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Earlier this year, Twitter introduced audio tweets on iOS and began testing voice direct messages. Chase bank has rolled out a Chase Digital Assistant on its mobile app this week.
Users can ask the virtual assistant questions about their balances, s, cards, bills, transfers, and more. Digital conversations with friends and colleagues have traditionally revolved around text — typing on our keyboards or phones to communicate messages.
More on The Verge. Although the pandemic has created new demand for video conferencing, screen fatigue has started setting in, leaving space for a new kind of communication platform driven by voice.
Learn how brands can control their data and channels, while enhancing their brand expression and the discoverability of their voice experiences. As many of us continue to work remotely, audio chat is emerging as a unique way to maintain human connection and rapport.
As COVID alters the paradigm of healthcare, digital solutions such as this one are building the future of virtual care to be more engaging and personal. Several companies have started to populate this new audio ecosystem, trying to leverage voice conversations for personal and professional use. With these new capabilities, the company is evolving its focus from a timeline-driven feed experience to a more intimate, voice-driven digital gathering space. Wolters Kluwer Health, a provider of clinical tech for professionals in chatting medical field, is launching an Alexa healthcare skill called Emmi Care Plan, targeted to voices with chronic conditions such as chronic obstructive pulmonary disease recovering after a hospital discharge.
In these rooms, users will be able to view who is in the space and who is speaking while the owner of the space can moderate the chat and choose which users can enter the room.