Intelligent Assistants to be a Focal Point of 2015 Mobile Voice Conference

AVIOS is hosting the Mobile Voice Conference next year in San Jose from April 20-21.  The 2015 Mobile Voice Conference will include topics on enterprise intelligent assistants and supporting technologies. If you’re interested in attending, you can register at a reduced fee from now through December 31st.

Mobile Voice ConferenceFor those who aren’t familiar with it, AVIOS stands for Applied Voice Input/Output Society. AVIOS is an international speech technology applications professional society that has been around since 1981. It includes numerous local chapters where people interested in speech technology have a chance to meet and share ideas. The Mobile Voice Conference is an annual event that AVIOS has sponsored for quite some time in conjunction with TMA Associates.

According to the preliminary program, the 2015 Mobile Voice Conference will be organized into two tracks. Track 1 will focus on applications and use cases, while Track 2 takes a deeper dive into technologies and tools. Some of the proposed sessions in Track 1 include: The evolution of the contact center in a mobile world, creating effective virtual agents, and personal assistants in the enterprise. Track 2 offers sessions such as: text-to-speech status and options, speech recognition technology options and issues, and talking to a computer: a deeper look. There will also be case studies of real world implementations of speech technologies.

If you want to get a flavor for what a Mobile Voice Conference is like, you can take a look at the presentations from the 2014 conference.

Next year’s conference is shaping up to be an extremely informative gathering for any company evaluating enterprise virtual assistants. Whether you’re in the early stages of developing a business case around intelligent assistants, or already deploying these smart technologies to get a competitive edge, check out the preliminary program and grab your discounted registration while it lasts.

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