Voice Wars

Companies are Racing to Push AI-Powered Voice-Assistant Projects to Market; But Education and Flexibility are Needed for Teams to Make Sound Decisions

Creation means nothing. It's survival that counts, in the emerging world of voice-assistant technology. More than 5 billion consumer devices made use of some type of voice-driven digital assistant last year, according to market research firm IHS Markit.
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