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Open Voice #89: voice prank stickers, 'de slimste mens', voice & legal guide by the DDMA, synthetic media, voice devices from 2 centuries ago, 147 million smart speakers sold last year

Hi {{first_name}}, Every week we collect the developments in the Voice domain into a single list of t
Open Voice #89: voice prank stickers, 'de slimste mens', voice & legal guide by the DDMA, synthetic media, voice devices from 2 centuries ago, 147 million smart speakers sold last year
By Maarten & Sam • Issue #89 • View online
Hi {{first_name}},
Every week we collect the developments in the Voice domain into a single list of things you shouldn’t have missed. But before we dive into the news, here’s more on the other channels we work on.
🎧 Voicecast: the smartest person 🧠
Check the latest version of the Voicecast: Lieneke Grolle from KRO-NCRV on the release of the voice translation of TV format De Slimste Mens (“the smartest person”) — available later today. Listen to this episode via your browser, or better yet: subscribe in iTunes or Spotify.
👨‍👨‍👧‍👦 Open Voice: The Enterprise edition
Registrations for March 26th are open. Last week we confirmed several speakers. Expect some announcements soon.
🧭 Guide: What you need to know about voice & privacy
A major hurdle for many companies starting out is figuring the legal part. How do you comply with GDPR? How to involve legal and what is the best path to take. The experiences of organizations who went before like KLM, RABO and others formed the foundation of this guide by the DDMA and the Voice task force of which Sam and Maarten are part. It answers most questions and taking away the hurdles. Now in Dutch, soon in English
Now, on with the news!

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Wearable for smart speaker jamming
Wearable for smart speaker jamming
A recreation of Wolfgang von Kempelen's speaking machine from 1769
A recreation of Wolfgang von Kempelen's speaking machine from 1769
That’s it for this week. We’ll be back next week with more voice related news! Enjoy your week 😃
Cheers,
– Maarten & Sam
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