Bots and AI will usher in an era where voice becomes the primary computing interface—and it’ll happen faster than you think. Will brands be prepared to engage customers in this new reality? Senior bot developers from Microsoft, Nexmo and Opearlo offer a glimpse into the future. Watch the full one-hour video: https://youtu.be/InJe29Yz5UM
The major providers in the AI bot space all offer roughly the same technology, but each one has its own terminology. From bot platform to bot channel to bot framework, Nexmo Developer Advocate Sam Machin asked Microsoft Technical Evangelist Martin Beeby and CEO/Co-Founder of The Bot Platform Syd Lawrence to help him sort it all out. Watch the full one-hour video: https://youtu.be/InJe29Yz5UM
As voice assistants like Alexa get wider adoption and listen in on more of people’s lives, how do developers balance the need for user privacy against the value of organic user data? Tech leaders from Microsoft, Nexmo and The Bot Platform weigh in. Watch the full one-hour video: https://youtu.be/InJe29Yz5UM
How do you decide whether your AI bot should be a chatbot or a voice bot? The context of the use case is important, but is that the only factor? Tech leaders from Microsoft, Nexmo, Opearlo, and The Bot Platform share their experiences from the frontlines of bot development. Watch the full one-hour video: https://youtu.be/InJe29Yz5UM
With so many channels available to deliver messages to users these days—SMS, email, push notifications, and so on—where does bot messaging fit in? And how different from the other channels is it really from a tech standpoint? Tech leaders from Microsoft, Nexmo, and The Bot Platform share their viewpoints in a discussion that also touches on the influence of marketing interests in new channels. Wat...
Chris Moore is head of Nexmo's Chat App API business, where he leads global strategy and partnerships with the global messaging apps. In this presentation, Chris will discuss the future of A2P (Application-to-person) messaging, the decline of P2P (Person-to-person) messaging, and how messaging apps will soon be avenues for brands to reach customers.
In the US, all messages generated by an application must be sent over a Short Code. The process to procure a Short Code can take you anywhere from 8-12 weeks and cost you thousands of dollars before your first message is ever sent. Learn how to avoid potential pitfalls in your application process and even begin sending Short Codes messages in under a week with Nexmo’s Preapproved Short Codes.