During the SMX East conference, I talked about the topic of voice, and in particular, I discussed how to create a personal assistant application. During the Q&A for this session, Industry Email List a few questions remained unanswered, and in today's post, I'll address five of them. In the first of these questions, I'm going to dig deeper into my thoughts on the total amount of overall voice search usage today. Check it out because you might see the Industry Email List data you expect! 1. To compete with others on Google search, do we need to build a voice search app?
Although I'm a fan of building personal Industry Email List assistant apps, my experience suggests that the level of use of most of these apps remains relatively low, with a few exceptions. I think it makes sense for a lot of organizations to have a voice application program, Industry Email List but for most of them it's about gaining voice experience while it's is still relatively early in this new arena. I think you should experiment with the voice today. Not because the voice is huge right now, but because it will be and it's coming fast. In other words, having a personal assistant app isn't a requirement to participate in
Google Search, but in a few years it probably will be. So why start now? Simple: voice as an input source will change user expectations of how dialogue between humans and machines should work, and learning how to handle voice recognition and natural Industry Email List language processing is difficult. You will need to experiment with this and learn how it works and it will take time to develop this expertise. Many of you are probably thinking that you've seen plenty Industry Email List of stats that suggest the voice is already huge,