Jon Arnold on Otter.ai at EC19
12:30PM Mar 19, 2019
Talk about aisense is the is the company behind it. So we call these intelligent voice assistants. So Otter is a real time transcription application. But it's much much more than that. Point is the reason all of these companies is they're currently leveraging AI to offer really rich capabilities that transcription is really just the starting point.
What's really valuable here is that once, once you engaged, it can be searched, it can be indexed. It is brought into the conversations of a meeting, especially where whether you're in a meeting or you're not in the meeting, it's the same quality of experience, you get access to all the real time at exchanges, but also the way that words can be searched and say, you know, you can obviously pick out you know, the moment this person talked about AI, or who talked about AI in a meeting. You can pool all that information together and get to bringing to help you manage to get a lot more out of your meetings. So this is really
This is kind of the emerging stuff where these are purpose built applications. So this is a great use case for meetings where the idea is you have all of this all these pieces of a meeting come together that are driven by this speech engine.
So what happens here is you pick up all the threads in the meetings much like if you're in a slack you know, environment and one of the applications here is to say okay, well all the voice pieces now and it ties into threads that may have come into the meeting or not. So it's going to show you another example here from this is another company called voice EA.