Voicebot Podcast Episode 24 – Todd Mozer CEO Sensory Discusses Neural Nets, Wake Words and Two Decades of Voice Technology
Todd Mozer is Chairman and CEO of Sensory. He founded the company in 1994 to enable people to communicate with consumer electronics the way we do with each other, by voice. Sensory builds software and hardware products for voice recognition, biometric identification and other use cases. Voice is the biggest part of Sensory’s portfolio and Todd has over a dozen patents in speech technology. Sensory was pioneering the use of neural networks in the 1990’s and provides underlying voice technology today for companies ranging from AT&T and Huawei to Garmin and Waze.
With CES 2018 going on this week and voice already proving to be a big theme, it is a great time to get Todd’s perspective about Sensory’s evolution along with voice technology innovation over the past 20 years. He talks from a position of experience in both hardware and software for voice interaction. You won’t be disappointed.
Show Notes – Todd Mozer Interview
- Follow Sensory on the web: Sensory
- Read my interview with Todd from 2017: Todd Mozer Interview
- Todd also had some predictions in 2018 here: 2018 Predictions from 20 Voice Innovators
You can listen to the podcast interview above or at any of the locations below.