Hosted by Oita Coleman and the leaders of the Ethical Use Task Force – 29 March
18:00 Central European Summer Time |12:00 Eastern Daylight Time | 09:00 Pacific Daylight Time
Introducing the TrustMark Initiative from the Open Voice Network
Join Oita Coleman and leaders from the Open Voice Network’s Ethical Use Task Force for an in-depth overview of OVON’s forthcoming TrustMark Initiative program – covering the what, why and how this program will become an instrumental piece of our mission to make voice worthy of user trust.
Hear from those responsible for creating the TrustMark Initiative, as well as industry leaders on how they’ll be working with the the program in their own organizations. We’ll discuss how you can take your first steps with the TrustMark Initiative, and we’ll also share a preview of our plans for the TrustMark Initiative at Project Voice 2023 in Chattanooga, TN this late April.
As we launch the TrustMark Initiative, we look forward to collecting feedback and hearing your questions and concerns. This is your opportunity to interact directly with the researchers doing the work.
To help us showcase the work that has gone into creating the TrustMark Initiative, the Open Voice Network is excited to welcome:
– Oita Coleman – Senior Advisor, Open Voice Network
– Valeria Barbero – Business Director, Mother Tongue (OMNICON)
– James Poulter – CEO & Co-founder, Vixen Labs
– Janice Mandel – Communications Advisor & Storyteller, Open Voice Network
– Mellini Monique – Founder & Principal Vocal Culturist, Vocal Culture Garden
The webinar will take place on Wednesday, 29 March at 18:00 Central European Summer Time / 12:00 Eastern Daylight Time / 09:00 Pacific Daylight Time.
Meet the Panelists
Learn more about the Open Voice Network’s TrustMark Initiative from this impressive selection of panelists. Please click on each individual’s name to learn more about their background.
The Open Voice Network (OVON), an open source association of The Linux Foundation, seeks to make voice technology worthy of user trust—a task of critical importance as voice emerges as a primary, multi-device portal to the digital and IOT worlds, and as independent, specialist voice assistants take their place next to general purpose platforms. The Open Voice Network will achieve its vision through the communal development and adoption of industry standards and usage guidelines, industry education and advocacy initiatives, and the development and documentation of voice-centric value propositions. As a directed fund of The Linux Foundation, OVON enjoys access to the expertise and shared legal, operational, and marketing services of The Linux Foundation, a world leader in the creation of open source projects and ecosystems.