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Are you a voice developer or designer? Are you excited about the future of voice? Are you curious about an ambient computing future where our TV's, appliances, watches, phones, and more can talk with you to create new experiences? Join us on the Bixby Developers Chat to learn about Bixby and conversational AI. Join host Roger Kibbe as he talks with guests about voice, AI, Bixby, technology innovation and where the exciting Voice industry is going,
 
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In this episode, Roger talks with Tim Kahle and Dominik Meißner of 169 Labs. Tim and Dominik are voice OG's and have a long history of building compelling voice experiences. Roger, Tim, and Dominik discuss: Their first experiences with voice Their infamous travel experiences getting to the seminal 2018 Alexa Conference How and why 169 Labs was foun…
 
In this episode, Roger talks with Steve Tingiris, the CEO of Dabble Lab. Steve is an expert in voice development and has just published a book about using OpenAI's GPT-3 Roger and Steve discuss Steve's first experience with voice and how he started developing for it Steve's ambitious first Alexa skill What Steve's company, Dabble Lab does The oppor…
 
In this episode, Roger talks with Nick Myers, the CEO of Redfox AI. Redfox just introduced the V Lab voice assistant which solves a very challenging issue in health care. Roger and Nick discuss Nick's professional background and how he started with Voice The founding of RedFox.AI and their pivots Nicks very personal story about V Lab and why it's s…
 
In this episode, Roger talks with Maarten Lens-Fitzgerald. Maarten is a voice evangelist; He works with the Dutch Voice coalition to bring voice to the Dutch people, founded Project Zilver which brings voice to elder adults, actively works on the Open Voice Network, and is an all-around icon in the voice community. Roger and Maarten discuss Maarten…
 
In this episode, Roger talks with Dave Kemp. Dave runs business development for Oaktree Products but is most well known for his Future Ear podcast and his thought leadership around hearables and voice Dave and Roger discuss Dave's Background and the founding of Oaktree Products How a hearing aid components company and Dave got involved with voice D…
 
Discussing Voice Technology A full recap of our interview with industry expert Jan König from jovo.tech MEET THE EXPERT delivers live podcast-stylish video interviews which are broadcasted live. You can watch and ask your questions – we'll answer them live during the show. You can also tune in via our Amazon Alexa Skill "AAV Club" (Enable here: htt…
 
This episode is a little different. Roger was interviewed by the Two Voice Devs podcast a couple of weeks ago. In this podcast within a podcast, Roger's interview by Mark Tucker and Allen Firstenberg, of Two Voice Devs, is embedded within the Bixby Developers Chat podcast Because of vacations, the regular Bixby Developers Chat format will be back i…
 
In this episode, Roger talks with Otto Söderlund. Otto is the CEO and co-founder of Speechly. Speechly is voice enabling mobile apps, the web, and more with its speech tools and framework. Otto and Roger discuss: Our shared early computing experiences Otto's career path prior to Speechly Early experiences with voice The founding of Speechly What Sp…
 
In this episode, Roger talks with John Kelvie. John is the founder and CEO of Bespoken, a tool for testing and QA of voice applications. John is a voice veteran. Prior to founding Bespoken, John was the CTO of XappMedia, an early innovator in audio advertising. John and Roger discuss: Voice in the "old days" e.g. 2018 John's work with voice and Xap…
 
In this episode, Roger talks with Jon Stine. Jon is the executive director and founder of the Open Voice Network. The Open Voice Network (OVN) is working to advocate for an open voice ecosystem and bring technical standards to voice Jon has a deep background in retail technology and strategy. Prior to founding OVN, John worked for many years at Int…
 
In this episode, Roger talks with sonic marketing expert and composer, Jeanna Isham Jeanna is an accomplished sonic marketer. She is the founder of DreamR Productions, teaches sonic marketing at soundinmarketing.com, and is the host of the Sound in Marketing podcast. Jeanna and Roger discuss: What is sonic marketing and what companies are doing wit…
 
In this episode, Roger interviews Voice Lunch founders Karol Stryja and Michal Stanislawek! This is an experimental episode that was recorded live on the hot social voice startup, Clubhouse. I would love any feedback on this experiment - what worked, what didn't. Let me know via tweet/DM etc - @rogerkibbe Karol and Michal discuss: Founding VoiceLun…
 
In this episode, Roger talks with voice development expert and thought leader Allen Firstenberg. Allen is a developer and project manager for Objective Consulting and is a Google Developer Expert (GDE) for many Google products. Allen slso co-hosts with Mark Tucker, the must listen to Two Voice Devs podcast. Allen and Roger discuss: What Objective C…
 
In this episode, Roger talks with voice development guru, Pete Haas. Pete has been working in voice for 16 years. He is an application development manager at Verascape (call center IVR), runs Conversation Curve his voice design and development agency, and has built many engaging voice experiences. Pete and Roger discuss many things including: Pete'…
 
Discussing State Of Voice and Trends to watch in 2021 A full recap of our interview with industry expert Bret Kinsella from https://www.voicebot.ai MEET THE EXPERT delivers live podcast-stylish video interviews which are broadcasted live. You can watch and ask your questions – we'll answer them live during the show. You can also tune in via our Ama…
 
In this episode, Roger talks with the conversational designer, educator, and voice leader Shyamala Prayaga. Shyamala is a product owner for Ford's Autonomous Digital Assistant, the founder of the Digital Assistant Academy, and the host of The Future is Spoken Podcast. Shyamala and Roger discuss a variety of topics including How Shyamala got into vo…
 
For this special end of year podcast, I did something special. I asked everyone whose been a guest on the podcast over the past year to contribute to this end of the year, special edition of the podcast 32 amazing voice gurus contributed to this end of the year podcast. I asked each voice guru to Introduce themselves Hidden Gem Question: What is a …
 
For this special end of year podcast, I did something special. I asked everyone whose been a guest on the podcast over the past year to contribute to this end of year, special edition of the podcast 32 amazing voice gurus contributed to this end of the year podcast. I asked each voice guru to Introduce themselves Hidden Gem Question: What is a voic…
 
In this episode, Roger talks with entrepreneur, futurist, and voice enthusiast, Ian Utile. Ian is the founder and CEO of attn.live, a platform to enable content creators to monetize and distribute their content across multiple channels. Ian and Roger have a lively discussion of how they got started in technology. They discuss what childhood and tee…
 
In this episode, Roger talks with Teri Fisher, the "The Voice Doctor." He is the host of the Voice in Canada Flash Briefing, the host of the Voice First Health Podcast, the host of the Voice Den, the creator of VOICEismyOS, the creator of Briefcast.fm, and an all-around voice guru. And by day, Teri is a Sports and Exercise Physician and a Clinical …
 
In this episode, Roger talks with Jenny Mero. Jenny is a very successful voice developer and most well known for her Freeze Dance voice experience. Jenny is both an Alexa Champion and a Bixby Premier Developer. Jenny discusses her career in journalism including putting "life and limb" in danger to get an exclusive interview with Hugo Chavez, the fo…
 
In this episode, Roger talks with Daniel Mittendorf. Daniel is an accomplished voice developer and both an Alexa Champion and a Bixby Premier Developer. He founded Digivoice.io, a voice agency and recently joined Beyto Agency as the CTO. We discuss how Daniel got involved in voice and how he has gone from building his first voice experience (Stream…
 
In this episode, Roger talks with Kane Simms and Dustin Coates. Kane and Dustin are most well know for their VUX World podcast (a must-listen) and are very accomplished voice pros! We discuss how they got started in voice and what keeps them excited in voice and conversational AI. Kane tells us how the VUX World podcast was created, how Dustin was …
 
In this episode, Roger talks with Nick Schwab. Nick is very well known for his Sleep Sounds voice experiences and is the founder and CEO of Sleep Jar/Invoked Apps. We talk about Nick's early adventures with voice and how a noisy upstairs neighbor lead him to create sleep sounds for his personal use. He then released it to the skills store and then …
 
In this episode, Roger talks with Carl Robinson. Carl is the CEO of Rumble Studio, an innovative new tool for recording podcasts and audio content. Carl is also well known as the host of the Voice Tech Podcast and creator of VoiceTechPodcast.com We discuss how Carl got involved in podcasting and what he has learned 70+ podcasts in. Carl gives some …
 
Show Notes: In this episode, I talk with Sarah Andrew Wilson of Matchbox.io. Sarah is the CCO and part of the Matchbox founding team and an Alexa Champion. Matchbox has created some of the most successful voice experiences including Question of the Day, Riddle of the Day, Three Questions, and Kids Quiz. Late last year, Matchbox acquired Opearlo whi…
 
Show Notes: In this episode, I talk with Rachel Batish of Audioburst. Audioburst is reinventing the podcast and audio industry by providing searchable audio. One can search the actual audio of podcasts and listen to snippets of a podcast using Audioburst. Rachel talks about getting a start with voice as a co-founder of Conversation.one. Conversatio…
 
Show Notes: In this episode, we talk with Christian Mahnke and Sebastian Schöps of Ear Reality. Ear Reality creates interactive voice fiction and has an authoring tool to create interactive voice stories and experiences. Christian and Sebastian share how they got started with voice and their passion for interactive storytelling. We discuss voice ex…
 
Show Notes: In this episode, we talk with voice legend, Adam Cheyer. Adam was the co-founder of Siri, Viv Labs, Change.org, and Sentient Technologies. We first talk about Change.org, how and why it was founded, and why this platform is an enabler for the social justice movements of today. Adam talks about his early work at SRI and how this lead to …
 
Show Notes: In this episode, we talk with Steven Arkonovich who is well known for writing the Big Sky weather capsule and is a professor of philosophy at Reed College. Steven shares how he got started with voice. He was a very early Alexa developer and was driven by wanting to control music playback and home automation devices. Steven is most well …
 
This episode is a little different, we turn the "microphone around" so to speak and interview the Viv Labs Bixby evangelism team. The Viv Labs Developer Evangelists (Advocates) are responsible for introducing Bixby to and supporting ongoing Bixby development for developers, designers and organizations. You may have seen John, Jonathan or Roger at c…
 
Show Notes: In this episode, we talk with Armel Beaudry, the CEO and founder of Trebble.fm. Learn about Armel's journey from growing up in Cameroon to voice-first entrepreneur! Armel shares the history of Trebble.fm, how it started as a music sharing app, and evolved into a shortcast platform. A shortcast is a 2-3 minute podcast. You may also know …
 
Show Notes: In this episode, we talk with Julie Daniel Davis. Julie is the "voice" for voice in education, a Bixby Premier Developer, and an Alexa Champion. Julies shares how she was an early adopter of voice in the classroom. She shares the story of getting her first voice assistant, being inspired by the first Alexa Conference, and early and ongo…
 
Show Notes: In this episode, we talk with Jennie Stenhouse. Jennie is an accomplished voice developer and the COO of Women in Voice We talk with Jennie about how she got started with voice, the creative process she goes through, and how one can leverage a technical framework/capability over and over again to unleash creativity. Jennie is particular…
 
Show Notes: In this episode, we talk with Jan König and Ruben Aegerter about the Jovo framework. The Jovo framework allows one to build cross platform voice and conversational AI applications. Jovo has long supported Alexa and Google assistant but with the release of v3, Jovo now supports Bixby. We dive into building a Bixby capsule with Jovo and w…
 
Show Notes: In this episode, we talk to Mark Tucker. Mark is a very accomplished voice developer, an Alexa Champion and a Bixby Premier Developer. Mark talks about getting started with voice on a TI 99/4A, developing his first experiences for Alexa and later Bixby and how he created the Speech Markdown framework. If you want to hear from a develope…
 
Show Notes In this episode we talk to Ilarna Nche, a very accomplished voice developer, and recently announced Alexa Champion and the Bixby Developer of the Year. Ilarna shares valuable insight into how to be a successful voice developer. If you are a voice designer/developer, aspiring to be one, or simply interested in the creative and technical p…
 
Show Notes: In this episode, we talk with Adrian Simple who created the very successful shortcast/flash briefing, The Gaming Observer. Are you interested in short form podcasts/flash briefings? Do you wonder how to get started? What is the intersection of voice and gaming? What is the future of voice and gaming? Listen to Adrian Simple talk about a…
 
Über #HeyMercedes, Design für In-Car-Sprachassistenten und Voice-Konferenzen Robert arbeitet im Research & Development Department bei Mercedes-Benz in Sunnyvale – genau hier: https://w3w.co/link.bonus.sleeps Wir sprechen über Voice Konferenzen, den Sprachassistenten "Hey Mercedes" aber auch über Alexa und Google Assistant, damit Mercedes-Benz Kunde…
 
The Samsung Bixby team was at the Project Voice conference in Chattanooga Tennessee. The conference was an incredible experience and a chance to meet, greet and work with fellow industry innovators. Roger recorded 33 interviews with developers, designers, podcasters and all around voice gurus. Listen to hear their insights into where voice is and w…
 
The Samsung Bixby team was at the Project Voice conference in Chattanooga Tennessee. The conference was an incredible experience and a chance to meet, greet and work with fellow industry innovators. Roger recorded 33 interviews with developers, designers, podcasters and all around voice gurus. Listen to hear their insights into where voice is and w…
 
Show Notes The Samsung Bixby team was at the Project Voice conference in Chattanooga Tennessee. The conference was an incredible experience and a chance to meet, greet and work with fellow industry innovators. Roger recorded 33 interviews with developers, designers, podcasters and all around voice gurus. Listen to hear their insights into where voi…
 
Über die Bedeutung von "Voice" für den BR und Interaktive Hörspiel-Voice-Apps Katrin hat schon auf der Bühne der ALL ABOUT VOICE 2019 die Aktivitäten des BR auf Voice Assistants vorgestellt. In diesem Gespräch schauen wir unter die Haube: Mit welchen Zielen ist der BR auf Voice aktiv, welche Content-Strategie verfolgen sie und welche Herausforderun…
 
Welcome to the Bixby Developers Chat podcast. We will be exploring the world of voice and Bixby development. Each episode we will talk about design and development of voice, with amazing guests who have created compelling voice experiences! Stay tuned for our first full episode soon. It is one not to be missed - we will be talking to a Science Fict…
 
Guest: Ryan Jordan Ryan Jordan is a successful Science Fiction author (pen name: Lincoln Cole) and a software and voice developer and designer. Ryan recently won the grand prize for Best Bixby Capsule in the 2019 Bixby DevJam for his capsule, Tempest Rising which is an engaging space adventure game. Show Notes: Ryan has taken his creativity and pas…
 
Voice Rückblick 2019 – Ausblick 2020 In der letzten Episode des Jahres 2019 werfen wir einen Blick auf das Jahr 2019 und auch einen Blick nach vorn: Was erwartet uns in 2020 und was wünschen wir uns vom Voice-Weihnachtsmann! :-) Mit Video: Twitter-Handle meiner Gäste: Laura Dreessen: @LauraDre1 Romina Pankoke: @RomiP Jochen Emig: @jsemig Jan König:…
 
Über "Women in Voice" Deutschland und den aktuellen State of Voice Gemeinsam mit Romina, Manja, Laura und Marie sprechen wir über das deutsche "Chapter" von Women In Voice. Gemeinsam mit Romina, Manja, Laura und Marie sprechen wir über das deutsche "Chapter" von Women In Voice. Women in Voice ist eine globale Community von/mit/für Frauen in Voice T…
 
Über multimodale UX für Sprachassistenten und rund um Auto als neuer "Voice"-Kontext Gemeinsam mit Laura hatte ich das Vergnügen über die Performance von Sprachassistenten zu sprechen, multimodale Voice User Experiences und "Auto" als der neue Lebensraum für Sprachassistenten zu diskutieren. Außerdem gibt es eine Überraschung für die Podcast-Zuhöre…
 
Über die rechtlichen Implikationen beim Betrieb von Voice Apps Rechtsanwalt Thorsten Jansen, der sich am Standort Köln mit den rechtlichen Anforderungen neuer Technologien und Geschäftsmodelle beschäftigt, führt mit mir in die Thematik der Umsetzung rechtlicher Anforderungen ein.Weitere Podcast-Episoden sollen folgen und sich dediziert mit einzelne…
 
Über das Cross-Plattform Framework Bottalk und ein Voice-Rückblick auf Q1/2019 In dieser Episode spreche ich mit Andrey Esaulov über das Cross-Plattform Framework Bottalk. Er ist Gründer hinter dem Community Framework und erklärt, wie es den Entwicklungsprozess für Alexa oder Google Assistant vereinfachen kann. Außerdem diskutieren wir die aktuelle…
 
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