Far from HAL or Her, the current generation of voice interfaces represents an incredibly important step forward – but the journey to the next generation of experiences is far from over. In this talk, Cheryl Platz draws from her extensive experience to highlight several key shortcomings of today’s voice user interfaces. As we examine these shortcomings, we discover important opportunities for today’s product teams. These opportunities impact all disciplines – AI, design, product management, and business development in particular.
This talk is available in short form (20-30 minutes) and keynote length (45 minutes). The longer form covers additional design opportunities. As this is a future-focused talk, the content is regularly updated to address emerging developments in the field.
As seen at…
- Amuse UX 2018 (40 minutes): Budapest, Hungary
- UX London 2018 (45 minutes)
- Microsoft Research (45 minutes): Redmond, Washington
- Webdagene 2017 (20 minutes): Oslo, Norway
Amuse UX 2018, Budapest
Long form: UX London 2018
The Future of Voice: Cheryl Platz, UX London 2018 from Clearleft on Vimeo.
On social media
@muppetaphrodite what a great and insightful talk! #amuseconf pic.twitter.com/wL44IVnXpe
— Mish.kso (@mishkso) October 29, 2018
We must find a way to break the bias cycle in voice user interface designs… @muppetaphrodite #uxlondon pic.twitter.com/ZyXpqBwc7j
— blueegg (@blueeggtweets) May 25, 2018
The bias spiral #amuseconf great presentation going on here at the Amuse stage, thank you @muppetaphrodite pic.twitter.com/gdfaxP00ad
— Judit (@elwenion) October 29, 2018
Great talk in TNG design @muppetaphrodite #UXLondon in combination with Joshs talk wonderful @bigmediumjosh pic.twitter.com/Ckk6czHgTY
— Florian Steiner (@stefloat) May 25, 2018
Great talk by @muppetaphrodite on voice UI & the importance of #standardization 👏 #webdagene pic.twitter.com/Zd6MqhYZSw
— Rie Aleksandra, GDPR 🤓 (@riealeksandra) October 20, 2017
@muppetaphrodite 🙏 your presentation is a blessing for all of us @ #webdagene day2 about #voiceUI 🗣🤘#bias #alexa #siri pic.twitter.com/U921tHRNhy
— Gedi (@gedisius) October 20, 2017