Disruptive Tech TV interviews Robert Weideman from Nuance Communications

In this interview, Disruptive Tech TV speaks to General Manager, Robert Weideman from Nuance Communications. Robert speaks about how Nuance develops technology within virtual assistance, human machine interfaces. They build solutions for the consumer space, healthcare and customer service.

Nuance is also the creators of ‘Dragon Dictations’ which came about in 2002, a product that allows you to speak instead of typing. From this, the conversation turns to virtual assistance and voice recognition where Robert explains what Nuance are doing today. He explains that technology likes speak recognition which to will make it possible for people to make it easier to use devices, interact with services and generally make life safer. Nuance has been building up technology from the late 90’s to pursue further with this.

Robert goes on to explains how people should not be afraid of the current shift towards AI and biometrics. He explains the opportunities that will come out of this shift will make life more convenient and safer.

There was also a quick chat with Siri!

+ posts

Meet Stella


Related articles

Shopping for Data: Ensuring a seamless user experience 

This combination can drive a business’s data culture and provide a structured approach for businesses to benefit from data intelligence across their operations, with only a few clicks.

Unveiling the Top 10 Cybersecurity Threats to Watch Out for in 2023

As technology advances, so do cybercriminals' methods to gain unauthorised access to sensitive information. With the increasing reliance on technology in both personal and professional settings, it is crucial to stay informed about the top cybersecurity threats to watch out for in 2023.

Is sustainability ‘enough’ from a Cloud perspective?

The idea of uprooting entire sustainability initiatives that took years to formulate and deploy is unsettling for businesses but, in truth, it doesn’t have to be so revolutionary.

Endpoint management: Common challenges and trends for 2023

The surge in remote work and the growing trend of using the same mobile devices for work and leisure have challenged traditional on-premise IT management

Cloud Vs On-Premise Server

Both cloud computing and an on-premise hardware server farm have their advantages and disadvantages, and the choice between them depends on the specific needs of the business and the application.

Subscribe to our Newsletter