Future of Voice Podcast Ep. 13: Understanding the Value of Extracted Voice Data with Ken Sutton
Ken Sutton, Co-Founder, President, and CEO of Yobe, Inc., joins us for Episode 13 of the Future of Voice Podcast!
One of the Open Voice Network’s most important pillars of trustworthy voice and conversational AI is accessibility for underserved groups. This mindset, along with a project to help a friend’s autistic son be able to enjoy music inside the cabin of a car, is what Ken describes as the “genesis” to the organization he co-founded – Yobe, Inc.
In the years since, Yobe has reframed their innovative technologies to find and extract useful data from conversational audio – even audio that is created in noisy environments where typical conversational agents often struggle. Join us as Ken shares more details on the inception of Yobe, how the organization is showing their clients the value of extracted voice data, and other use cases where conversational AI can enhance the user experience in noisy environments.
The Future of Voice Podcast is hosted by Jon Stine, Executive Director of the Open Voice Network, a community of The Linux Foundation.
The Open Voice Network is dedicated to making voice worthy of user trust. Learn more at openvoicenetwork.org.