By Suhas Uliyar, Oracle VP Product Management
These are exciting times for those of us who are working in Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML) space.
Take Voice Assistants as an example. In the consumer world, voice assistants have gone from “the next best thing” to ubiquitous household items. We turn to these voice devices at our homes to get the weather forecast, listen to our favorite tunes, find out the latest in news, play trivia, or simply to entertain ourselves. All this while we are acutely aware that at the end of the day, it is simply a machine. It is nowhere near the capacity of a human mind to be able to process complex statements let alone switch gears from one topic to the other and making sense of it all. Plus, there’s the fact that it is recording our private conversations! But convenience outweighs even our hesitation due to privacy concerns.
In the enterprise world, however, such security breaches are a non-starter! So, how do we drive an intelligent Voice Assistant for an enterprise - enabling it to analyze enterprise specific and domain specific vocabulary that the open domain models are not trained with? Make voice, user interactions become more expressive that requires the voice assistant to process even the more complex queries, deriving intelligence from all available enterprise resources and respond in context to the request made? And more importantly, how do we avoid the security and privacy issues that we are seeing with most of the current consumer-grade voice assistants today?
Join me on a live webcast as we unveil Oracle’s new AI-Voice for the enterprise this Wednesday, July 17that 10 am PT. I will be going through the details on how we are doing things different at Oracle and the possibilities with an enterprise-grade, secure AI-voice enabled Digital Assistant. I will also be going through a demo that you wouldn’t want to miss. To register, simply sign up here: http://bit.ly/OracleNewAIVoice
Happy to discuss more during or after the webcast!