but she fights him off and then she runs flags down a Cop. Go get them so now like pulled him over. He's just attacked a woman and in his car. They find kill kit that consists of handcuffs scissors like the Jacob so for the battery and solicitations so that they can get him in jail and they're like this is the I five strangler. Let's get the rest of this while he's locked up. We got eight months to figure this out so the first murder that they try them for is the murder of seventeen year. Old Darcy. Who who this is an oh. I wish you could try and say this one. I think her name is Franklin. Paul thirteen-year-old Darcy fracking poll. She had been a runaway and they found her body up near Lake Tahoe..

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"roger kibbe" Discussed on Killer Cocktails

Killer Cocktails

09:22 min | 6 months ago

"roger kibbe" Discussed on Killer Cocktails

"To life and then and then Laverne is sentenced to no less than ten years so no matter what she has to serve ten years. And then it's longer probably. Wow so all this is going on with Laverne and John and Keith. Ah seeing it in the news. And he's like hey headed that not fair. I want attention because I'm crazy. So during one of his truck routes he stops at a truck stop in. He writes a confession to Tanya's murder on the bathroom wall. Like he's squirrels and then to sign it. He signed it with a happy face. Happy face killer okay But the media doesn't report on this confessional in this bathroom wall and police just thinks it's whatever They're like oh it's one of John's France. I like get him out of jail so several months later at around ten PM on Thursday April Twelfth of Nineteen Ninety. Keith is a shopping center. Parking lot in Mount Shasta California if you've ever gone from Oregon down a California. You're going through. Shafts sat on top of that. Oh yeah you have so while? He's there an intoxicated. Woman comes up to him and she's like. Hey My name's gene. And she's carrying her six month old baby girl baby and they start chatting and Keith tells gene his full name and that he's a truck driver and he tells her where he's going next and other conversation eventually turned sexual and she gets into her car with her baby and drive to another location. they then park and gene starts performing oral sex on Keith. But then they get into an argument in Jeans. Staffs Nasty driven home. Keith is really angry at this point and he's trying to get her to finish and gene starts to fight back in. So Keith. Gets really physical and starts assaulting her he starts to strangle her but then ultimately he decides he doesn't want to also have to kill her baby so he takes her back to the shopping center and he pushes them out of the car Gene immediately goes to the police and tells them keys full name and nation because he gave her all of that and so police catch up with him in Corning California and they arrest him at gunpoint and so they take him in and he's able to convince them that it was all just a misunderstanding and nothing to see here folks and he's released from custody but Isn't she a little disheveled when she goes to police he like roughed up? Didn't he She may have been partaking in sex work at the time. Okay so at the time were taking her seriously Which is very disappointing. But despite this gene still files a sexual assault charge against Ki Ki Thea. But keep doesn't appear for court so a felony or a is issued more him so he's out driving his truck and he's a he's a free bird he's just living his life and then he goes to a way station in Iowa and they run his whatever whatever and then the police are like without Keith. We got you. But the Shasta County's a warrant is so weak that the charges reduced to a misdemeanor and the cost of extradition is too high so keith is eventually exonerated of all charges now So on August thirtieth of one thousand nine hundred to the body of a woman is found near Blythe California. She had been raped strangled and her name is believed to be. Claudia a month later in Turlock California. The body of Cynthia Lynn Rose was discovered and she was also struggled to death. Kice fourth victim Lori and Pendleton of Salem Oregon is found in November and she had also been raped and strangled to death six months later in July of nineteen ninety-three a Jane DOE is found in Santa Nella California. Police originally consider her death as a drug overdose. The later murder would be linked to Keith. So because he's just cruise and he's just a trucker so he's all over. Yeah so it's kind of kind of the profession no don't give them hints and traipsing feel like doing research on their own. They don't listen to this podcast. And then more than a year later in September nineteen eighty-four another Jane DOE is found in Crestview Florida and her name is believed to be a Suzanne. So it's about this time. That Keith is again getting antsy and being like why and anyone paying attention to me. So he starts to write letters to the media and police departments confessing to his murders starting with a six page long letter to the Oregonian which he reveals the details of numerous killings and he signs each letter with a smiley face and then the media starts referring to him as a happy feet healer and then in January of one thousand nine hundred five. Keith agreed to take a woman Angela. Surprise from Spokane Washington to Indiana in his truck and about a week into the trip. Angela apparently starts asking to dry faster because she wants this year. Boyfriend and Keith. Gets really annoyed about this. And so he ends up raping and strangling her to death. This is graphic He then straps her to the undercarriage of his trout and drives with her face down in order to make her body unidentifiable. Oh my God yeah and then two months later after murdering Angela. Keep us is that his longtime girlfriend mind you. He is still has children. And he's raising these children off and on and he's dating other women while this is happening longtime girlfriend. Julia and winning Ham is only. Oh He's like she's only interested in my money and so I can't have this and so on March tenth of Nineteen ninety-five and Wash Ogla a Washington. Keith meets up with Angela and strangles her to death. Her body is found and police start going down. The list of potential suspects. Obviously Keith Keith. Is Her boyfriend. So they're like zoos. So they bring Keith in for questioning. But he refuses to talk so they let him go. And then he attempts suicide twice but he's unsuccessful so he turns himself in hoping that the judge would go easy on his sentences sentencing and then while in custody Keith tells them all about the murders. He's he tells them all about the ones that I mentioned earlier. And then he's like and I might have also killed another one hundred sixty seven what But Keith would later recant. This confession all of it and then all of it. Yeah and then also a few days before the arrest. He wrote his lead a a letter to his brother. And any he confessed to eight of the killings and these killings are in California Florida Nebraska Oregon Washington and Wyoming. So he's like all over and then this leads to police in those areas reopening cold and then they start contributing more murders to him on a separate note on November twenty seventh nineteen ninety five more than four years after their conviction Laverne and John are released from prison. Since Keith confessed to the those two I now oh.

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"roger kibbe" Discussed on Alexa in Canada

Alexa in Canada

04:50 min | 7 months ago

"roger kibbe" Discussed on Alexa in Canada

"Prawo of us all right family games. I don't know how many of you have families. I have two teenage daughters as I mentioned And they are going a little stir crazy right now and so the questions will. What can we all do as a family? And we bid pretty creative. 'cause you know we're kind of isolated to our house in the area inside say we played more games in the last week than we probably have in the last year on. But I think there's also some voice experiences which are really great for families to play in. These are multiplayer games that allow whole family to sit down and have fun. One of the things highlights one of the things that I think is really unique about voice so if I play a game on my mobile phone on. It's just a one one experience me in that phone our meeting. They'll go in front of the xbox. Maybe a couple of players can do it but voice is inherently a social media and so games on voice our inherently social so games like word tennis on Alexa. I learned about that a week or two ago. talking to Larne Shea podcast I host fabulous really lots of Fun Song Quizzed by Volley. Everyone of all ages can enjoy that. Would you rather Or would you rather for families really really well done on simple stuff? We've all been playing that and most of childhood. It really is a fun thing to play with a family and really brings up. Some great conversation. Topics ought to do something. You can play actually around the dinner table and in finally trivial pursuit on Alexa. I always a big fan of trivial pursuit fun to do it. We of voice assistant so that something I really enjoy and I think that a full family could enjoy playing trivial pursuit. Okay learning you know I have found myself and many others and talking to people. We have a lot more time on our hands and we don't necessarily new know what to do with all this extra time being largely confined to our homes. So I think there's a great opportunity for us to embrace learning and educational learning new skills and fun things to help. Avoid boredom to help. Really you get a real sense of accomplishment meal learn. Something that certainly helps. Our mental health seeking US bixby to learn about Playing Guitar I love Skullcap. Make me smart. Which doesn't Daily Update and tells me some interesting facts and information. That's Alexa. I just discovered called learned something radio which is actually a curated set of podcast. They go out and find podcasts. About interesting topics in any go. Listen to the PODCAST. Skip between them. Not only great. Learn about a new things but I discovered several new podcasts. That they didn't know existed through that. So I encourage you to go check that out and then finally learning a language I think is always something. That's fun and practical. You know I'll tell you my own family we've been talking about. Hey we shall learn Spanish than when this is all over we can take the kind of trip of a lifetime down the South America in. What's beautiful about all the voice assistance if they translation capabilities built into them? So you know high speed. How do you say chair Spanish Alexa? Have you say cable in French etc? Great way when you're learning language that words just at the tip of your time trying to figure it out. Ask Your voices system. Have it help you? This is something else he can learn. And it's something I think it would be really good family activity to do and the voices system is there as a helper interject when he made that help. Their so. Lots of positivity I feel about learning and a great time to take advantage of this and take advantage of the many many voices assistant skills around learning kids when I can't hear I'm talking about younger. Kids aren't so Targeted towards teenagers. I think there's a lack of teenager. focused voiced experiences severe out there building voice experiences That is an untapped market in my opinion but anyway back to kids learning experiences for kids in using voice assistance there so one two three math really well now and a great way to learn. Brush up math as a kid. Multiple Mass and multiple division on bixby likewise. Great Way to do that. Others are really fun kids quiz on..

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"roger kibbe" Discussed on Alexa in Canada

Alexa in Canada

03:09 min | 7 months ago

"roger kibbe" Discussed on Alexa in Canada

"There's many more for adults If you're a senior so there's some workouts designed specifically for seniors a senior squat workout on Alexa senior workout on expe- on if you have kids off freeze dance is available on both. Alexa and bixby. Kids jump around and dance and the music stops made to freeze Anything you can to keep your kids busy right now. Is that advantage and misled some exercise as well as well as a really cute thing lexical animal workout that lets kids. Go and do these exercises. And pretend they're animals I actually did it myself. And GotTa Laugh at doing it. All right meditation and relaxation. So I you. I get pretty stressed if I go and I constantly hitting CNN look at these headlines and I looked at my 401k today and where those a little depressing but I mean I think the point being is that I mean finding ways to relax and these really stressful times is super important and using tools like meditation is incredibly powerful way to do that and the Nice thing is that our voice assistant have the ability to teach you how to meditate or give. You guided meditation lessons so head space available on Google and Alexa really really well known space really super well done on bixby. There's a meditation. Guided capsule cut mind bliss on Google just on Google Com. Another big big player in this kind of meditation and Mindfulness area has a presence there. Nicely done in point out guided meditation on Alexa. There's many many more of these but I think these are super powerful and a great way and you know you've gone looked at that for Allen's or read too many negative articles about what's going on to bring some mindfulness and some rounding yourself and just take a few minutes. Many of these are just a few minutes long to go and find some inner peace. Because that's so so important With what's going on right now okay. Slipping better okay. All those symptoms are most of my talked about can really interrupt your sleep and.

"roger kibbe" Discussed on Alexa in Canada

Alexa in Canada

07:05 min | 7 months ago

"roger kibbe" Discussed on Alexa in Canada

"Mental Health and pandemics. And how we can use various types of skills to help with the sense of loneliness and isolation and some of the mental health issues that are already starting to crop up When people are isolated. And so today for this podcast. I wanted to share with you his presentation now in his presentation he talks about many many different Amazon. Lexi skills skills that you can try. He also talked a little bit about Google actions n. Sampson bixby capsules. But there are a lot of lexi skills in fact probably more LEXI skills than any other technology that he speaks about. And so that's why I wanted to share this with you. I think there's a lot of great continent here that you can then go. You can enable these skills and hopefully you will find them useful with what is going on today the other thing. I WanNa tell you just before we jump into this presentation is that as you may or may not know. I have another flash briefing in addition to the voice in Canada flash briefing either flash briefing called health tips health despite voice I health and it is general health tips that how to live a more fulfilling life however more recently I have been transitioning and been focusing more on health tip specifically around the pandemic. So if you're looking for some practical short little tips that you can listen to and subscribe to then. I encourage you to check that one out health tips by voice. I health okay so with that said I'm excited to a jump into Roger. Qb's presentation here. It is and I'll make sure to have all the links to the LEXI skills that he mentions on the show notes page and I'll talk about that at the end. Okay here's the presentation's Great. Well thanks Terry. I really liked to think about this is I think. A Better Title from my talk would have been using voices since to help. Maintain our mental and physical health and these very very challenging times whom I really briefly I carry mentioned a developer Vangelis for Vive labs division. Samsung behind bixby on my twitter. Handle is at Roger Kibi. I just personally two daughters. I live and was raised in the San Francisco area. Uc Berkeley graduate actually have a degree in psychology by work intact so handsome my interest in mental health goes back to what my degree is back in school although I work day-to-day document bixby. This is all about. I'm GonNa talk a lot about Alexa. I'm GonNa talk about Google Assistant I'm GonNa talk about bixby. This is for the world of voice assistance this presentation. So what's happening? So two major things Rawal aware the traumatic event of coronavirus cove nineteen And Its impacts upon the world. In order to mitigate this in a flat in the curve for all asked to be social distancing really that's leading to social isolation for us so two major things are happening from a mental health perspective when you think of when a traumatic event there several issues that arrive People get stressed health issues arise. There's a feeling helplessness. Feeling OF PANIC SUBSTANCE ABUSE ARISE ARISES POST. Traumatic Stress Syndrome is a problem and in social isolation. Has its own mental health issues as well loneliness. Depression health issues anxiety substance abuse. So scientific term non kidding the layman term really have a kind of a double whammy from a mental health perspective going on. We're this horrible disease. Rampaging globally and the you know. The way to mitigate is is obviously isolate ourselves but in isolating ourselves. We also increase some of the challenges from a mental health perspective. And I just have a bunch of headlines from major news outlets there that you know this is not unknown. People are starting to talk about this and be concerned around this so the question I wanted to God answer is how can you use your voice assistant that you have in your home? Run your phone today to help with us and I have a bunch of areas by think voices could really help with some of these mental health challenges that are arising because up cove in nineteen and because the social isolation a raw feeling but first of all maintaining connection. I really liked what Terry said. what was it? Social were physically distancing. It's socially connecting. I thought that was fabulous in a great way to doing it and so I think about how can we socially connect well all voice assistance? Allow you to make phone calls and why that's important to give voice assistant. You're smart speaker is a far far better conference. Call tool in your phone. For instance signed encourage people is that but even more exciting and interesting to me is using video calling so I've been on a bunch of the zoom based virtual happy hours and it seems my life sits on zoom Mostar workweek on now. But you know I'm not GONNA ask my mother-in-law to learn how to use zoom on the other hand is she had a google device with the screen. It'd be a simple saying Alexa. Call my mother-in-law's name and then we could chat and it could be a video conference and we can all share that likewise google has the same way. Hey Google video call you have to set up do out there but I encourage people. I think it's a great way to stay. Connected is via these video calls or video conferencing. I think the very best and easiest way to do that in a non professional setting is quite frankly our voice assistance with streets because they have built-in and they made it so so very very easy to stay connected and that so critically important and we can't go out and interact the way we normally do with people on a day-to-day basis off stay connected stay connected with friends and loved ones music video calls to do that. Okay exercise so I think we all know that exercise is so important for us and frankly say I did not cooped up working from home now going two or three weeks on an. I'm not getting the exercise that I need and I think many of us aren't when we're sitting here working from home and we also know that exercise is really critical to our mental health. Sivy look the voice assistance there several experiences that can be used to really help and enhance us. Get us out and exercising. It just highlight. Someone's that I've used for..

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Voice Assistants, Mental Health, and Pandemics with Roger Kibbe

Alexa in Canada

04:42 min | 7 months ago

Voice Assistants, Mental Health, and Pandemics with Roger Kibbe

"Great. Well thanks Terry. I really liked to think about this is I think. A Better Title from my talk would have been using voices since to help. Maintain our mental and physical health and these very very challenging times whom I really briefly I carry mentioned a developer Vangelis for Vive labs division. Samsung behind bixby on my twitter. Handle is at Roger Kibi. I just personally two daughters. I live and was raised in the San Francisco area. Uc Berkeley graduate actually have a degree in psychology by work intact so handsome my interest in mental health goes back to what my degree is back in school although I work day-to-day document bixby. This is all about. I'm GonNa talk a lot about Alexa. I'm GonNa talk about Google Assistant I'm GonNa talk about bixby. This is for the world of voice assistance this presentation. So what's happening? So two major things Rawal aware the traumatic event of coronavirus cove nineteen And Its impacts upon the world. In order to mitigate this in a flat in the curve for all asked to be social distancing really that's leading to social isolation for us so two major things are happening from a mental health perspective when you think of when a traumatic event there several issues that arrive People get stressed health issues arise. There's a feeling helplessness. Feeling OF PANIC SUBSTANCE ABUSE ARISE ARISES POST. Traumatic Stress Syndrome is a problem and in social isolation. Has its own mental health issues as well loneliness. Depression health issues anxiety substance abuse. So scientific term non kidding the layman term really have a kind of a double whammy from a mental health perspective going on. We're this horrible disease. Rampaging globally and the you know. The way to mitigate is is obviously isolate ourselves but in isolating ourselves. We also increase some of the challenges from a mental health perspective. And I just have a bunch of headlines from major news outlets there that you know this is not unknown. People are starting to talk about this and be concerned around this so the question I wanted to God answer is how can you use your voice assistant that you have in your home? Run your phone today to help with us and I have a bunch of areas by think voices could really help with some of these mental health challenges that are arising because up cove in nineteen and because the social isolation a raw feeling but first of all maintaining connection. I really liked what Terry said. what was it? Social were physically distancing. It's socially connecting. I thought that was fabulous in a great way to doing it and so I think about how can we socially connect well all voice assistance? Allow you to make phone calls and why that's important to give voice assistant. You're smart speaker is a far far better conference. Call tool in your phone. For instance signed encourage people is that but even more exciting and interesting to me is using video calling so I've been on a bunch of the zoom based virtual happy hours and it seems my life sits on zoom Mostar workweek on now. But you know I'm not GONNA ask my mother-in-law to learn how to use zoom on the other hand is she had a google device with the screen. It'd be a simple saying Alexa. Call my mother-in-law's name and then we could chat and it could be a video conference and we can all share that likewise google has the same way. Hey Google video call you have to set up do out there but I encourage people. I think it's a great way to stay. Connected is via these video calls or video conferencing. I think the very best and easiest way to do that in a non professional setting is quite frankly our voice assistance with streets because they have built-in and they made it so so very very easy to stay connected and that so critically important and we can't go out and interact the way we normally do with people on a day-to-day basis off stay connected stay connected with friends and loved ones music video calls to do that.

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"roger kibbe" Discussed on The Voice Tech Podcast

The Voice Tech Podcast

14:08 min | 8 months ago

"roger kibbe" Discussed on The Voice Tech Podcast

"Fantastic. I'm very happy to be joined by at Russia. Kibi the senior developer evangelist at Vive. Labs Raja how're you doing? I'm doing great. Thanks so much for having me Carl. I really really admire your work and I listened to your podcast all the time. So it's nice to actually be on the PODCAST. Alliterative who give labs is so we're a subsidiary of Samsung. Actually Samsung acquired us. And really the brains behind the new bixby or some has become a big. Speak TO DOT O. All the core engineering behind bixby is done at vivid labs and man it is deployed on all those hundreds of millions of Samsung devices that are shipped yearly and really my job as a developer evangelist is to go out and find developers designers business partners and get them excited to build for bixby and introduce it to them and get them in our ecosystem and encourage them to build amazing voice experiences. Yeah absolutely I remember. I saw recently on stage at project. Voice giving a series of tutorials is very engaging and really gave me a good view of the platform. I have to say I and a number of the people have commented. How impressed we were at the level of development and the quality. That's gone into the phone. I didn't think people were expecting it to be as developed in well-thought-out as it really is so congratulations festival. It's really impressive. What was done? Thank you yeah. We'll probably get into a little bit but even know bixby is new the pedigree in the founders behind Vicks via been working invoices long just about anyone. So there's some advantage they are but yeah. I mean I think you saw me at a project voice. And then it's there and on social media on podcasts blogs etc getting people excited an interesting building for voice just brief history of me been. Samsung for about a year but been working voice for about three years because I did my invoice startup invoice consulting really my whole career though going back technology and has in retail has all been about taking technology and using it to empower people and empower people and then get out of the way when it needs to get out of the way men something that got me really really excited when I found voices attack is the best technology. I've seen both empower and get out of the way and hence I'm in. This industry relate to leverage that tech to build amazing experiences for people. Absolutely while said Senate way in a diamond to all the technical details of bixby. First of all you said. Obviously Vive labs are building the attack conversational attack for something. How did that relationship come about? How long ago did the two companies come together? Yeah so Samsung bought vivid labs which is actually founded by the founders of Serey. We can go to the history if you like but about three years ago but expe- The new bixby was not launched till late twenty eighteen. And you there wasn't a marketplace say marketplace that's a place for third party voiced applications. What we call capsules to be listed in enabled by Third Party developers till mid twenty nineteen so brand new but then I think a lot of what Samsung was trying to do was say. Hey we have all these hundreds of millions of devices we need to empower them with an AI and conversational assistant to make it easier and simpler to use those devices while indeed so maybe just a few details on that ecosystem than perhaps. I don't really appreciate the scale of Samsung. I know you guys do a lot more than just mobile phones could give some examples sure. Yeah this really blew me away when I joined Samsung. I didn't know there were big but not this bake right yes so just throw a few stats out at you and in talk a little bit more in detail so Samsung ships. Five hundred billion devices a year so we're the world's billion billion. We're the world's biggest. Smartphone manufacturer does pretty well known Russell. World's biggest. Tv manufacturer Y byd margin but he also build aside from. There's a lot of industrial products. Samsung does memory and chips and that we have a huge market share and appliances. We build smart watches. We build tablets so all of those combined those that five hundred million devices that are shipped yearly and our goal is to enable bixby on all of those whether it be television with a UI or an appliance that may have a screen or may not have screenings. Just empowered to be controlled by bixby while all five hundred million base being able to. What's the time line decide that yeah over the next eighteen months to two years but okay? That's pretty aggressive. So and that's a huge vision as well and we should stress that this is why developing the experience such a massive opportunity because it really is an international company that covers all different types of devices that I can allow the customer to use this kind of assistant throughout the day whether they are at work in the car on the move working out. That's really one of the key. Parts to developing an ecosystem. I think is being with the customer. Each point in day so that they can have these experiences that move through these different phases of activity and something is one of the few places unique position to be able to offer this and that of course is a huge opportunity for developers. Yeah I think when the industry likes to call ambient computing but I just like to use common terminology and say hey bill walk in my house or walk into my home or walking on my car and start talking to it and get something done and that may be something simple get some information or complete some command or maybe a more complex task or something do over a period of time. But I should just build talk to my technology and I shouldn't have to worry about where it is. And that's really a paradigm difference in interacting with our tech right. I opened my phone to go do it. I sit in front of a Web Browser Mike. Computer to go do things and I think voices is a huge unlock. And we're really kind of at the start of that as we enable voice on all these additional devices is start thinking about all the opportunities they are. I like to call our device. Ecosystem will a beyond the smart speaker. Although we have announced a smart speaker I that amazing amazing voice experiences building smart speakers but I think as you think about all the additional devices that will be voice enabled you think about a bunch of new and exciting experiences. There's devices like the TV that I'm particularly excited about building experiences for so we always like to say we're so early in the voice tech industry and I think this is indicative of it is what ourselves are going to do hardware and frankly what. Our competitors and other companies do hardware to kind of voice enable everything and then kind of open up the creativity for developers and designers to build some really amazing experiences. The frankly just make our lives as humans that are easier faster and make it easier to opt technology empower us. Yeah fantastic absolutely share that vision. You did mention the smart speaker and I think I saw some online line. This week. It's going to be released in Korea. Is it this way or this month? The speaker yeah so I can't go into a lot of details frankly about the smart speaker but it is at least in Korea initially and there are future plans. Who are. I have to leave it at that. You're leaving all right. Well it's it's coming soon. Anyway that's going to blurt wide open when you guys got your own devices. Well because the moment coding and Testing Calcio's is limited to what the smartphone and the simulator. Online I guess on the develops a studio. Yeah so I mean you can build said to be clear right now. In the smartphone you can build test and deploy and get it out to end users you can currently build and test for television a watch and a smart appliance. Our refrigerators that have screened built into them however there isn't an end user marketplace. So you can build a TV experience a TV capsule but you can't currently deploy it because there's no end user marketplace for users to deploy that the music you've got some TV you can't install that nobody could find out well. There's fix me is installed in Samsung TV. But it's a really base experience. What not a lot of all the full feature capsules a naval high so both third party capsules in the way we treat a lot of our first party. Capsules is essentially very similar to third party capsules and so the experience bixby on the TV or an appliance now is pretty darn limited when we enable with the marketplace it'll open up a bunch of additional features there but yeah so we're on the cusp. Yeah all those devices have more. Yeah that's it so we're really on the cusp of it. Really blown wide open once. There's marketplace's drop. Let's run through some of the unique features of bixby. Then you just mentioned some of the devices that support while about the speech to text. I know it's an inherently multi-modal was wild when you could go into some of those aspects. Yeah so I think if you WanNa talk about what's unique about bixby clearly. The device ecosystem is kind of the biggest thing but the other thing is. I like to say it heroically multi-modal. We did mention the speaker so we will ship devices. That don't have a screen. But it's a fair assumption to say that most devices that have been able on them will be multi-modal in have a screen which is really really different than our competitors. You know you hear about with Alexa. And Google. I hear about some are five or ten percent of third party developers and seeing their metrics. There's a screen enabled whereas right now bixby one hundred percent. That's GONNA change over time but it still going to be a large percentage and so really means there's a bit of a different design paradigm. If you know the screen is going to be there you can definitely take advantage of the screen. And so I think when you think about designing for voice only versus voice plus a screen you need to think about different design paradigm if a screen as they're that let's face it some voices great. It's great at input is rather a just okay at best kind of output medium in Salt Lake. Is those experiences where you use voice for what is powerful at which is as an input medium but you use a. Ui will what is really good at. Which is output medium and Mary? The two together. Yeah absolutely have to point out the window developing the UI as while that's different layouts for different devices right so you might allow for tablet or smartphone will be different to watch which different to that thorough. Fridge I go and this whole range of devices. So how does the develop a manage that is that ultimately donald developer have the headache every time having to develop into your life? All these different formats. Great Question I'm yeah. So we have a U. I. Framework called Bixby views. And it's really cleverly designed to say hey if you build right now for instance most developers right now are building for the phone and now you want to support the TV or the watch. What you do is just add. A line is a configuration violence. A Hey I want to support the TV. I want to support the watch and Bixby. Views is pretty darn good at rendering a. Ui across everything from a watch to a TV and making it look good and so just out of the box one mine. It's enabled and I will say the absolutely have the ability to customize that per device and pretty fine grain about it it really gets down to how extensive you're you I is and how complicated it is the more complex. Ui Probably GonNA require a little more tweaks for instance between the TV and watch. I use this example extremely different and he has experience but we're pretty proud mixed views as far as many many things even things that we have internally built we go enabled it for the TV on. It's like wow it's eighty or ninety percent they are and there's a little bit tweaks organizes one hundred percent there. A lot of engineering effort went behind that to enable that to scale across all those devices and we think that's so important because we're going to develop all these devices. It can't be hard for a developer with. I said he just not going to enable if if it is difficult than I think it worth it. How many people are really going to use on a fridge? I just went over the files. It's automatic. It's kind of really is that that'd be choosing not to enable all devices they'd have to have a good reason to not enabler as opposed to a good reason to enable. It's really like I think that's fantastic. Everything that all the conversations I've been having over the past year. Everybody seems to be on board without vision. Now that it's inherently multi modal is a voice. I voice forward but there's always going to be a screen involved. What about cloud versus edge is purely clouds by system? At the moment he had good question securely cloud now we're certainly looking at the edge and opportunities there. I'll save myself personally. I find his You know there's a lot of talk about edge computing and kind of coming back into vogue in the same time. There's a lot of talk about five G. And they're almost in conflict with each other because the promise of five G. is like Super Low Latency Sumer high bandwidth. You can do everything in the cloud and the promise of edges Super Low. Latency do everything in age which obviously also privacy enhancing when nothing five G. is privacy enhancing. But I think it's going to be an interesting battle between those two and in the end they're both enabling technologies will see what happens but to answer your question directly we are cloud only right now but certainly are looking at opportunities and the ad wrote..

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"Others this year so we're excited about people that did it last year. Have you found that they continued it since they kind of started and felt pretty comfortable with it. Yes so that's always a risk about these types of events right is like and you guys know because you're in that business to like what's a real. Roi for the people not just from a networking standpoint because there's value in a networking standpoint. But then when you look at like did they just take notes and then kind of go back into their daily grind or did they actually apply their knowledge. So I'm really really happy to say that the many people who attended the conference reached out some me personally after. I'll give you ones I'll give you two specific examples. One being a client a Web web client at the time who attended our voice conference really knowing not that much about voice challenging us to build a skill on Alexa that has a the video component of visual component. So thanks to her. I learned a pl right so I learned so yeah like double benefit of the conference right right and then another one another small business owner that wanted to build a quiz you know To help his ECOMMERCE clients find the right product for them based on their lifestyle choices so then I had to learn you know the logic and the capture and all of that so yeah very very cool on both sides. That's that's good to hear. And I liked that workshops out at you're taking king because like you said most people go they take notes very passive is going to be able to build something that you understand how to do and then continue. Obviously they have to be consistent. But that's extremely mainly helpful. Yeah well thank you. That's that's our style right like we like getting ask questions by our clients and then we turn that into content. That can help everybody so. That's our content strategy and then our business development strategy has been just have like ten to fifteen person workshops and in helping them do stuff like facebook business manager Google analytics Google ads stuff in wordpress and so the voice one superfund though because nobody nobody nobody really knows what to do. So we're learning and they're learning and yeah the workshop styles just us and that's why we can pull it off. I think if we tried to do something much bigger or you have a bunch of keynotes and stuff. I just don't think we'd be as good at it right well and I think it's good to stick to what you do. Well we're doing you know. So how is Nashville Asheville in Chattanooga here for project voice had a Nashville and Chattanooga differ. How are they saying when it comes to technology as a whole invoice technology our people a lot of companies as within both Nashville is very in my opinion established especially in the healthcare space and the business services space? There's some brilliant companies in Nashville that are like You know diamonds in the rough basically because they're so established. I don't WanNa say say. They're stuck in their ways but there are very strategic about like what new types of things that they want implement and there they really need to be proven why they need to go. Oh into a specific space. So that's actually why we're data driven design. I won't get into the long story but like just having to prove so hardcore that they need to do something and so as I understand. But that's good about Nashville right like that's very positive because then when somebody makes an investment into that like you know that they're invested so oh voice in Nashville was not surprisingly hard. It was a hard sell to get people to pay attention to it. And now that there's some momentum it's GonNa still still always be a hard sell to like get them to try it but it's happening Chattanooga the home of project voice seems to be more open minded initially about like embracing new technology and they both that they have the fastest Internet country. Nashville I can. I am from Tom Springhill and Thomson Station. Which is like twenty minutes south of Nashville very very slow Internet so two differences? I think Chattanooga's may be a little bit more willing to to try different things. Faster Internet then Nashville right interesting. Yeah no that definitely helps. What have you learned from being here at project voices? They're kind of a common theme that you're seeing within voice whether it's from the development side design side or what there's way more than I ever thought existed in Boyce way more like I've been sort of heads down on building voice APPS and so my mind has been on getting clients on Alexa and Google and and then being here I'm like holy crap like there's way more than that these these assistance like the custom assistance. That brands are building. Aren't even they don't have anything to do with Alexa. Google but then they that brand will have an Alexa skill or Google action that will basically be like the top of the funnel. Maybe you you know. And so. That's super interesting to me. And then if I didn't know anything about Bixby I didn't I don't know anything about bixby. Joe Wallis CTO at data driven designed. He's he's funny. We were in the keynote this morning and he does this thing like sorry for the listeners. You can't see me but he does. This thing really puts both of his hands on his and I know he's like going into like processing mode like he's processing he's really thinking in in like fifty percent of the time he'll verbalize what he's thinking and the other fifty percent he'll go back and do what he was doing and so he does this thing where he's like and then he looks up at me and he goes Paul. I think everything about myself and the way that I've ever done anything thing in the way that I'm going to continue to do anything in my life just completely changed based on that team. That's a shout out to them and talking talking earlier with another guest you know so Amazon Alexa and Google assistant and bixby's still fairly new. And so you know really a push for them to push the marketing You know and Roger. Roger Kibbe at labs working with them is doing a great job of expressing the creativity and the third party development and being places like this to to teach more about it. So it's great to hear that. There's there's an interest. There's an excitement for people on the technology and development side. Yeah I think you bring up a good point. I mean Amazon Google and Samsung mad props to them coming to events like this and even they they all walk the talk like they're they're giving developers the I think the most access that I've ever seen anything and it's really cool for enterprise level of biggest companies in the world to be here at an event like this and giving developers access to their platform and like really caring about the Development Community. It's really cool. Yeah I was telling someone earlier you know last night Google had them speaking and they gave out an email and then it goes to one guy and I was like. That's amazing. You know you really are here with the pioneers and the people starting out and you know in ten years. It'll be amazing to see what happens. Absolutely I love it. It's so good work. The people are more about your connect with you go to data driven dot design. That's our website and the Nashville Voice Conference Dot Com so Nashville Voice Conference Dot com data driven dot design perfect. Thank you so much I appreciate it. Thank you for listening to the inside voice podcast. We greatly appreciate appreciate you being a part of our community. And if you enjoyed this episode or you like the Podcast we would love it if you would subscribe follow like share. Leave a review of the show. Joe 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. I at M. O. D. E. 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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