Voice is one of the most significant emerging technologies nowadays. Engineers, influencers, entrepreneurs, and other #voice experts are creating a wide range of voice-AI themed content. And what’s a better way to talk about voice than podcasts? So, we’ve compiled a list of some voice-focused podcasts we enjoyed most, and we hope you’ll find interesting too. Have a great listening and don’t hesitate to propose your favorite voice podcast on our social media.
Who they are: 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 https://voicebot.ai.
If you want to be part of the voice-first revolution, you’ll want to follow Bret. His podcast is a list of who’s who in the voice community. He interviews the entrepreneurs, engineers, and executives shaping the voice technology landscape gathering this way, in one place, the most important news, commentary, research, and analysis of voice technology.
Topics on the podcast include discussions on the people who shape and influence the voice community, voice trends and new products, industries that benefit from voice technologies, new companies, and players…and the future of voice AI.
Recommended Episode: CES 2020 Interviews with Audioburst, Audiobrain, XAPP, WillowTree, RAIN, Nuheara, NPR and More – Voicebot Podcast Ep 132
Who they are: The VoiceFirst Roundtable is VoiceFirst.FM’s weekly news podcast. It’s now in its second season, hosted by Bradley Metrock and part of the VoiceFirst.FM podcast network, and examines the emerging technology of voice-first computing and its growing intersection with all facets of daily life. Its half-hour one-on-one interview format makes the episodes highly focused and topic-specific.
Bradley Metrock has been cited as a leading thought leader on voice technology and AI, and the podcast is rated as very inspiring to hear with excellent guests from a burgeoning area: the ubiquitous voice-first interface. This 10 episode interview show is examining the emergence of #VoiceFirst technology, and its intersection with every facet of modern life.
Recommended Episode: The VoiceFirst Roundtable, Season 2 Episode 2 with Bianca Phillips, Australia’s expert on the intersection of technology, law, ethics, and modern healthcare.
Host: Kane Simms and Dustin Coates
Who they are: The practical voice podcast. Getting into detail on the three core areas of voice: strategy, design, and technology. “The place where voice industry practitioners, start-up founders, and thought-leaders share the juicy details of how they do what they do so that you can do what you do, better.”
The hosts, Kane Simms and Dustin Coates lead technical discussions with industry thought leaders and practitioners that get right to the heart of the three core areas of voice: strategy, design, and technology.
Recommended Episode: Voice technology for kids with Dr. Patricia Scanlon, CEO SoapBox Labs
Who they are: Carl created the Voice Tech Podcast to help us learn from voice technology experts around the world, so we can shape the future of the field. Focused on a single topic, each episode takes deep dives into specific aspects to boost our knowledge and technical skills. Learn about voice interfaces, voice assistants, data science, machine learning, and much more.
The podcast has an international flavor and hosts guests from around the world. Since launching in April 2018, Carl has conducted scores of in-depth interviews with voice industry experts – as they discuss the challenges and innovations in the voice AI industry – building that way one of the most well-known media brands in the voice AI space.
Recommended Episode: The Emotion Machine – Rana Gujral, Behavioral Signals – Voice Tech Podcast ep.035 with Rana Gujral, CEO of Behavioral Signals.
Who they are: This podcast discusses the latest news, projects, research, and breakthroughs about the rapidly expanding intersection of Healthcare and VoiceFirst technologies. They cover Amazon Echo and Alexa devices, Google Assistant, Samsung Bixby, Microsoft Cortana, Apple Siri, and other smart speakers, in addition to voice recognition, natural language understanding, artificial intelligence (AI), and everything that works (and doesn’t work) to help us better understand where our healthcare system is headed.
Teri Fisher is an experienced keynote speaker, educator, consultant, and podcaster, who loves sharing his excitement and passion for artificial intelligence and voice-first technology.
Recommended Episode: The Opportunity for Voice in Healthcare by Dr. Teri Fisher
Who they are: Julie Daniel Davis is the Director of Instructional Technology and Innovation at a private school in Chattanooga, Tennessee, where she strives to impact current generation pedagogy through the lens of the unpredictable world ahead. She enjoys teaching students and teachers to utilize the benefits of technology to enhance the educational experience.
Somewhat of a futurist, Julie wants to be a part of facing the next paradigm of educational problem-solving to make the process of learning more personalized and streamlined. An educator trying to discern how best to utilize voice interface in education that creates meaningful opportunities for teaching and learning.
Recommended Episode: Episode 62, Voice in Education, 3.29.20 Educating During COVID19
Who they are: This podcast is part of the VOICE Summit, created by Modev – the world’s largest voice tech event “where there is a need to bring the right people and technologies together to advance as individuals, organizations, and industry.” It is about showcasing the creative, inclusive community in voice technology with a focus on educational and innovative content.
Co-Hosted by Keri Roberts, Pete Erickson & James Poulter you’ll hear interesting conversations with some of the top leaders in the voice tech space as well as up and coming people in voice and a behind-the-scenes look at VOICE Live from CES, VOICE Global & VOICE 2020. Episodes range from 10-minute conversations to deeper dives lasting an hour or more.
Who they are: The Artificial Podcast is a weekly podcast series that breaks down trending topics in the world of AI and #VoiceFirst so everyone can understand how these technologies are impacting our lives personally and within organizations. Artificial Podcasts feature experts from across the industry who are making waves in AI and Voice, and who are actively working to innovate the space every day.
Nick Myers, the host, interviews and showcase experts from across the industry who are making waves in AI and Voice, and who are actively working to innovate the space every day. They cater to an audience of everyone, but specifically, those actively working in AI and Voice, marketers, IT leaders, and tech-savvy business professionals.
Recommended Episode: 45: Daniel Hill | The New Era of Marketing: Social Media and Voice-First