Have you ever found yourself hunting for a store representative just to get a price or to see if there was "more in stock?" Now imagine walking into a store and interacting with Amazon Alexa or Google Assistant, and getting all the information you want when you need it. So, how can voice assistants benefit the company and the customer during a shopping experience?
Believe it or not, that same voice assistant you've been using to view your favorite episodes on Netflix with will soon be helping us navigate the stars. Let's have a look at how voice assistants will help us get to Mars and beyond.
Innovative educational tools and approaches have been largely responsible for the enhanced rate of learning, retention, and growth for students everywhere. With the utilization of voice-enabled technology in the classroom, modern schooling has grown more equitable, personalized, and efficient for students of every background.
Voice assistants, most notably available in wireless bluetooth headphones, wearables, and glasses, will impact sports training and athlete development. Athletes will leverage voice assistants to improve their training experience and improve their skills while coaches will use voice assistants to reenforce their teachings and keep an eye on the mental state of their athletes. And this is just the beginning.
Some of today's top digital marketing and SEO experts have been pushing a significant amount of discussion around Voice Search SEO or just Voice SEO. Let's explore why this is the worst investment a brand can make.
Technological developments in recent decades have changed the way many of us live, particularly as it concerns convenience. Voice assistants are a prime example of this phenomenon, making everyday tasks easy so long as you “say the word.” However, for users with disabilities, the functions of voice-assisted technology can do more than just make their lives simpler.
Whenever we talk about voice assistants, two usually come to mind, Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant. What about Siri and Cortana? Let’s have a look at both and find out where they are and what the future may hold for them.
“How do we acquire users for our voice experience?” Attracting users to a brand new voice application is one of the biggest challenges faced by the industry today. The problem is so big, that lack of knowledge and experience is keeping many brands back from leveraging voice assistants to engage with their consumers and fans.
Imagine two worlds, Earth-One and Earth-Two. Earth One is a world without Voice Assistants while Earth-Two has Voice Assistants in every device. It is obvious which would be more exciting to live in. Less than a decade ago we were Earth-One but now we are well on our way to being Earth-Two. We are going back to Alexa’s early days, show you where she is now, and tell you what is expected from her in the future.
Google Assistant needs no introduction. It is available on more than 1 billion devices such as vehicles, phones, watches, TVs, etc. and has over 500 million monthly users. The assistant is available in over 80 countries and can speak 44 languages, has the ability to control a number of devices, can do specific actions whenever you say a certain word or phrase, but most importantly people love the assistant.