#7 - Eric Bezzam (Snips)
The Voice Cast explores the evolving world of voice interfaces. It’s the easiest way to stay current with the developments and hear experiences from the most important players in the market. Your hosts: Maarten Lens-FitzGerald and Sam Warnaars.
In the news rundown we discuss how Amazon is lowering the barrier to publish your own skills by enabling publishing blueprints to the store. Also, Apple bought Pullstring and seems to prepare for ramping up their voice game efforts. Finally we have more numbers: 8 billion expected voice end points by 2023.#7 - Eric Bezzam (Snips)
Our guest is Eric Bezzam, Signal Processing Engineer at Snips. Snips is a private by design voice startup from Paris. We go hands on with Noa for Amazon Alexa, a service which reads out narrated versions of recent news articles on large publishing sources.
Now Anyone Can Use Alexa Skill Blueprints to Create and Publish an Alexa Skill in Minutes; New Blueprints for Content Creators, Bloggers, and Organizations
Apple buys voice platform Pullstring
Digital Voice Assistants in Use to Triple to 8 Billion by 2023, driven by Smart Home Devices
Eric Bezzam, Signal Processing Engineer Snips
Noa - “Alexa, open Noa”