Digital Assistants: Helping Those Who Need It Most

Speakers

Kiran Kaja

Google

Cathy Pearl

Google

Many people enjoy interacting with voice user interfaces, but have you stopped to think about the impact they have on people who may need them the most? For the 1.3 billion people around the world with disabilities, digital assistants can make a real impact on their daily lives. They can assist people who are visually impaired, or who have mobility issues. For people who suffer from memory loss, digital assistants can provide information without judgement. Learn how digital assistants are being used in the world today, and how to make them succeed by following conversation design best practices.

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Format: Presentation
Event Type: Session
Level: Beginner