Last December, NoHold introduced SICURA QuickStart, a product to help small businesses create chatbots from structured texts, like a Word document. Now NoHold is looking to do the same for Alexa skills.
Tech startup Daptly believes that consumers want more than voice-only commands when it comes to controlling their virtual assistants. The Daptly Display offers both gesture and voice commands for its users.
Samsung officially unveiled its new virtual assistant Bixby today alongside its Galaxy S8 smart phone.
A recent article from Bloomberg reports that Marriot International is testing voice-assistant devices from both Apple and Amazon for its hotel chains.
Cortana has reached out to several Amazon Alexa developers recruiting them to port their existing skills to Cortana Skills Kit (CSK).