Voice in Canada Briefcast
A technology podcast from Teri Fisher
In this daily short 2-minute flash briefing (ie. briefcast), Teri Fisher from Voice in Canada and The Voice Den, reveals all of his top Amazon Alexa, Google Assistant, Apple Siri, Microsoft Cortana, Samsung Bixby, and other smart speaker strategies, skills, actions, capsules, shortcuts, news, power tips and tricks for Canadians. Discover how you can get the most out of your conversational AI voice first service so you can have the time and freedom to make your life more organized, relaxed, stress-free, entertaining, and fun!
We cover everything from Echo, Nest, Home, Homepod, and iPhone devices, to personal digital assistants, smart home automation, flash briefings, voice recognition, natural language understanding, and artificial intelligence (AI). Find out everything that works (and doesn’t work) to help get your digital assistant working for you.
Voice in Canada is an independent publication and has not been authorized, sponsored, or otherwise approved by Amazon, Apple, Google, Microsoft, Samsung, or any other company.
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