Together with Google, Amazon, IcaX and other pioneers within Voice Technology, Talking to me was invited to the Swedish Tax Authority to inspire the organization on how they could work with Voice and Conversational Design.
We’ve just finished off three days in Strömstad that were filled with interesting meetings, lots of knowledge and new impressions. With 50 different lecturers from leading brands around the world, and Talking to me being one of them, we had the chance to learn about different business cases regarding marketing, innovation and creativity.
Ever ended up with a greasy touchscreen while eating or cooking? Imagine a future where touch interfaces are replaced by your voice or even brain when interacting with your devices. The technology is today applied cautiously in certain devices, but its possibilities are infinite and we can expect to soon be interacting with more and …
Bonnier News Next is creating the voice and conversation based news service of the future. Bonnier News Next, the innovation hub of Bonnier News, a major Swedish news publisher, has initiated a project together with the Voice Design agency Talking to me, and Talkamatic, experts within Conversational AI, with the mission to build the voice …
Our team member and co-founder, Erik Lidsheim, shares the importance of brand departments getting involved in emerging tech and AI-initiatives, to ensure brand consistency without compromising on speed. Read this article here!
VOICE Summit sponsored by Amazon Alexa is the world’s largest voice-tech conference attracting over 5000 attendees and 350 speakers, one being our co-founder Diana Mosa who will be a part of two panels during the week.
We just finished off a hectic but interesting week at Almedalen, the annual Swedish politician week in Visby, Gotland. Our team member, Diana Mosa, was there to listen and discuss, but also to represent Talking to me on Google’s stage where she talked about Voice tech and why brands should focus on Voice, but also …
This is what a line-up at Almedalen can look like! DI Digital in collaboration with Changers Hub have handpicked eleven change-makers who will tell their story on the 4th of July. Interested in knowing more? Continue reading!
During this year’s Almedalen week, also known as the Politician’s week, Google and DI Digital have decided to highlight and invest in young entrepreneurs at their stage.
Upplands Motor, one of Sweden’s most successful car dealerships, has together with Talking to me released a voice application for Google Assistant in Swedish. Through this solution, Upplands Motor are driving innovation within the car retailing industry by enabling customers to book a test drive at one of Upplands Motor’s facilities through Google Assistant. By …
We just finished off another successful seminar at Changers Hub Sture where we did a recap of the Voice related news from Google I/O, Google’s annual developer conference in Mountain View. Curious about what we talked about? Make sure to continue reading!
A recap from one of the world’s most exciting and innovative conferences, Google’s annual developer conference in Mountain View.
We are happy to announce that our team member, Diana Mosa, has been named one of the top 103 young entrepreneurs in Sweden by Företagarna – the Swedish Federation of Business Owners.
On May 6, Breakit Impact Challenge will start and Talking to me will face the challenge! It is a digital bootcamp that aims to make the new business climate climate-smart, and eventually climate-neutral.
Look at this! Our Voice Designer, Kajsa Tretow, is giving her thoughts on Voice and smart speakers in Resumé Insikt podcast – make sure to listen!
Talking to me är Nordens första voice-first byrå. Vi jobbar med att designa och utveckla röststyrda tjänster som förenklar människors vardag och vi gör det trevligt att prata med robotar.
Since our last seminar were such a success, with over 50 participants, we just have to do it again.
Why you should focus on setting your voice strategy and realizing it. The use of smart speakers and digital assistants show a record-high growth rate; 23% of the US households has a digital assistant or a voice-first device (Voicebot.ai, 2018) and the prediction is that this number will reach 55% in 2020 (Juniper Research, 2017).
It has happened before. A technology shift that develops exponentially, leading at first to people being disappointed of its impact, expecting several years of development needed to make it into anything useful.