Dave Kemp of Oaktree Products on Voice UIs in Flight & Travel - Ep. 1
The Speechly Podcast
Welcome to the 1st official Episode of the Speechly Podcast. In this episode, we cover the following topics in the Voice User Interface space with Dave Kemp of Oaktree Products: - We used the United Skill on Alexa as a starting point to look at how Voice Tech is making its way into the Flight & Travel space. - What types of Voice Enabled experiences are users ready for in 2021? - What is the definition of a Multi Modal Voice Experience? Does it need to be redefined frequently? - How can product teams embrace Multi Modal design in flight and travel when using Voice as a Feature vs. Voice as a Conversational Channel. Follow Speechly: Speechly.com @SpeechlyAPI GitHub.com/Speechly Follow Dave: @Oaktree_Dave LinkedIn OaktreeProducts.com
Hearables and the Future with Dave Kemp - Episode 37
Bixby Developers Chat
In this episode, Roger talks with Dave Kemp. Dave runs business development for Oaktree Products but is most well known for his Future Ear podcast and his thought leadership around hearables and voiceDave and Roger discussDave's Background and the founding of Oaktree ProductsHow a hearing aid components company and Dave got involved with voiceDave's early experiences with voice and the synergy he saw between Oaktree's business and voiceThe massive opportunity for voice and older adultsWhy the industry hasn't figured out this massive opportunityHow wear all the time devices like hearing aids open up new opportunities to think about where and how we can use voiceThe post-phone eraAirpods, earpods, etc, and the innovation we are seeingAmbient computingHearing augmentation and consumer devices. Podcasting - how and why Dave started Future Ear RadioThe joys of podcasting and advice for those starting out as podcastersThe secret networking tool that podcasting isDave's 2nd podcast, This Week in HearingThe interesting model behind This Week in HearingDave's business idea: Golf + VoiceDave predictions for the short and long termLinks from the ShowOaktree Products - www.oaktreeproducts.comFuture Ear Radio Podcast and Blog - futurear.co/future-ear-radioThis Week in Hearing podcast - hearinghealthmatters.org/thisweekKeeping in TouchDave on LinkedIn - www.linkedin.com/in/dave-kempDave on Twitter -@Oaktree_DaveDave's Blog - futurear.coFuture Ear Radio on Twitter - @FuturEar_RadioThis Week in Hearing on Twitter - @WeekinHearingHost: Roger Kibbe(@rogerkibbe) is a senior developer evangelist for Samsungwww.linkedin.com/in/rkibbeEpisodesAll Bixby Developers Chat Episodes available on your favorite podcast player and at:bixbydev.buzzsprout.comMore about BixbySamsung Bixby is a next-generation, AI platform that enables developers to build rich voice and conversational AI experiences for the Bixby Marketplace, and Bixby devices including phones, watches, televisions, smart appliances, and more.Bixby Developers Homepage - https://bixbydevelopers.com/Bixby Developers Github - https://github.com/bixbydevelopersBixby Developers YouTube Channel - https://www.youtube.com/c/bixbydevelopersBixby Developers Twitter - twitter.com/BixbyDevelopersBixby Developers Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/BixbyDevelopers/Bixby Developer News/Blogs - https://bixby.developer.samsung.com/Support the show (https://www.bixbydevelopers.com)
001 - The Impact of Consumer Audio on Hearing Hearing Healthcare - Brent Edwards, Andy Bellavia & Dave Kemp
This Week in Hearing
Guests: Brent Edwards, Director of the National Acoustics Lab; Andy Bellavia, Director of Business Development at Knowles Corp Moderator: Dave Kemp, Director of Business Development at Oaktree Products For the inaugural episode of This Week in Hearing, Dave Kemp interviews Brent Edwards, Ph.D, director of National Acoustic Labs, and Andy Bellavia, Director of Market Development for Knowles Corp. They discuss the blurring line between consumer audio and traditional hearing aids, and the potential impact on the hearing health industry.
Ep. 149 - The Future of Hearing Technology with Dave Kemp
Hence The Future
The Hearing Health Revolution 🔊 In this episode, Mattimore sits down with Dave Kemp to explore where the hearing health industry, and hearing technology in general, is heading... Topics Discussed: Hearing loss, deafness, tinnitus Why isn’t there a cure yet? Primary causes of hearing loss Treatments for hearing loss mRNA + bio-technology solutions Neuralink + neural implant solutions Bimodal stimulation for tinnitus Anti-aging tactics for hearing loss AirPods impact on hearing industry Reducing stigma of hearing aids Hearing aids vs. hearables Machine learning solutions Future of hearing technology Future Scenarios: Worst case scenario Best case scenario Most likely scenario Thanks for tuning in 🔭 Website: hencethefuture.com/ Instagram: instagram.com/hencethefuture/ Twitter: twitter.com/hencethefuture YouTube: youtube.com/c/HenceTheFuturePodcast Hashtags: #htf #hearingtechnology #hearingtech
In this episode I interview Dave Kemp. Dave is based in San Diego, California, but floats Worldwide. Dave is Music Producer, a Multi Faceted Teacher, and an Entrepreneur. In this episode we talk about music production, musical inspirations, the art of music, and Dave’s philosophies on music and life. You can follow Dave @dtomusic on Instagram, and on his websites at dtomusic.com, and everythingisperfect.com.--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/appSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/c-taylor-gallegos/support
The Aural Attention Economy with Dave Kemp of Oaktree Products
We are entering into what our guest today, Dave Kemp of Oaktree Products calls, the Aural Attention Economy. Dave talks with Keri Roberts about why we're headed into a more audio based world, how podcasts, voice, hearables and search will work together, the affect hearables have on our brain, and how brands should think differently about developing for hearables vs an at home voice device. __ The call for proposals for VOICE Summit 2020 is available now. Having the opportunity to speak at VOICE Summit will be highly competitive this year, so if you'd like the chance to be a speaker at this years event, fill out the form at voicesummit.ai and click on "apply to speak." Proposals are only open until January 31st, so be sure to get yours in now. That's voicesummit.ai and click on "apply to speak."
054 - Will You Use One Voice Assistant or Many? Dave Kemp and Katherine Prescott
Beetle Moment Marketing Podcast
Topics:Whether should brands create their own mini voice assistants like Beeb - which kind of brands should consider this? Katherine explainsThe newly announced Interoperability Initiative will strive to ensure that voice activated devices will work with multiple digital assistants like Alexa and Siri at the same time.The two camps regarding what the voice-first future holds:A) People will mainly interact with just one assistant (see Adam Cheyer, co-founder of Siri Inc.)B) We will all use multiple voice assistantsC) A middle ground of master and mini assistants - Dave explains how Alexa could launch Beeb (BBC's assistant) or Spot (Spotify's assistant) - and Beeb would be the master of that smaller domain / use case, making a better overall experienceAlexa eventually functioning as an App Store - but for voicePlus, how devices like Echo Buds and Echo Frames fit in to a world of mini voice assistantsWhat is the potential of Echo Buds to allow us to access web content we have never thought of as audio enabled? Echo Frames could be quite powerful to usher us into a world where the input is pure voice but the output/response is multimodal (visual and audio) - Katherine makes a great point hereGuests:Dave Kemp, Business Development Manager at Oaktree Products, Inc.FuturEar.co@Oaktree_DaveKatherine Prescott, Founder & Editor at VoiceBrew@kbprescott1-click subscribe to this podcast anywhere See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Dave Kemp is the Business Development Manager for Oaktreek Products which is a leading provider of clinical supplies to the hearing care industry. Dave became fascinated with voice technology in 2016 as he realized that it was becoming more feasible to access smart assistants through Bluetooth hearing aids that were just beginning to come to market. In 2017, Dave launched his blog FuturEar.co where he authors a daily update on all things hearables, hearing aids, and voice technology. In this week’s episode of The Artificial Podcast Nick chats with Dave about the history and some of the new advances being made in hearable technology. Nick and Dave talk about the rise of the Apple Airpods and the critical role that they play in expanding Voice-First tech into the hearables space. They also touch on Voice-First as a whole and what the future could look like in a world where Voice is ubiquitous in our daily lives. How to contact Dave: LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/dave-kemp-03016127/ Twitter: @Oaktree_dave Learn more about FuturEar.Co: Website: https://futurear.co/ Alexa Flash Briefing: https://www.amazon.com/Witlingo-Future-Ear-Radio/dp/B07PL9X5WK/ref=sr_1_1?keywords=future+ear+radio&qid=1552337687&s=digital-skills&sr=1-1-catcorr What do you want to learn about in the world of AI and Voice-First? Interested in becoming a guest? Send an email to Nick Myers at firstname.lastname@example.org. Follow Nick On: LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/nick-myers-15290359/ Twitter: @therednickm Instagram: @therednickm Want to learn more about how RedFox AI can help give your brand a voice through the power of AI and Voice-First? Visit https://redfoxcreate.com.
Nehemiah: Keeping Faith in the Face of Opposition - Cardiff Central Evening(Dave Kemp)
Vineyard Church Cardiff
On Sunday, Dave Kemp spoke from Nehemiah 4, exploring the lessons we can learn from Nehemiah’s response to opposition. He looked at the ways that the enemy likes to take us out, and how we must stand our ground, remember who God is and who we are in God.