A workshop series that focuses on the future where touch is no longer the primary user interface.

As Amazon Alexa, Google Home and other voice assistants become evermore ubiquitous, find how your brand can stay relevant with customers.

What is a Voice User Interface?

A Voice User Interface is a system that is operated purely via voice. This is made possible by modern technology based on artificial intelligence and machine learning. A Voice User Interface is able to capture human speech at a very high quality level. Never before has it been possible to achieve a speech recognition accuracy of 95% – today’s Voice User Interfaces even show a steadily increasing tendency.
Voice User Interfaces such as Amazon Alexa or Google Home can be equipped with applications like Alexa Skills or Google Actions – similar to apps on a smartphone. With the appropriate capabilities, Voice User Interfaces can be used to control our technical environment, retrieve specific information or access specific services.

Why Voice?

EASIER

FASTER

MORE NATURAL

As speech recognition accuracy goes from 95% to 99%, all of us in the room will go from barely using it today to using it all the time. Most people underestimate the difference between 95% and 99% accuracy. 99% is a game changer.

Andrew Ng, Chief Scientist at Baidu

Who are we?

VUI.agency, headquartered in Munich, is a leader in the field of Voice User Interface Design and, with experienced Voice Architects from the fields of linguistics and journalism, offers the perfect conditions to create the best possible user experience for voice applications. Technically, the teamof VUI.agency builds on decades of experience in the areas of content management systems and scalable infrastructures. With this symbiosis of voice design and technical know-how, VUI.agency guarantees smooth functionality when implementing innovative ideas on the interface of the future.

For whom are these workshops?

CXO's
Marketing Managers
Brand Managers
Innovation Managers
Decision Makers
You

"We are getting more acclimated to devices that respond to your voice instead of your finger. Voice and AI are the two most important things that we should be paying attention to."

iPhone co-creator Andy Grignon

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