The Open Voice Network (OVON) is proud to be affiliated with renowned technology groups from across the world. Our organization is committed to partnering with these groups to broaden our reach into the voice and communication industries and to make voice assistance worthy of user trust. Learn more about each of our affiliation partners below.
The Linux Foundation
The Linux Foundation is dedicated to building sustainable ecosystems around open source projects to accelerate technology development and industry adoption. Founded in 2000, the Linux Foundation provides unparalleled support for open source communities through financial and intellectual resources, infrastructure, services, events, and training. Working together, the Linux Foundation and its projects form the most ambitious and successful investment in the creation of shared technology. The Open Voice Network is proud to operate as an open source association of the Linux Foundation. For more information, please visit https://www.linuxfoundation.org/.
China Netcasting Services Association (CNSA) Voice Committee
The China Netcasting Service Association (CNSA) Voice Committee was created in 2019 to focus exclusively on supporting the development of China’s Voice-Tech and Smart Audio industry. Members span across the industry with leading software/hardware manufacturers, IoT businesses, technology leaders, start-ups, and more. As an association, the CNSA Voice Committee also hosts China’s first and only industry conference focusing exclusively towards the voice-tech community, as well as creating industry standards. The CNSA Voice Committee believes that the future is voice-first, and they pledge to work closely to help facilitate the development of this market. For more information, please visit https://www.cnsavoice.org/.
Stanford University Open Virtual Assistant Lab (OVAL)
Stanford University’s Open Virtual Assistant Lab (OVAL) is a world-wide open-source initiative intended to confront three major challenges facing the future of this technology: avoiding fragmentation of the linguistic web, democratizing the power of natural language interfaces, and putting privacy back in the hands of consumers. They believe the breakout success of voice assistants is a testament to the power of natural language interfaces, but they see the potential of the linguistic web as being even bigger. OVAL envisions a future in which this potential is accessible, interoperable, and above all, worthy of our trust. For more information, please visit https://oval.cs.stanford.edu/.