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Tim Kahle

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The Future of Voice Interactions as Experiences | EP11.S2 Tim Kahle


Tim Kahle is the co-founder of 169 Labs in Munich and Cologne, one of the leading German voice assistant agencies. With expertise in UX / UI design and years of conversational design experience, he is responsible for the conception, design and marketing of voice applications. Tim is also one of 64 Alexa Champions worldwide.#voiceui #voiceuserinterface #voiceassistant00:00 Intro03:49 Being in the Top 40 Voice AI influencers & the beginning of 169 Labs08:05 What is Voice UI11:02 His GGUTT feelings towards Voice UI12:40 The difficulties of selling a voice assistants as a  service14:22 How the market changed with regards to Voice UI17:08 Where he sees Voice UI going19:25 Where Voice UI can help22:29 Data collection & privacy25:41 How smart is their device?32:34 Features being researched for the voice assistants35:29 Conferences ran by his company37:44  Baby steps firstMore about Tim Kahle:https://www.169labs.com/Mentioned in this episode:Competing for Customer Time, Attention, and Money| EP26.S1 with Joe PineAll About Voice---🟣Apple Podcasts https://go.ggutt.com/gguttalks-apple🟢Spotify https://go.ggutt.com/gguttalks-spotify🔵Google Podcasts https://go.ggutt.com/gguttalks-google🟡Amazon Music  https://go.ggutt.com/gguttalks-amazon🔴YouTube teaser: http://go.ggutt.com/videos---GGUTTALKS is a podcast focusing on business and tech for good, experience design and ggutt feelings. It is aimed at  corporates, professionals, entrepreneurs and anyone interested in building, growing or pivoting businesses and data-driven products with impact. Guests are entrepreneurs, investors and industry leaders.🛎 Subscribe to GGUTTALKS on your favorite podcast player!🔗 Let's get Linking:Linkedin https://go.ggutt.com/linkedinYoutube: http://go.ggutt.com/videoInstagram: http://go.ggutt.com/instagramTikTok: https://go.ggutt.com/tiktokEnroll in the Free Impact Strategy Readiness Email Course or Free Video Course on using Post-its to optimize workflows🔵 Join the Telegram Channel - latest tech, design, investment news to read!


9 Feb 2022

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Four Alexa Champions walk down memory lane with Nick Schwab, Eric Olsen, Tim Kahle and Steve Arkonovich

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We catch up with 4 Amazon Alexa Champions to discuss the then, now and future of the Alexa skills ecosystem and the voice first community.Presented by ReadspeakerReadspeaker is a pioneering voice technology company that provides lifelike Text to Speech (TTS) services.Whether you're needing a TTS voice for your IVR system, voice application, automobile, robot, public service announcement system, website or anywhere else, Readspeaker have you covered.They've been in the TTS game for over 20 years and have in-depth knowledge and experience in AI and Deep Neural Networks, which they put to work in creating custom TTS voices for the world's biggest brands.If you're in the market for any form of TTS technology, check out Readspeaker today.In this episodeThe Alexa Champions program is an honorary award given by Amazon in recognition of great service to the Alexa platform and ecosystem.All four of today's guests are Alexa Champions, and they take us for a walk down memory lane and discuss:what the community and the voice first ecosystem was like when they first startedwhat made them start building Alexa skillsthe signs that signalled things were going wellthe current state of the voice first communitywhat they wish for in futureSteve Arkonovich and Eric Olsen were two of the very first Alexa Champions. Nick Schwab followed in the next batch, then Tim Kahle.Steve was building skills before the Alexa Skills Kit even existed! Over time, he's built up a rack of skills published under his company, Philosophical Creations. His skill, Big Sky, is one of the most used skills on the platforms and is to this day a sterling example of a great voice first and multi modal experience.Some of Eric Olsen's first skills were Complibot and Insultibot, skills that generate random compliments and insults for users every day. Eric is the founder of 3PO Labs has always been a keen member of the voice community and is one of the most active members in the Alexa Slack channel, offering help, advice and guidance for budding skill developers.Nick Schwab is the founder of Invoked apps and runs some of the most used skills on the Alexa platform. His suite of sleep sounds bring in around 300,000 users per day, a side hustle that famously earned him enough money to buy a Tesla.Tim Kahle is the co-founder of 169 Labs, based out of Germany and the organiser of the All About Voice conference. Tim and co-founder, Dominik Meißner, won an Alexa hackathon in Germany in 2016, released a series of skills and founded one of the leading voice agencies in Germany off the back of it. The All About Voice conference in Munich is the leading voice first event in Europe.LinksSteve on Twitter and LinkedInEric on Twitter and LinkedInNick on Twitter and LinkedInTim on Twitter and LinkedIn Our GDPR privacy policy was updated on August 8, 2022. Visit acast.com/privacy for more information.


5 Feb 2020

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WW Episode 7 - A New Voice in German Tech with Tim Kahle

Working Wisely

Podcaster and Co-founder of Germany's All About Voice conference Tim Kahle highlights recent developments in Europe's voice interface ecosystem and elaborates on his own passion for getting the technology right.

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13 Dec 2019

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Tim Kahle and Dominik Meissner of 169 Labs Discuss Voice Adoption in Europe - Voicebot Podcast Ep 75

The Voicebot Podcast

Tim Kahle and Dominik Meissner are co-founders of 169 Labs, a leading voice app development agency in Germany. They discuss Amazon Alexa skill and Google Action adoption by brands and media in Europe, the challenges of language localization, how consumers view voice assistant technology, and similarities between voice today and the mobile app stores a decade ago. The duo founded 169 Labs shortly after winning an Alexa skill hackathon in 2017 and Tim was recently named an Alexa champion. 


24 Dec 2018

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#7 mit 169 Labs CEO Tim Kahle


Gehört Audio und Voice die Zukunft?Audio, Voice, Smart Speaker, Podcasts sind in aller Munde. Der Markt boomt ohne Ende. Ich habe mit Tim Kahle, dem CEO @ 169 Labs GmbH über Smart Speaker und Audio allgemein gesporchen. Tim und seine Company realisieren Voice User Interfaces und Ihre Anwendungen für Sprachassistenten wie Amazon Alexa oder Google Assistant. Warum Voice eine neue Plattform ist und warum man deshalb in Plattformen denken muss erfahrt ihr in der neuen Folge der Freitagsspitzen.Mehr Infos zur 169 Labs GmbH gibt es hier https://www.169labs.com/Produktionsdatum: Köln, 02.11.2018


20 Nov 2018

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#VOICE18 with Tim Kahle and Dominik Meißner of 169 Labs

VUX World

We celebrate the 6 month anniversary of VUX World by reviewing the modev Voice Summit event that took place last week in Newark. We anchor on the Voice Summit to take stock of 2018 and look forward to what brands, designers and developers should be focusing on over the next 6 months.To guide us through #VOICE18, Dustin and I are joined by Tim Kahle and Dominik Meißner, founders of 169 Labs.Win 2 free tickets to the All About Voice conference in Munich on 12th October169 Labs are running a voice first conference of their own on 12th October in Munich: All About Voice.For a chance to win 2 free tickets to the event, just send a tweet using #AllAboutVoice and answer the question: why is 2018 all about voice?169 Labs will pick a random winner who'll receive 2 free tickets to the conference.Use the code VUXWORLD to save 10%.Buy ticketsLinksCheck out the Voice Summit websiteVisit the All About Voice websiteVisit the 169 Labs websiteSee the 169 Labs and Amazon Twitch broadcastSee Tim Kahle's slides from his talkRead Dustin Coates' write up on day 1 Our GDPR privacy policy was updated on August 8, 2022. Visit acast.com/privacy for more information.

1hr 9mins

30 Jul 2018