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Category: Voice

Delivering the Goods with a Supply Chain Control Tower and Cloud Communications

January 20, 2018 Published by // // // // // //

Each time you take a product home from the store, you are at the end of a remarkable series of events. The modern supply chain is complex, efficient and, too often, one false step away from disaster. How do brands, manufacturers, distributors, retailers and myriad other participants each play their part at just the right […]
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Princeton Coders Integrate Lyft and Nexmo APIs for Prize-wining Voice Bot Hack

January 11, 2018 Published by // // //

It never ceases to amaze me what builders can create when given tools and the space to collaborate. Case in point: the team of computer science students from Princeton who won the Vonage-sponsored “Best Use of a Vonage/Nexmo API” prize at the Fall 2017 PennApps collegiate hackathon. Their hack (Lyff), a great combination of innovation […]
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Meet Voice Playground, Your Testing Sandbox for Nexmo Voice Apps

December 12, 2017 Published by // // //

We developed Nexmo Call Control Objects (NCCOs) to provide developers with a flexible mechanism for controlling the flow of a Nexmo Voice API call. Developers use this handy JSON array to generate over 15 billion minutes of global voice traffic every year on our platform. That’s why we’re thrilled to announce the release of Nexmo […]
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Bots and AI: How Personal Will Personal Assistants Be?

November 16, 2017 Published by // //

Will AI-powered personal assistants know users well enough to make relevant, personalized recommendations? WIll they then become a channel for advertisers? Microsoft Technical Evangelist Martin Beeby and I discuss. Watch the clip of our conversation here, or scroll below the video to read the transcript. How Personal Will Personal Assistants Be? Martin Beeby (Technical Evangelist […]
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