35 Burst results for "Voice"
Every Symbol of American Patriotism Is Under Attack
"Was reading an article this morning online from The New York Times entitled redesigning America's flag. What if we redesigned the American flag? Why not? And so a lot of woke people came up with different designs for the American flag 6 different takes. On old glory. They want to redesign the American flag. It suggests this article suggests, and I need to apologize to you because the other day there was a conversation about the the him lift every voice and sing. As an appropriate pregame anthem if you will, it's often referred to as the black national anthem. It's a beautiful Sean. And I told you that I didn't have that big a deal with it. And a lot of people were offended and I was ready for that. I figured you might be. I just felt like it wasn't that big a deal because it wasn't replacing the national anthem. It was going to be played or it is being played before the national anthem. But there is only one national anthem. And when I read about idiocy like redesigning the American flag I'm reminded that every symbol of patriotism every act of expressing our love of country. Everything that we believe in America as Americans is under attack. Then there should be no wiggle room. At sporting events, either. There should only be one Nash anthem.
Former Police Officer Brandon Tatum on His New Book 'Beaten Black and Blue'
"Kirk show with us is a good friend of mine and a great American brand and Tatum. Brandon, welcome back. What's up, Charlie? How are you doing? You have a new book coming out, or momentarily, I guess, you can say people can pre order it and they should beaten, black and blue, tell us about it. Yeah, so I wrote a book about policing in America, you know, not many people are writing about these things, and not many police officers have the voice and a platform to be able to speak on their behalf. And so I said, you know what? I want to write this book, and this is a book that was in my heart when I was a police officer. Several years ago. And I said, you know what it's a time and place that I'm going to write the book and defend law enforcement officers to spare myths of police coming from slave patrols and, you know, what is police brutality versus not? What is going to be the real effect of defunding the police? And I interview 5 police officers that are incredible men who've served all across the country and I think it's an incredible book for people that want to hear the voices of police officers and hear an articulable response to some of the
The 4 Pillars of Gaslighting as Used by the Leftist Misinformation Machine
"And misinformation can exist without gaslighting okay Gaslighting What is gaslighting You hear the term a lot but not a lot of hosts explain what it is Gaslighting is a very specific thing Do I still have that movie Someone sent me the movie gaslight is blamed off of a listener It's based off sorry not blame though Sorry it's been a long weekend And I was looking through my creative listener stuff they sent in almost lost my IFB too Then I wouldn't be able to hear Jim That would be a tragedy But gaslighting is this By the way sound familiar We're talking about the media It's number one lying Media does that all the time Second lying often Media does that all the time too Third you have to have all these things Lying confidently confidently And then fourth isolating people from the truth so they never see it Gaslighting is getting people to believe in alternate reality Things that aren't real are real And the only way you can get them to do that based on the movie gaslight is lie lie often lie confidently and isolate them from the truth Now do you see why the leftist misinformation machine And the whole cat lady liberal funded Soros Aspen institute nonsense where they try to silence conservative voices Do you understand why they're so critical to the misinformation gaslighting machine Because we are the truth And if we're allowed to exist gaslighting you need all of those four components you will never get to people to believe that an alternate reality where Kyle rittenhouse is a domestic terrorist white supremacist with a short barreled rifle across state lines and murdered black men That story is factually inaccurate Only idiots believe it Well how do you create idiots Lie them Lie to them often Why confidently And isolate them
You Can't Even Crack a Joke Without Getting Cancelled
"And people have tried to mischaracterize me. And I think I've almost leaned into it. I've said like, I don't care if you want to be that way. If you want to be that shallow and that cancel, that's an ugly word, but I've just coined it right that down. I just coined it. If you want to be that cancel, I don't know what to do. And so I think half the time I'll even tweet stuff just to troll people because you can't you can't even crack a joke. I mean many times I've said stuff giving speeches or wherever clearly as a joke and some pious journalist has quoted it as though I said it seriously. So we've gone through the looking glass. It's madness. And if, you know, I think anybody reads what I write. I mean, the new book that I have called is atheism dead. And the book that just came out in February, which is a literary memoir of my life and my coming to faith and where can people order these books? Eric went to access dot com. Let me mention, by the way, if you don't mind, let me mention my website. Eric metaxas dot com. And but I just thought to myself, I thought to myself, we're living in such weird times, but the more people who would lean toward Trump were attacked, the more upset I got because I said, look, I know I'm against racism and I'm against whatever you would accuse me of so you can accuse me of those things, but the fact that you're accusing the unwashed people who created this country and saying that they're this and they're that. It just feels really dark to me and I'm not going to stand for it. And sometimes I felt myself becoming like a little bit of a voice for those people. And I literally thought, listen, if one offer can give his life for what he believes in, I can give up my career or the well wishes of some woke vanilla in Wheaton or something like that. I mean, I just believe that I'm at a point in life where I really have to worry about what God thinks of what I do and what I say, that's all I can care about, and they're going to be people who are going to get what I'm trying to do and the people who won't. And all I can say is, I know that I stand before God. And I know that I care what he thinks. If you aren't convinced of that, I can't help you. But I know that those I mean, people really know me know that. So we are living through bizarre
U.S. 'deeply concerned' about missing tennis star Peng Shuai as pressure mounts on China
"An employee of Chinese state TV has posted photos of missing tennis stopping sway the move comes as more more people love voicing concern over twice disappearance also she accused a senior leader of sexual assault the photos appeared on Twitter the state TV employee right that paying it pasted them herself on the WeChat message service China's ruling Communist Party is under increasing pressure to prove that paying is safe and able to speak freely Pang disappeared shortly after posting a statement on social media accusing former vice premier Zhang Gowdy forcing her to have sex with him despite repeated refusals the controversy is politically or quit as the Chinese capital prepares
United Airlines Pilot Placed on Unpaid Leave After Being Granted Exemption From Vaccine Mandate
"I am going to be joined in this segment by captain sherry walker and captain Dave Morgan of airline employees for health freedom. They happen to be United Airlines pilots, and they are pretty good at what they do. 7 87 international 7 67, these guys are experts. They keep us safe. They make the skies friendly. They get us from point a to point B and now they are going to tell us their story about their experience with these vax mandates that have been spreading across the country. There is news today that osha has now at least temporarily sidelined this plan of vax mandates, pending circuit court, judgments that have fully put a stop to it, at least for the time being. So we're going to keep monitoring that. Dave Morgan, thank you so much for joining us, captain sherry walker. Thank you so much for joining us. Tell us a little bit about what you guys have been going through the floor is yours. I've got some tape, by the way, that we can play at some point in the segment of the CEO of United. I know you're not speaking on behalf of United here, but I do have, I think it's partner to what we're discussing. So I do want to get to that, but tell us what you've been going through. Tell us a little bit about your background. Are you guys getting paid right now? I went on unpaid leave a week ago on Friday. I'm a pilot for United Airlines. I was hired in continental airlines in 1998, so I've been here 23 and a half years. We've spent many years out in the island of Guam for Micronesia and three years ago, just before the pandemic, we moved from Guam to the great state of Arizona, and I'm on a fly 7 87 out of San Francisco. Pandemic came down the pipe and we pressed on. We are the front lines that we're willing to do whatever it took. What we are team of many, many people, and I'm just representing I'm a voice representing thousands who I wish also could have this opportunity to speak. But we work through this thing. And with a really can do cooperative spirit of let's get through this because I was also a pilot during 9 11. I remember that vividly. We worked through that. And then suddenly, on the back side of this, here comes this vaccine mandate. And those of us who pressed on and made the wheels turn airplanes fly, the people who were able to fly for point a to we were there to get them there. And all of a sudden, Scott Kirby says, we're not safe anymore. You're done. So as of last Friday, I've been placed on unpaid leave, and they've basically cut my cord. I have no insurance, no benefits. I can't retire. I have no access to anything. They have shut me down and to make it worse. I can't pass travel. I can't even jump seat on other airline jump seats. So I'm scrambling right now to see what I'm going to do with insurance. I have three boys, 12, 16 and
FBI and Merrick Garland Are Making School Parents Public Enemy No. 1
"This is the division this country You stand up and you stand up for your kids your terrorists their domestic tears The FBI will in fact watch you We will monitor you We will treat you like you are a terrorist Jim Jordans who are the whistle on this earlier He was talking about just how bad things are In this country when you have an FBI that's now targeting parents This is the new normal now right Target parents their public enemy number one They're the ones that you should be afraid of They're the ones That are evil They're the ones that we treat like Al-Qaeda Yes like Al-Qaeda This whistleblower that has come forward Has put forth emails refuting the attorney general Garland on the FBI monitoring of school board threats Now what is their definition of a threat if you raise your voice Apparently that means your domestic terrorist now Yeah major domestic terrace if you just raise your voice And talk about why you're so angry about what the school boards are doing in America That's all it takes now bam You're on a list My question is how do you get off the list once you're on the list
CNN's Chris Cuomo and 660AM The Answer's Mark Davis Have a Civil Conversation
"But these guys on CNN are hard to hard to stomach. And yet there can be moments of civility and disagreement without really being disagreeable. Last night, Mark Davis, morning host on 6 60 a.m. the answer in Dallas appeared again with Chris Cuomo to talk about the Kyle rittenhouse case. Here's how it went. Let's bring in conservative radio host Mark Davis from 6 60 a.m. the answer in Dallas Fort Worth. It's good to see you. Not to seem prejudicial, but one step sideways. This is Veterans Day. Your father would have been 90 years old. He was a 20 year vet in the air force. Thank you for his service and thank you family for it. Man, thank you guys for you and the staff are clearly reading why Twitter feed on a number of levels. And I so appreciate it. Thank you, Chris. All right. Well, we're human first. Now let's have the discussion here. Do I have it right that you don't believe rittenhouse should be on trial that you believe he did the right thing going there? And that he did the right thing in the face of imminent threat of his own life. Now that I've seen the evidence and what a crazy thing that is waiting to see the evidence I strongly encourage it, I believe this does belong on the list of events where and you'll see them often, where something happens. Somebody's in their home. They take some action in self defense. A number of things that speak of self defense. And the authorities look at this and they say, you know, this really does look like self defense and maybe we don't even prosecute in this case. I believe this smacks of exactly that, and you are also correct in giving voice to my suggestion that in taking just 48 hours to reach this decision that this prosecution, which is clearly flailing is absolutely responding to the streets of Kenosha, which were demanding and a lot of voices, many of whom you've been hearing tonight or just demanding this kid's head on a platter because to not do so would seem to be insensitive to the Jacob Blake
MSNBC and CNN Never Report on High Black-on-Black Crime
"Slaughter takes place in this country every night particularly on the weekends especially on our inner cities it is a horrific fact Black on black crime It is horrific Those of the statistics And in Chicago 50 people were shot last week and did you know that mister producer 50 50 Like it's a war zone in Afghanistan or Iraq or something like 50 people were shot And most of them were black And you hear almost nothing So why are all the focus on Kyle rittenhouse America Why all the focus on Kyle rittenhouse CNN and MSNBC enjoy read Why not some focus on other shootings and killings that have taken place Why is this reached Such a pitched voice
Climate march keeps up pressure on leaders at U.N. summit
"Hundreds of protesters have taken to the streets of Glasgow and London calling on world leaders and cop twenty six the Goshen ages to take swift action to curb climate change when you start shooting slogans and waving C. the billionaire with Amy Ferguson is hopeful cop twenty six will yield results when you see the amount of people who are really taking this issue seriously honor and on to the streets taking issues in the trade union so E. optimistic I think I think the green of changes is there well London protest medical activist Zainab Kaba says citizens are out in big numbers to make their voices heard on key environmental issues it's a good opportunity to make politicians to listen to what the population wants what the people in the everyday people one and we just want hundreds of demonstrations and marches taking place around the world to Charles de Ledesma London
Florida Congressman Byron Donalds Discusses Tuesday Night's Election Results
"It's inspiring to see voices that represent conservatism that represent the Republican Party. I mean, we're seeing we're seeing people emerge with clarity and with passion and congressman Byron donalds is a great example of that. He's a congressman from Florida. He represents Florida's 19th congressional district, and he has been so spot on regarding the failed policies of the left and the Democrats real pleasure to welcome congressman Byron Donald to the Mike Gallagher show. Congressman, I don't know about you, but it feels like a wave of sanity is starting to blanket the country. I got to believe you're as ecstatic as the rest of us with the results of Tuesday's election. Well, first, let me just say what happened in Virginia. What happened in New Jersey, you know, even though we felt a little bit short in school boards all across the country, the police movement in Minneapolis, watching all these things from the radical left go down in flames. Frankly gave me hope because it's very clear that our country continues to be a center right country. It's very clear that voters of all demographics and all socioeconomic stripes are small fee conservatives. And it's interesting to see that the Democrats can run these crazy campaigns but literally look at certain all he did was talk about Donald Trump and try to call Glenn Duncan for racism. That's all he tried to do. And it was so wonderful to see the people of Virginia just reject that, reject what's going on by these school boards in our classrooms, reject these vaccine mandates and reject a simple common sense, conservative public safety issues. It was great to see if both of all for
How Should Republican-Led States Fight OSHA's Vaccine Mandate for Businesses?
"So the osha rule is now in place by January 4th you must comply, we won't comply. We're going to sue. These employers that are just abiding to this stuff, it's just an indictment of how weak parts of the country have become. There's some good appeals that are being kind of put forward. But this private sector, federal government private sector rule is unprecedented. Not to mention it conflicts with state laws, so some states such as Texas Montana have laws that ban COVID-19 vaccine mandates by private employers. Osha said the federal rule takes precedence over conflicting state laws. So here's what needs to happen. We've talked about this a lot. Any Republican governor that can hear my voice, you should say the federal osha has no jurisdiction over our employers, thanks for playing. That's simple. Nullify it. It's immoral, it's unconstitutional. It's evil, protect your voters, tell the federal government, go find somewhere else to go poke around. The same way that Portland Seattle, San Francisco, Philadelphia, New York, past sanctuary city laws, every Republican governor right now needs to pass a sanctuary freedom law for vaccines. Right now, sign an executive order, tell osha, you are not welcome in our state. You are not going to be talking to our employers. That's it. So why is it that they're able to pass sanctuary city laws in Seattle and Portland in San Francisco, but our Republican governors are afraid to protect their voters and their constituents from vaccine mandates? Why are Republicans afraid to do that? Well, Montana and Texas aren't. And I know the governor of Montana Greg gianforte he's a good man. And I think he's going to step up and do the right thing. I really
GOP state officials push back on employer vaccine mandate
"Dozens of lawsuits are already being filed against president Biden's upcoming mandate that larger employers require employees to be vaccinated against Kobe nineteen or face weekly testing attorneys general for about a dozen GOP led states have announced that they will work to block the labor rule from taking effect January fourth south Carolina's Alan Wilson called it garbage and unconstitutional North Carolina senator Richard Burr spoke out against mandates back away from mandates and instead use your platforms to educate encourage informed the daily wire a conservative media company has filed a challenge already in federal court as did companies in Michigan and Ohio but the Biden administration is voicing confidence it does have the right through OSHA to enforce workplace safety rules Jackie Quinn Washington
Biden Blames Election Woes on Everyone and Everything — But Not Himself
"Biden is deflecting. He doesn't know what to, he doesn't know where he is. And he was asked yesterday, I got to give him credit. He didn't pull a joy read. He didn't take the day off. At least he faced Peter doocy, at least he took some questions and listened to the way he deflects and fails to take responsibility. The buck is supposed to stop with him. But not this guy. Do you think that Terry McCullough would have won if your agenda had passed before election day? Well, I think we should have should have passed before election day. But I'm not sure that I would be able to have changed the number of very conservative folks who turned out and the red districts who were Trump voters, but maybe maybe. No, I know we did, but we also I was running against Donald Trump. Is it that incredible, you know, they blame Trump when they lose, they blame Trump for everything. They blame Trump for COVID. They blame Trump for everything. It's like they need him. It's like it's their oxygen. And they are reminded when he acknowledges Trump supporters, the Trump has a very, very powerful voice in the party and in the country.
Virginia Gubernatorial Election Proves Republicans MUST Vote
"We had a rebounding. Let's go Brandon across America last night and it just goes to show how important it is to get out and vote have a fantastic day. It was a bad night for Brooklyn. Brandon had a very, very bad night. America, the rest of America had a great night. And she's so right. May this put to bed once and for all. Any talk of staying home because you're afraid of the potential for cheating. I get it. I'm every bit as cynical as you are. I'm not very confident about the outcome in New Jersey. A lot of corruption in New Jersey. I get it, but doesn't Virginia prove doesn't Minneapolis prove. Does it the New York City council victories, the victory in Ohio, the victories and I mean, all over the country. There was a red wave. Understand and a wave of sanity. You must vote. We got a flood the polls. If it isn't close, they can't pull off the cheat, and we will win. And last night should silence once and for all. Every last one of those people who like to call radio shows, and I don't want to vote anymore. I didn't like the way I don't like that Biden one. I think they cheat, not knock it off. I've been saying it all along and I think for once and for all, that voice of malcontent gets to be silenced.
Tucker Carlson's 'Patriot Purge' Documentary Draws Ire
"Tucker Carlson has the highest rated cable news to show in the country. And he is enormously successful. And he has a documentary that as you just heard is has compiled interviews with different participants, journalists, opinion makers, actual clips from Joe Biden, George W. Bush. I mean, this is what documentary filmmakers do. I don't hear anybody getting all hysterical over the documentary four hours at the capitol. That had a point of view that showed the siege of the capitol from a particular vantage point. For example, the filmmakers of that documentary that's occurring currently airing on HBO Max, it doesn't even show it shows Trump speaking at the capitol that day, and they edited out his remark that I know you'll be peacefully protest. Remember what he said that they never include? I know that everyone here will soon be marching over to the capitol building to peacefully and patriotically make your voices heard. They never include that, and they didn't do that at four hours of the capital. You know why? Because that doesn't
Terry McAuliffe Doubles Down on His Anti-Parent Stance
"Terry mcauliffe, former governor. Lifelong Democrat hack. He's a Democrat, lifelong politician if there ever was one. He stood out the publicly stood up and said, parents shouldn't have a say in their child's curriculum. And somehow he thinks that's acceptable. In fact, over the weekend on TV on meet the press, he doubled down. Left hands with parents who should be left to the school boards and others who do this every single day and focus on it. They would argue that you are proud of everybody clapped when I said it. I understand that but they would say this is not about banning a book. This is about informing parents that a book may have some material that not all parents will be crazy about. We should let you know that your kid is going to be dealing with this material. I mean, he's telling they clap for me when I said it. That's desperation. And incidentally, it shows how out of touch he is. You understand, he's defending his belief that parents should have no voice in their child's curriculum. Hey moms and dads of Virginia, are you paying attention? You want that guy to be your governor? You want that guy to run your state?
GOP Voters See Youngkin as Chance to Reverse Party Course
"Morning. Good morning, mister young, and good to have you back. Good morning, you. How are you? Good. Your voice, I went down with the fetching misses Hewitt to listen to you on Saturday morning. We were surprised that there are a thousand Republicans and old town period. They all showed up, but I heard your voice and my wife turned to me, said I've heard your voice that way. You've been talking too much. So I gather, you've got crowds everywhere you're going according to The New York Times. Cue the crowds have been huge everywhere we're going. And yes, we've done 50 events in the last ten days. Wow. And I'm not going through adolescence again. But we're working every day to keep everything together. Yeah, Glenn young and if you're finishing with thousands of people at every rally according to The New York Times and poor old Terry mcauliffe, can't get ten people in a room. What's that tell you about this race? Well, we got huge momentum. It's really fun to see everybody come together across Virginia. And here what's been most amazing is it's Republicans, it's Democrats, it's independence. It's folks from all walks of life. I mean, the polls show it, we're winning. We're winning independents by double digits every event we have. I have people streaming in saying glad we're Democrats. We've never voted for a Republican before. We're voting for you. We've been in the Latino vote. We've been endorsed by organizations that have never endorsed Republicans before the Hampton roads black caucus. It is so great to see unity. It's so great to see everybody coming together and the momentum is huge. And you're right, that event announced that Andrea was something else. I thought there'd be 25 or 50 people. We had to code it on. And there were so many people. I thought I was going to say hi to you. Not a chance. There was a CF people and people. This is like the middle of New York City in Virginia. You can't you can't expect the Republican to barnstorm in Alexandria two days before an election. But Glenn young did. Yeah, and we're done. We just finished a big swing through southwest Virginia the crowds were huge. There's a red sign everywhere. It is really, really fun to watch this happen. You know, you it's no longer a campaign. It's a movement. It's a movement being led by parents. It's a movement being led by virginians and on this ballot on one side of it is Terry mcauliffe and his big government control and his desire to have parents separated from their children by government and on the other side as Virginia. In my name, but it's virginians and it is so so awesome to watch this
"voice" Discussed on VOICE Global 2021
"Did they start how to. Mcdonald's start looking at voice when it comes to the k. also ended up mon ching <unk>. An alexa skill. Tell us a little bit about jenny. Yes show so you think you're looking voice in the market has kind of been key. Things may not always try and keep quite close to technology and and trends and a dining anyone could ignore. How how much voices grinder the last few years especially. I'm not percents <hes>. People use voice. Assistant where is on a small firing or high. I am so it was. It was something that we have to look into a and b <unk>. That emerging trend says really exciting for us about a kind of dig into voice. Eloy can date for us today but then trying to build a right map for the future as well. Well just thinking a little bit about roy. Bap as we say voices definitely maturing. I think i would say over the past twelve months. We've seen it coming out the innovation space and being much more embedded into different lines of business. I'm we're seeing businesses looking at it in terms of conversational marketing and being part of the digital strategy site <unk>. Why do you see the biggest opportunity for voice at in the digital business at mcdonalds. Yeah i think i'm right now. We have to look at how consumers engage voice. I am. And i think it's fantasize the moment we say as i can engage platform across say looking at kind of our website. Very similar kind of model is how someone would maybe come into to greet the brand of mcdonald's and then how we can then hand off to of digital products am oversee the navan bay get to digital ordering some point but we need to make sure that seamless some friction as customers the <unk>. Now off i could <unk>. How do we get people engaging with the skill and then hand david to a more established digital products because mcdonald's is really convenience water from we've got on mike <unk>. Mentioned after and think voice has a way to integrate nicely with with apps in the future. You just maybe context for those watching the just tell us a little bit about what the digital ordering experience of mobile is like right now at mcdonald's because it's different around the world yes show there's them a few markets that have them have the we have here in a mcdonald's and so we we branded it as the mcdonald's app say the this gives you the ability to place in the end to end order whether it's at a restaurant or something we've recently launched his will cooling delivery so this gives the ability to have your order delivered by an essentially. It's a you've visited. Mcdonald's you say nice big <hes>. Kiosks you can order yourself in his having one of them in your pocket you create your account then able to browse off full menu at any item you want and then choose a class. Wherever that's delivery drive in store or one of our new phages which is clicking sets having ruled out to your balking bike which is a a really vip experience.
"voice" Discussed on Voice in Canada
"Here is your flash briefing for today. And i've got some interesting news when it comes to amazon as you may know <hes>. Lexi has certain wake words. We can't have custom week words. You have to choose between echo lexi or a a computer amazon. I think those are all the maybe missing one there but the point is those are not customers. We'll get this. It was just announced. That amazon is now allowing companies to build their own custom assistance. But leveraging the lexi voice service so you may be familiar with the fact that some companies are producing their own independent proprietary voice assistance so not built on the lexi or example google platform but amazon is now making it easier for companies to do that but leverage the lexi platform and the interesting thing about this is that part of this feature set is that you can have your own unique custom wakeford and the first company to do. This is a fiat chrysler. And they have built their own intelligent assistant. It has a unique voice. it has unique skills <hes>. It has a unique word. But it's all built on lexi and the interesting thing about this as well. Is that if the custom voice experience that the company builds does not have an answer to a particular question that a person asks then it can default to the normal lexi voice service so a key so a company can actually have a custom voice assistant and on top of amazon's already existing lexi service. Now there are some questions about what happens with the data. If a company is building on top of lexi does the company get the data or does lexi does amazon. Get the data some questions that <hes>. Probably need to be explored but very interesting development in the voice technology space.
"voice" Discussed on Voice First Health
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"voice" Discussed on Voice First Health
"Spend time with you today. I'm really excited to speak about all the cool things that you are doing, but before we get to that, let's learn a little bit about you, so maybe I can ask you to introduce yourself and tell us a little bit about your background. Okay. I'm the CO founder and CEO of Pragmatic Boyce pragmatic voice. company that provides development services for companies are. In particular healthcare. For bringing their technology or any of their applications onto the voice platform, and then we also our product company, we've developed several products in the healthcare space with voice enablement. I am have been in the healthcare industry for twenty five years, working in a hospital during college to being even an insurance, and then the pharmaceutical medical device world, and then worked on bringing innovative products to the United States from around the world and have had the opportunity to work in many different areas in the hospital and in healthcare, and when I learned more about voice became very interested in how we can apply this technology to healthcare in general. Perfect so you've got lots of background. Obviously in the healthcare space I'm always interested to hear about the stories of how somebody got interested in voice. And what was your introduction to that? So could you share a little about that? Yeah so I was developing technology myself for. Another company that I own and I had requested voice to be developed for it because. This is around instrumentation in general, and we work with service providers on repairing and looking at infection for the instruments inside of hospitals and surgical centers in one of the things that happens in that particular dynamic people are needed to be hands free, and they're also very active in moving around, so they're not really sitting in front of a computer, and in the process of of wanting to have that developed. fortunately met my co-founder, and really learns quite a bit about voice in have been part of this journey of seeing you know all the applications, but also realizing that there's at this stage. We're really on the. Emerging Space for, US. I? Have enjoyed, myself Quite a few products I loved audible from the very beginning. Would burn discs that I love I. Love Anything. That's really in the. audio voice world, and just I think they applications will be an are very very beneficial, more user friendly and can also help us well. We're really moving around. Perfect and so I think that's a nice segue into what you guys are doing with with your company, pragmatic voice in the healthcare space so. Maybe you can talk a about the origin of some of the things that you are working on the ideas, and how you saw the opportunity to get involved in, and then go to describe a little bit of what you are doing. Yes so. Since I. Have the healthcare background
"voice" Discussed on Inside VOICE
"Company and blog brew has quite a following. Can you share with us? What voice grew is and how many subscribers you have to your blog at this time absolutely so voice brew is be newsletter for Alexa enthusiasts and is simple to help people get more out of Alexa. I launched voice brew a little over a year ago and it's scaled to over forty five thousand Alexa enthusiast email subscribers since then we also published comprehensive guides on voice dot com on different features in use cases. So things like routine setting up smart lights with Alexa settings that you wanNA update and we also have a companion flash reaping for the news while congratulations to you that forty five thousand is nothing to blink. An eye AD. That's pretty amazing. Are you able to share those kind of how you were able to grow that following so quickly and it's such a large scale? Yeah I mean there. I have tried you know so many different things and what I am. The most proud of excited for for the future is just the organic traffic that I've gotten to the various comprehensive guides that are featured on voice dot com. So part of my hypothesis with voice brew and believing that I would be able to scale it because of course you know. It's great if you had a really good product but if you don't have distribution for the product in the end it doesn't really matter you we all WanNa build impactful businesses A great product and a great distribution strategy for that product so when I launched Voice Brew. Part of my thinking was that there seemed to me that there was kind of a space to write comprehensive guides and content. More broadly for just. Break your people so of course. There are the scene of the world who do a really good job. You like the Tom's guides type media outlets who do a fantastic job writing feature guides but I think that their audiences are a bit more technologically sophisticated. So I'm writing per pupil who are just not a super techie. People who really need things to be laid out extremely clearly and what's happened. Is that a number of my posts. Have become some of the top ranked posts on Google so for example if you search for Alexa routines for Spurs Alexa routine. Guide is one of the top search results and that is a query that a year ago. You know there were some people who are searching for EPA today tons of people are setting up Alexa routines and searching for that and so I've been able to sort of go after a bunch of these terms by writing really comprehensive user friendly content for that and then I capture people who come to the site. I have a place to sign up for the slaughter and guests turns out allowed people get more out of Alexa and so they sign up for the newsletter. While again. Congratulations to you and and Cerita Ray. Which I think is something I know I personally talk about all the time as you really found a niche. You've found a need. You really did your research to say what does somebody wants to know about this. What are they searching for in the near providing valuable content so that takes a lot of hard work so I do recognize that? You've really done that congratulate you and again. He said about forty five thousand subscribers. What are you noticing in terms of stats or feedback from your community? Such as what questions questions they have or what they're using voice or maybe where they're frustrated and so forth so since the start of. I guess we'll call it quarantine life about a month ago. I have seen a major search in subscriber in -ment with my emails which is has been really ice to see and I think what's happening. Is that people all over. The country are all over. The world are spending more time at home for the First Time. And as part of the suggested they're forming new habits am one of those habits is using their voice assistance a lot more because they're at home with their smart speakers and also in new ways and I think that one of the things that means that right. Now there's a real opportunity for all of us in the boys I community to engage more deeply with users and just to switch to the second part of your question. What her Kinda questions Mike Heading. It really spans the gamut everything How do I adjust the base on my echo? I've been helping one subscriber who's extremely frustrated because she can't figure out she's having difficulty figuring out how to use the drop a feature on her echo in order to speak to drop it on her daughter's echoes. You can chat with her grandchildren now. There are people who have issues with using Alexa music alarms. Who want to set up. Extreme weather alerts. You know there's been all kinds of crazy weather that's been happening around the country in recent weeks. I was emailing today with a subscriber in India. Who's dying to use a feature that lets you ask? Alexa to remember things for you. But it's not available in India yet and he's asking me if they're second that can do you know help push it along. It's really kind of almost anything you can think of actually getting so many questions email to me and not surprisingly a lot of duplicate questions that I recently launched a chorus style. She went a forum as part of voice website where I recently just in the past week or so started posting an answering questions there so that when I have subscribers that are asking the same question instead of emailing everybody you know an answer. I can direct them to the relevant posts in the forum and my goal. Is that at some point voice. Bruce Subscribers will post their questions directly to the forum and that in addition to me answering the questions that members of the Voice Brew Community. And maybe even the voice could not more. Broadly will help to answer some of
"voice" Discussed on Voice in Canada
"Hello there and welcome to the flash briefing. This is a big day May Twentieth Wednesday may twentieth. Today is the launch a brand new event though voice. Dan I also before we get to that. Want to tell you that today. I'm launching a podcast or releasing lose podcasts with Ian Utility where we talk about his platform. Attention live which is incredible technology allowing for live broadcasting through Amazon Lexi and he's been accused of Port of the voiced end as well so. I'm very very pleased to be able to To feature him and then we get to the voice then and of course that is happening today. Today's the day it's been anticipating this now for for a month or more. It's happening at five o'clock Pacific. Eight o'clock Eastern. It's all about let me say this. I what it's not. It's not a webinar where you sit down and watch somebody speak. It's an interactive reality type. Show Fun Interactive about dialogues with key voice for linzers. I'll tell you about the people that are coming on the show we have Adriana beanie. She is the incredible woman behind audio brain and she is the one that has done the sonic branding that you're hearing everything that I'm doing now We have Bret Kinsella Bret. Kinsella is the CEO. The editor of voice body leading new source about all things voice. We have David Bisky. He is the Chief Evangelist for Amazon Lexi. And he is the. He's the main guy that talks about Lexi around the world so he's coming on. We also have Pediatric said he is the guy that puts on voice summit The biggest conference voice conference really in the world and then we have Bianca Phillips she is a lawyer with a specialization in voice and digital health and so the opportunities on the voice are to actually speak with these people and it's all about having fun. It's all about like I say interaction. I encourage everybody to grab a drink when you sit down to watch the voice. Dan have some snacks. There's going to be a lot. I'm sure there's GonNa be lot of heckling fun. I'll have to make sure that things don't go off the rails that's my job as the host and so you can check out all of the information about that at the voice den Dot Com. I hope that you will join us. And what can I say? I'm very excited and I will speak to you later. Make sure to tell your friends shared around The more the merrier. Talk to you later. Brief CAST DOT FM..
"voice" Discussed on Voice in Canada
"Hello and welcome to the flash briefing. It's tariff issue here with episode eight hundred end one. If you missed it. Yesterday there was a big one it was number eight hundred and I talked a little. The Voice Dan and we had Some special surprises there. So if you WANNA have a chance to listen to that you can go back and listen to it on the website at voice in candidates today. I want to give you a little tip something. That's quite practical. Most people when you ask them what they use. Lexi for the often say timers. Setting timers is one of the most common use cases for this. And certainly if you don't have to do that very simple you to say Lexi set a timer for ten minutes or whatever it is and you give it a name to so if you WanNa have to timers going you can say. Lexi said a pastime for ten minutes and then set a. I don't know something else. Time for whatever and the point is you can name them now. Here's the new bit of information is if you want to. You can extend the timers in the middle of a timer so you don't have to cancel it and then start a new one. So let's say you're cooking your pasta and you you said it for eight minutes and then close to the end you realize no. I want to cook it for a few more minutes. You can just simply say lexi extends the past a timer by two minutes and it will then do that. It will tell you. How much time is the total on the timer and away you go so it's pretty good function more intuitive now as far as being able to simply add some more time onto the timer. So there you go. That's helpful for you today tomorrow. Very special podcast. It's coming up this week. 'cause I'm trying something totally brand new. I'm hoping that you will enjoy it. And you'll be entertained by it We'll just put it this way. There are some drums involved. Okay so I hope you'll tune into that and I will talk to you tomorrow. Take BRIEF CAST DOT FM..
"voice" Discussed on Voice in Canada
"Hello there everybody Dr Terry Fisher here. And today's flash briefing. Well I want to tell you about something that had been planning for some time now. Anti a little bit of the details. As I hinted at yesterday I have been We all have. We've all been cooped up and I've been thinking about the ways that we can still have a sense of community and one of the things that have been popping place our webinars and I've done a couple of webinars as well but I started thinking about this and I realized it's time that we really changed the whole model of Webinars and I wanted to do something special for the voice community something special for you for the members of northern voice something that you can participate in and really get to know some of the key players in the voice community and so after some thought I have come up with this concept of the voice den and what this is is an online experience. I'm not calling it a Webinar. Because there's not a Webinar in fact I've tried to do is take out all the parts that people don't enjoy that webinars so there are no lectures. There are no sort of long drawn out. Brain overloading sessions. There's no boredom and there is no selling on the webinars. It is strictly there for a way for the participants to interact to network to meet up and have access to some of the most influential people in the voice industry. And I'm climbing the voice flu answers and what this is going to be. It's almost a little bit different but a little bit like shark tank or dragons Dan and what we are doing is we're inviting five key voice losers onto the show onto the session of the voice. Dan The first one and then participants are going to have the opportunity to get selected to come on live have discussions with these mentors. And then this will switch on and off for the entire duration of the session. It's an opportunity to network to have fun and once you've got the stage you can ask any questions you want of these of these people so this is a whole new type of experience. As far as I know it has never been done before. The whole vibe to this is going to be come on in through the door. Sit Down in the voice Dan and speak with colleagues friends. Some of the mentors and influencers learn. How Fun will even have time for a break in there to go grab a drink and just sit down and have a great time. And that's what this is all about so if you're interested in this please check out. The voiced in dot com. The First Session is may twenty. Twenty twenty easy to remember may twenty twenty twenty and the first twenty seats. We'll get twenty percents off with the code. Guess What Twenty. Twenty all right. The voice dot com. I hope I will see you there and please feel free to share this with anybody that you might be interested. The mentors themselves are going to be revealed slowly over time. Because we've got some big names in the voice industry and I'm excited to share them with you but we're gonNA tease him out a little bit. Just have some fun so northern voice. Thank you always for your support of all the different endeavors projects. I've been working on and hope that you'll join us for this one and I think he will have a lot of fun. Talk to you tomorrow. Brief CAST DOT FM..
"voice" Discussed on Voice in Canada
"Hey there it's Terry here and I wanNa tell you about something. That's new with a Canadian skill and this is really interesting. This is all about synthetic voices. You may have heard. It's been in the news. Recently that Amazon has actually started to help brands France to create synthetic voices so the perfect example is. KFC there the first one and they're the ones that this is in the news about and you can actually try this you can say say a lax. Say LEXI Open. KFC and you're going to hear instead of LEXI's voice you're gonNa hear Colonel Sanders Voice and basically what Amazon has done is they've created this synthetic voice that then speaks to you instead of using the lexi voice. It's similar to what they did with the Samuel L. Jackson voice voice were. They had him record some sounds and then based on that recording they were able to generate his voice for other Statements that Lexi makes so interesting very interesting technology. Check it out. Just try the. KFC Skill and it is available in Canada. So Hey we're on the forefront here for for a change alright and before I sign off again I want to think another listener that left a review for the flash briefing. This time it was Joe Hawkins and this is what Joe wrote. He gave it five stars and he said everyday. Things are changing with voice technology technology. Terry's able to provide up to date. Info keeps me up to date on all the LEXI skills and products and how to use this. Awesome Technology Terry provides a platform where you're able to search got any questions. You may have a voice also. He will personally take the time to help you if he can so joe. Hey thanks so much for that interview. I really really appreciate that. It's really so nice to hear those kind words. And what can I say I you know it means a lot to me so if anybody else would likely review you go to voice in candidate dot seeing. You'll see the red button there. Thanks so very much and and I will talk to you again tomorrow for now skill to say Lexi Open K._F._C.. Talk to you later..
"voice" Discussed on The Voice Tech Podcast
"voice" Discussed on Voice First Health
"I health so glad to have you along today for the podcast. Today is a little bit of a different podcast. Because I don't have a guest. I have a recording of a presentation that I gave recently the project voice. If you weren't there this happened in January of twenty twenty. It was a fantastic event. It was a lot of fun and I had the the opportunity to participate in a number of different talks. One of them was a workshop that I gave my colleagues. Harry Pappas David box and Atlanta mayor. And I I started off by setting up a little bit of the ideas that I have around. What is the opportunity right now for voice technology specifically in healthcare and then in my colleagues bill for that and we had some really fun interactive sessions to talk about how you designed for voice in healthcare specifically specifically and it was a lot of fun so today I want to bring you the recording of my portion of this workshop? It is about twenty minutes longer so and afterwards words. I WanNa tell you about a very very special project. We have coming up at all has to do with the first book. The book is about Voice Technology in healthcare and it is being released March twenty twenty so stay tuned for that will have all the details at the end of the podcast for now. I enjoy this talk and I hope you'll get a lot out of it and have a little bit more of an understanding of what some of the opportunities are for voice technology in healthcare. So yes as Harry said. Thanks for coming. We are going to delve into a a little bit about the basics of voice for healthcare. And how to get started with this so as you heard. My name is Terry Fisher. I'm a physician practicing clinician. I work fulltime. I'm in Vancouver Canada at the University of British Columbia mclinville assistant professor there And that's really my day job and by night I am a big voice ace tech enthusiasts and I've been in this space now for a number of years Number PODCASTS Lexin Canada more specifically for this audience create the podcast voice. I health where I speak about. And speak to people that are on the forefront of what's going on with health and and voice technology so I'm really excited to be able to give you a little bit of an overview overview now of what is going on with health and with voice and why this is such an incredible opportunity right now so I just want.
"voice" Discussed on Voice in Canada
"Hey there and welcome to today's edition of crack the Code Day number eight. I hope you have seven clues so far. And if you missing any just go to A. L. E. X. A in Canada dot ca slash cracked the code where you can officially enter the contest. I and hear any of the flash briefings that you have missed now. One of the things I love about the voice community is the opportunity to meet everybody else in the community at the the various various events that go on throughout the year as you know project voice just wrapped up one of premier voice events. As far as I'm concerned and coming up later on in the fall fall is another one of the biggest voice events in the world and that is voice summit and for the last couple of years. This has been taking place in Newark and it was a fantastic fantastic location for the for the event this year it is changing to a new location But I do want to before we go any further. I I WANNA thank Pete Eric's in from Voice Summit from motive for as well sponsoring this crack the code contest and providing an all access pass to voice summit. Twenty twenty If you have any interest in voice whatsoever I encourage you to be there and one of the best ways to be. There is to win the Grand Prize from this contest so today the clue has to do with something that I already ready said about voice summit any ideas what that might be. Check it out. Go Talk to Lexi say Lexi. Open crack the code and suggests Alexi Lexi. What you think might be the key word about Voice Summit for twenty twenty? I'll talk to you tomorrow. So brief cast dot F._M...
"voice" Discussed on Voice in Canada
"There it's Terry Fisher here with your flash briefing for today and today is day number for four of crack. The code. Hope you managed to figure out. Yesterday's yesterday was a little bit more challenging. Hopefully you got it. And you've got all three clues if you've missed any of them. Just go back to voice voice in Canada dot ca and you'll find all of the previous flash briefings there all right for today's clue it has to do with the platform that I have been using to build build the crack code skill. This is voiced x. p. and as reminder Bob Stoltenberg from voice. Xp Has Been Very Generous and he has donated a one in years subscription to his service as one component of the grand prize. So you definitely want to be checking that out. In any case Bob Bob came on the podcast back in episode. Eighty five where we actually talked about the first version of crack the code and the process we went through and how we built it and in the in that process he talked about voice. XP and how it is often compared to another service that is out there on the Internet service. It's very easy to use. And the most people are very very familiar with and he made the case of how voice. XP is just like that service. So I would encourage you. Check that out and learn a little bit about what service Chris Voice X. P. is like because I think it's a very accurate description because when you use voice xp and you build a skill you just basically filling in these simple fields A Web form that but You know we've all done many times before so check out the podcast Listen to that. See what you think and if you want to check voice. Xp then certainly do that what he's been very helpful with this skill. Hope you figured out what the fourth clueless because it's out there. foreclosure out their fifth. One coming up tomorrow Brief cast dot F._M...
"voice" Discussed on Inside VOICE
"voice" Discussed on Voice in Canada
"Skills well it's Monday. January twelfth and this week is a really exciting week for a number of these. There's so much going on so I'm going to do my best to try to keep these flash briefings breath this week but as you may know. Today is the pre-conference day for Voice Voice Summit Twenty twenty. I am at Voice Summit today I am actually part of a group of colleagues of mine. Who are giving a voice in Healthcare bootcamp one? Oh One how to get started. We're going to be having lots of fun if you are going to be there. I hope that you will join us for this. If you are not there then have no fear. I will be sharing lots. And Lots of information that we cover through out the conference whether it's through social media through the flash briefing through the PODCAST. There's lots of content to come one of the other things that I'm really excited about. Is that in two days. We're launching crack the code flash briefing. This had tremendous tremendous engagement last time. We did it. I had over five hundred contestants for this and the response was overwhelmingly positive and people wanted the opportunity to earn a win more ECO devices. And so I have listened to that that feedback and you have the opportunity to win not one not two but three echo devices at least and so stay tuned for that please gene into my twitter feed as I said. I'm going to do my best to sheriff stuff. That's going on at this voice. Conference is going to be lots of news. Lots of exciting things. He's going on and my twitter. Handle is Dr Terry Fisher. Dr E. R. I F. I. S. H. E. R.. And I look forward to chatting with you there. If you or at project voice and you want to meet with me I would love to meet you. Please reach out to me and send me a message and we could even if we if you're up to it. Let's find a formal time to sit down and have a little meet and greet and maybe even record stuff and I can feature you on the flash briefing and the PODCAST. All right. Talk to you really soon. Have a great day. Enjoy your week and I'll talk to you tomorrow. Brief cast dot F._M...
"voice" Discussed on Inside VOICE
"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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