The Voice of the Car Summit will be held on Tuesday, April 9, which will look at the integration of voice assistants in the modern connected car, the best practices in using it and how various automakers are approaching this technology. Presented by VoiceFirst Events, the conference will take place at the Nasdaq Entrepreneurial Center in San Francisco.
“The modern car has much to gain from integrating voice-first technology,” said Bradley Metrock, executive producer of Voice of the Car Summit. “Already, the race is on, as brands such as BMW, Mercedes, Tesla, Hyundai, Ford, and many others integrate various voice assistants and associated tech into their vehicles. The Voice of the Car Summit will look at where the industry is headed, the best practices we've already learned, and who's leading the way with this next frontier in the emergence of voice-first technology.”
The opening keynote will be delivered by Bret Kinsella, editor and publisher of Voicebot.AI, and a lunch keynote by Noelle LaCharite, principal program manager for developer experience at Microsoft AI. While the closing keynote will be presented by Katie McMahon, vice president and general manager for SoundHound.
Among the 17 speakers are Andrew Ku, Google UX designer, to discuss “Google Assistant for the End-to-End Journey in Cars,” and Arianne Walker, chief evangelist for Alexa Automotive, Amazon, who will present “Amazon Alexa in the Car.”
Some of the companies to participate in Voice of the Car Summit include SoundHound, SurveyLine, Audioburst, Voices.com, #250, HARMAN (a Samsung Company), Earplay, Drivetime, Botmock, What3Words.
Visit Voice of the Car website for registration and added information about the conference.