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 105: Amy Stapleton, Dave Kemp, and Pete Haas Discuss First 100 Episodes

There have been so many rich insights offered by Voicebot Podcast guests that I wanted to figure out a simple way to unlock a few of those nuggets in case you missed the episodes. I also wanted to hear some discussion among dedicated and erudite...



episode 104: Top Voice News of First Half of 2019 with Ben Fox Rubin, Pete Erickson, and Eric Schwartz

The first half of 2019 started with data around big growth numbers for smart speakers over the previous year, Amazon saying there were more than 100 million Alexa enabled devices, followed within a week by Google announcing there were over 1 billion...



episode 103: NYC AI, Bots and Marketing Meetup with Betaworks, Skilled Creative, Vayner Media, and Resemble AI

There are five guests in this week's episode that all attended and presented at the recent AI, Bots, and Marketing meetup in New York City. We are joined by Matt Hartman, a partner at Betaworks. He is followed by Brandon Kaplan, CEO of voice-focused...



episode 102: Rupal Patel CEO of VocaliD Discusses Customized Synthetic Voices

Rupal Patel is the founder and CEO of VocaliD. She founded the company in 2014 to provide voice prostheses for people that cannot speak in their own voices. The company continues with that work today and has expanded into customized voices for brands...



episode 101: The Re MARS Interviews with Pulse Labs, Volley, The Cube, Reuters, Bondad, and Philosophical Creations

Today’s episode is a compilation of six interviews captured onsite at Amazon’s inaugural Re: MARS conference earlier this month. MARS stands for Machine Learning, AI, Robots, and Space, and it is designed to showcase what Amazon thinks about the...


 2019-06-17  1h18m

episode 100: Audrey Arbeeny of Audiobrain Talks Sonic Branding and the Rise of Voice

Audrey Arbeeny is an Emmy Award Winning Executive Producer and Creative Director that is also the founder of Audiobrain, a leading sonic branding agency. Sonic branding is brand strategy and production based on sound. In Audiobrain’s model, sonic...


 2019-06-10  1h19m

episode 99: Margaret Mayer VP of Conversational AI at Capital One Talks Voice Assistants, Alexa, and Eno

Margaret Mayer is the Managing Vice President, Messaging, Conversational AI & Emerging Technologies at Capital One and has been with the company over 20 years. In her current role, Mayer is well known for her work overseeing Capital One’s...


 2019-05-31  57m

episode 98: Marco Iacono COO of Viv and Head of Product for Samsung Bixby Talks Voice Assistant Design and Launch

Marco Iacono is COO and head of product at Viv Labs and a VP of Mobile R&D at Samsung. Viv Labs is the Samsung acquisition that gave us Bixby 2.0 that was introduced last summer with the Galaxy Note 9 Launch. Marco was previously a Product Manager...


 2019-05-26  1h12m

episode 97: Amir Hirsh CEO of Audioburst Discusses Audio Content Search and Discovery

Amir Hirsh is founder and CEO of Audioburst. He founded the company in 2014 after a long career in cybersecurity with the idea of transcribing and indexing all audio content to make search and discovery as easy for audio as it is for text....


 2019-05-20  1h22m

episode 96: Four Developers React to Google IO 2019 Announcements

The annual Google I/O developer conference had a lot of focus on Google Assistant as expected, but the company's direction is clearly shifting. In this week's Voicebot Podcast, four Google Action developers offer their initial reactions to the Google...


 2019-05-13  46m