Moderated by Donald Buckley
The Open Voice Network is excited to host Part 2 of our webinar series, Show Me the Money – Monetizing Voice. This three-part series explores the financial component of the growing voice industry, namely where money will be found with and through voice. We discuss how brands and agencies can justify the investment in voice with concrete examples of enterprise, B2B, and B2C use cases that focus on revenue, operational efficiency, and cost reduction.
Join us on Wednesday, 28 September at 21:00 CET // 15:00 ET // 12:00 PT for Part 2 of the series, featuring a new panel of prominent experts from the voice industry:
We look forward to sharing our knowledge on the current landscape of voice as it pertains to investing, increasing cash flow, and redefining business. Register today for this free webinar to learn more about monetizing the future of voice.
Dr. Rupal Patel is an internationally renowned speech scientist turned entrepreneur, bringing decades of clinical, academic, scientific and social entrepreneurship experience to Veritone. As Vice President of Voice & Accessibility, Dr. Patel is responsible for setting strategy and leading innovation efforts in the voice AI space, in addition to expanding the reach and impact of Veritone’s voice solutions for those living with disabilities or inequities. A preeminent thought leader in voice AI, Dr. Patel advocates for ethical transparent and fair use policies that can broaden the monetization capabilities for voice-over artists by leveraging AI.
Prior to Veritone, Dr. Patel was the Founder and CEO of VocaliD, a voice AI company acquired by Veritone in 2022, that creates synthetic voices with personality for discerning brands that understand the power of customized voice and for individuals living with speechlessness who want to be heard in a voice that is uniquely theirs. VocaliD was a spinout from Dr. Patel’s research lab at Northeastern University, where she is a tenured Full Professor with interdisciplinary appointments in the Bouve College of Health Science and Khoury College of Computer Science. Named one of Fast Company’s 100 Most Creative People in Business, she has been featured on TED, NPR, WIRED, and in major international news and technology publications.