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March 18, 2020
Host Bradley Metrock (CEO, Score Publishing) speaks with Julie Maas, Senior Product Manager for Voice and Multi-Modal Sensemaking Products and Tools for Intel Corporation. The VoiceFirst Roundtable is part of the VoiceFirst.FM podcast network.
March 11, 2020
Host Bradley Metrock (CEO, Score Publishing) speaks with Suhas Uliyar, VP Digital Assistant, AI, Mobile and Integration with Oracle, about his role and the company's ongoing efforts to bring conversational AI into the enterprise. The VoiceFirst Roundtable is part of the VoiceFirst.FM podcast network.
March 4, 2020
Host Bradley Metrock (CEO, Score Publishing) speaks with Bianca Phillips, Australia's expert on the intersection of technology, law, ethics, and modern healthcare. The VoiceFirst Roundtable is part of the VoiceFirst.FM podcast network.
February 26, 2020
The VoiceFirst Roundtable, VoiceFirst.FM's half-hour one-on-one interview show, returns for Season 2. The show kicks off with Rana Gujral, CEO of Behavioral Signals, discussing the company's origin story, the importance behind sentiment analysis, and the future of voice tech and AI which incorporates technology that helps provide greater context to interactions.
June 11, 2019
Adam Greenwood (CEO, Greenwood Campbell) joins host Bradley Metrock (CEO, Score Publishing) for a discussion that spans the genesis of Greenwood Campbell, how Adam views voice-first technology, the biggest opportunity within voice and AI currently, and more. The VoiceFirst Roundtable is part of the VoiceFirst.FM podcast network.
March 29, 2019
Host Bradley Metrock (CEO, Score Publishing) interviews the executive team from Voicify, a company providing a voice content management system and platform. On the heels of Voicify's sponsorship of Voicebot.AI's Smart Speaker Adoption Report, the company has keen insight into the trends behind voice-first growth. The VoiceFirst Roundtable is part of the VoiceFirst.FM podcast network.
March 4, 2019
Dr. Sandhya Pruthi of Mayo Clinic joins host Bradley Metrock for a discussion of Mayo Clinic's award-winning Alexa skill, "First Aid," and how the organization views the emergence of voice-first technology. The VoiceFirst Roundtable is part of the VoiceFirst.FM podcast network.
January 15, 2019
Brian Ross, VP of Product and Services at Privakey, joins host Bradley Metrock to discuss the importance of data security and privacy in a voice-first world, and the role that Privakey has to play in providing secure authentication which potentially enhances voice applications on any platform. The conversation, taking place before CES and The Alexa Conference, discusses both of the January events, along with Ross explaining the need for voice tech to develop killer apps in order to continue to gain traction. The VoiceFirst Roundtable is part of the VoiceFirst.FM podcast network.
December 21, 2018
Niko Vuori (founder of Drivetime) joins host Bradley Metrock for a discussion of one of the most interesting business models in all of #VoiceFirst technology: voice-based games designed specifically for drivers. The discussion spans the company's recent fundraising round, whether studies exist that show Drivetime's core product makes sense, and Vuori's thoughts on the eventual arrival of autonomous vehicles. The Voice of the Car Summit is mentioned, which takes place Tuesday, April 9, in Mountain View, California. The VoiceFirst Roundtable is part of the VoiceFirst.FM podcast network.
June 5, 2018
Host Bradley Metrock (CEO, Score Publishing) interviews Melissa Campbell, Communications Manager for Campaign For A Commercial-Free Childhood (CCFC). The conversation centers on Melissa's recent article for FORTUNE: "Parents, Stay Away From Echo Dot Kids," exploring several viewpoints expressed in the piece. Listeners should read it first. The article is available here: http://fortune.com/2018/05/15/amazon-echo-dot-kids-data-privacy/) This candid conversation captures the child advocate perspective that this technology is not necessary for modern childhood, and perhaps should even be avoided, while being challenged by the notion that voice-first technology represents the next generation of computing, and thus children will only be hurt by not being allowed to participate in this revolution and be exposed to the tech. The VoiceFirst Roundtable is part of the VoiceFirst.FM podcast network.
May 24, 2018
Host Bradley Metrock (CEO, Score Publishing) interviews Scott Rose, SVP of Product for Pindrop. The conversation spans Pindrop's core business of validating audio for identity and security, the need for such technology in the rapidly emerging voice-first realm, and the implications of technology like Google Duplex. Pindrop's capability of spoofing voices is demonstrated, for the purpose of showing the value of Pindrop's technology in the marketplace - you'll hear some voices you recognize! The VoiceFirst Roundtable is part of the VoiceFirst.FM podcast network.
March 1, 2018
Host Bradley Metrock (CEO, Score Publishing) interviews Hicham Tahiri, CEO of Smartly.AI and producer of the recent Smart Voice Summit, held in Paris. The conversation spans Smartly.AI's core business, their new partnership program, the Smart Voice Summit, and the company's expansion of the Smart Voice Summit into other markets. The VoiceFirst Roundtable is part of the VoiceFirst.FM podcast network.
December 15, 2017
Host Bradley Metrock (CEO, Score Publishing) interviews Gary Vaynerchuk, CEO of VaynerMedia and celebrity tech entrepreneur and investor. Known as "Gary Vee," Gary's legendary career in technology has led him to a current interest in voice technology, which is the subject of this discussion in his company's Chattanooga, Tennessee office (one of four offices VaynerMedia has across the United States). The VoiceFirst Roundtable is part of the VoiceFirst.FM podcast network.
October 31, 2017
Host Bradley Metrock (CEO, Score Publishing) interviews Alex Fleetwood, the CEO and founder of next-generation game maker Sensible Object. Fleetwood and Sensible Object were part of the recently-completed Alexa Techstars accelerator, and Fleetwood describes the honor of being part of such a prestigious program. Metrock and Fleetwood cover a lot of other ground, including how Sensible Object came into existence, the company's goals for its "Voice Originals" line of voice-first games, and even the philosophy behind what makes for a great game experience. The VoiceFirst Roundtable is part of the VoiceFirst.FM podcast network.
September 26, 2017
Host Bradley Metrock (CEO, Score Publishing) interviews tech luminary Tim O'Reilly, Founder and CEO of O'Reilly Media. O'Reilly, whose book WTF: What's The Future And Why It's Up To Us comes out October 10 and is available to pre-order on Amazon, offers a number of keen insights on the burgeoning voice-first sector and what is required to create a healthy, thriving tech ecosystem. The VoiceFirst Roundtable is part of the VoiceFirst.FM podcast network.
August 30, 2017
Host Bradley Metrock (CEO, Score Publishing) interviews Jonathon Myers, CEO and co-founder of Earplay, and his Chief Creative Officer, Dave Grossman. As Earplay is involved in producing interactive games and immersive audio experiences, the episode begins with a discussion of the state of monetization of voice applications, and spans a wide range of video game-related topics, including Myers' and Grossman's favorite video games of all time, and what makes a good audio-based game in the first place.
August 16, 2017
Host Bradley Metrock (CEO, Score Publishing) interviews Adam Marchick, CEO and co-founder of VoiceLabs. The conversation ranges from VoiceLabs' unique analytics offering for companies developing voice applications, the difference between voice analytics and analytics in the web and mobile spaces, the importance of discovery to the future of voice applications, and even the difference between the cuisines available in Nashville (home of VoiceFirst.FM) and Silicon Valley, where Marchick calls home.
July 20, 2017
Host Bradley Metrock (CEO, Score Publishing) interviews Nandini Stocker, Head of Conversation Design Advocacy and Partnerships for Google. The wide-ranging interview spans conversation design, conversation on Twitter about highlighting more women working in voice technology, conversation about science fiction (including Arrival and Star Trek), conversation about Google's objectives with its technology, and finally, conversation about the specter of cancer which has affected both participants on the show. The importance of voice - human voice - in having meaningful conversations, sooner rather than later, underlies all aspects of this emerging field of voice technology. Nandini Stocker's post, "Honoring The Voices Within And Among Us, Before They're Gone," can be found here: https://medium.com/@stocker/honoring-the-voices-within-and-among-us-before-theyre-gone-fbf643c6eb41
July 6, 2017
Host Bradley Metrock (CEO, Score Publishing) interviews Leor Grebler, CEO and co-founder of UCIC, a company which specializes in helping hardware makers integrate voice technology into their products. Grebler discusses his front-row view to the voice-first evolution, seen through the prism of his 2012 Kickstarter for "The Ubi," leading to where he and his company is today. (For full show notes as well as links referenced during the podcast, visit VoiceFirst.FM.)
June 30, 2017
Host Bradley Metrock (CEO, Score Publishing) interviews Mark Webster (CEO) and Scott Werner (CTO) of Sayspring. The wide-ranging discussion spans Sayspring's origin, the definition and purpose of voice design, the Echo Show, and basketball!
June 12, 2017
Host Bradley Metrock (CEO, Score Publishing) interviews Dr. Ahmed Bouzid (CEO, Witlingo). Topics include monetization of voice skills, the type of experience that should be provided for discovering skills, and the work Dr. Bouzid is doing with both Witlingo as well as the Ubiquitous Voice Society.
May 24, 2017
Host Bradley Metrock (CEO, Score Publishing) interviews well-known technology analyst and entrepreneur Brian Rommele (ReadMultiplex.com) about the state of voice-first technology, issues confronting voice-first computing, and where the entire movement is headed.
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