Voice represents the next major interface for communication between humans and machines, and a major new client touchpoint for companies. For two days we will bring together the entire voice community for a quality and content driven event, in order to discuss current and future trends, developments and challenges within the industry.
Hicham TAHIRI, Smartly.AI, CEO
Peter Hodgson, Google, Senior UX Design Lead | Lionel Mora, Google, Product Marketing Google Assistant EMEA
What Brands Need to Know About AI and Voice: Voice is the most important consumer communications channel since the web. It will even surpass social in importance. What do brands need to know, why should they care and what are the emerging best practices for leveraging voice to drive consumer engagement.
Bret Kinsella, Voicebot.ai, Editor and Founder
Discover why voice applications are essential for your company in 2018
Bradley Metrock, VoiceFirst.FM, CEO | Jess Williams, Life Bot, Co-founder & CEO | Tilmann Böhme, Future of Voice, Founder | Quentin Delaoutre, Consultant, Voice Application Expert
We’re in a golden age of Machine Learning and AI and Voice is a big part of the future. At Amazon, we believe that voice will fundamentally improve the way people will interact with technology. It can make the complex simple—it’s the most natural and convenient user interface and provides delightful experiences for your customers.
Max Amordeluso, Amazon, EU chief Alexa Evangelist
Discover how voice applications are transforming client experience in the banking sector. Understand how to create a better voice experience. Listen to testimonials from companies who have created a voice app in the sector. Learn from the challenges that they had to overcome and discover their results.
Karim Lourci, Smartly.AI, Co-founder and Head of Sales | Mohamed Rabai
With the proliferation of voice as an interface, we are starting to really understand the power of voice to complete complex tasks that take multiple steps, to get direct access to content without having to navigate and for scenarios where alternative input is hard, impossible, or unsafe like driving. Each device we interact with has its set of opportunities - whether it is a touch screen, a TV, a car, or as part of a mixed reality experience. This talk will look at some of the principles, opportunities and challenges for designing experiences on different devices.
Karen Kaushansky, Consultant, Experience Design Leader
Whether you’re building or commissioning voice apps, come learn about how to maximise your chances of success with minimal effort, using the Wizard of Oz method.
Ben Sauer, Clearleft, UX Designer and Product Strategist
Let's have a look under the covers at a simple question with complex ramifications. It enables rich, engaging, useful interactions, as well as awful user experiences. It puts a significant burden on our own systems. It is (maybe) resisted by the major digital assistant providers. It is the future.
Chris Gathercole, Financial Times, Head of FT Labs
Discover how the media is taking advantage of voice applications in order to create a seamless and consistant user experience.
Dustin Coates, Algolia, Engineer, Solutions | Bradley Metrock, VoiceFirst.FM, CEO | Aurélien Capdecomme, 20 Minutes France, CTO | Pippa Rimmer, Radio France, Head of App Products | Henry Cooke, BBC, Senior Producer / Creative Technologist
How and why are voice applications being used in the commerce sector? Listen to the advantages and challenges from industry pioneers who have already created their app.
Guillaume Rio, Technology and Partnership Manager, Echangeur | Pascal Chabret, Boulanger, Director Of Innovation and New business | Léa d'Eramo, Sephora, Digital Transformation & CRM Project Manager
Discover how voice applications are transforming the transport sector.
Laurent Dunys, The Bot Studio, Founder | Benoit Bouffart, OUI.SNCF, Product Director CPO | Emeric Miette, PSA Peugeot Citroën, Technical Function Leader - Personal Assistant & Voice Recognition
How are voice applications being used in tourism. Discover use cases and results.
Charles Cadbury, Dazzle, Co-founder
Hicham TAHIRI, Smartly.AI, CEO
Natural language conversational interfaces are emerging as a powerful new way for people to interact with digital services. In order to design a natural user interface, we need to apply a human-centered design approach. In this hands on design sprint you will learn how to design and prototype a voice conversation action using new Google Design Sprint methodologies. We’ll start from the theory and principles of social interaction, and then start crafting the personality and dialog of your conversational agent. You’ll also learn the investigative rehearsal methodology to rapidly prototype the conversation, putting yourself in the user’s shoes to better understand their ideas, thoughts and emotions throughout the interaction.
Andrew Watson, Marc Paulina, Peter Hodgson, Google
Discover how to create and deploy a voice application on the most popular voice assistants.
Follow these design practices when creating a custom voice app to avoid leaving users frustrated with their voice experience.
Oscar Merry, Opearlo, CTO
Join us for an introduction to building compelling voice experiences for Alexa, the service that powers millions of devices, including Amazon Echo and Echo Dot. The day features an intro to Alexa and an in-depth training course on building skills with the Alexa Skills Kit (ASK), a collection of self-service APIs, tools, documentation and code samples that make it fast and easy for you to add skills to Alexa. Furthermore, we will guide you through the process of publishing your skill to the UK Amazon Skill store. This session is aimed at those who haven't built an Alexa skill before.
Max Amordeluso, Amazon, EU chief evangelist | Sébastien Stormacq, UK Lead, Solution Architecture
Every application and usage for voice is only as good as the use case. Learn how to apply Design Thinking methods in order to decide which use cases are made for voice and add value for the users.
Tilmann Böhme, Future of Voice, Founder
* All workshops will take place at the following address: 19 boulevard Poissonnière 75002 Paris