The Voicebot Podcast

The Voicebot Podcast is about the intersection of voice and artificial intelligence (AI) technologies. It is a weekly look at trends, founders and newsmakers and supplements the daily research, analysis and news found at

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episode 118: Enterprise Voice Assistant Adoption and Org Structure with Nestle, RBC, and American Red Cross

During the Voice 19 conference, I had the opportunity to host a panel discussion of enterprise voice leaders from Nestle, Royal Bank of Canada, and the American Red Cross. We discuss the first multimodal Alexa skill, Nestle Goodness, with Josh Baillon...



episode 117: Financial Services and Voice AI with Prudential, Visa and TD Ameritrade from Voice Summit

Financial services has become one of the leading industries driving the adoption of voice ad AI technologies. At the Voice 19 conference this year I hosted a panel with Adam Kaye, VP of Architecture Global Business Technology Solutions for Prudential...



episode 116: Amazon Alexa Product Launch Event Commentary from Amazon's Daniel Rausch, USA Today, The Spoon, CNET, and Voicebot

Amazon held its annual Alexa product launch event in September 2019 and there were some expected announcements along with a few surprises. Hearables, smart glasses, smart home, Samuel L. Jackson, Alexa Auto and many more topics were covered in more...



episode 115: Chris Mitchell CEO of Audio Analytic

Chris Mitchell is CEO and founder of Audio Analytic. He has a Ph.D. in information retrieval from Anglia Ruskin University and also holds degrees in audio and music technology and electrical and electronics engineering. He filed a patent for some of...



episode 114: 10 Voice Technology Applications That are Not Alexa and Friends with Jeff Adams CEO of Cobalt

Jeff Adams is best known for leading the ASR team that built Amazon’s Alexa and we went into that history in-depth in episode 59 last year. He has accumulated over 20 patents in speech technology since the 1990s working as an engineer and CTO...


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episode 113: Gene Munster Founder of Loup Ventures Talks Voice SEO, Smart Speaker Sales, and Apple

Gene Munster is managing partner at Loup Ventures, a venture capital fund focused on early-stage investing. We discuss Apple's voice strategy, Voice SEO data, smart speaker sales forecasts and much more. Munster co-founded Loup after 21 years as a...


 08 September 2019  1h2m

episode 112: Braden Ream CEO of Voiceflow

Braden Ream is co-founder and CEO of Voiceflow which was officially founded in 2018. The company initially started around the idea of creating a new company to support the rise of voice assistants and that led the team to create several interactive...


 01 September 2019  1h15m

episode 111: Podcasts and Voice Assistants Interviews with Google, Edison Research, Westwood One, Spoken Layer, Amplifi and Witlingo

This week's interviews are all about the intersection of podcasts (the content) and voice assistants (the channel). Interviews were conducted onsite at the Podcast Movement conference. Guests include Zack Reneau-Wedeen of Google followed by Tom...


 23 August 2019  1h14m

episode 110: Dave Isbitski of Amazon Talks About the Early Days of Alexa

David Isbitski joined the Alexa team in early 2015, shortly after the Amazon Echo launched and before Alexa Skills Kit or the skill store. When he started, it was all about developer office hours, slack groups, and meetups. Today, it is more often...


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episode 109: Adam Cheyer of Samsung and Viv Labs Talks 25 Years of Voice Assistants

Adam Cheyer is co-founder and VP of Engineering of Viv Labs and Vice President of R&D at Samsung. He is also a founding member of and Sentient. Previously, he was co-founder and VP of Engineering at Siri and a director of...


 12 August 2019  37m