Roger Kibbe is a Senior Developer Evangelist for Viv Labs, the engine behind Samsung’s Bixby 2.0. As a developer evangelist, Roger gets developers excited about building amazing new AI and voice experiences using Bixby. Roger has over 20 years of experience leveraging technology for strategic business advantage. Prior to Viv Labs, Roger founded both a voice product startup and a voice consulting firm. Roger also spent many years leading Omnichannel technology strategy for GAP Inc. while also gaining valuable experience in technology consulting. In this week’s episode, Nick chats with Roger Kibbe of Viv Labs about the current state of intelligent voice assistants like Bixby, Alexa, and Google Assistant and where he thinks the technology is ultimately headed. Roger also talks about what it has been like to work with Adam Cheyer who is one of the leading experts in today’s voice technology industry. Nick and Roger also dive into the importance of focusing on the human experience of designing voice applications and why it is the most important piece to the voice tech puzzle. Roger also shares where he thinks voice technology is headed and his vision of a world where intelligent voice assistants understand context and help us solve real-world problems.
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