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Good News for Couch Potatoes: Expect Labs Launches Solution for Voice-Driven Connected Home Applications

By Expectlabs @ExpectLabs

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Ever settle on a lousy show to watch because you were simply too tired to continue searching? With the MindMeld API, the couch potato’s daily nightmare is now a thing of the past. Up until now, it was nearly impossible for a developer to bake intelligent voice search into their applications. The MindMeld API makes this capability — once siloed to larger companies — now available to anyone looking to create a rich, voice-driven content discovery experience for their users.

Connected devices will soon sprout up in every nook and cranny of our homes, and when we need to find something, we’ll simply be able to ask any one of our devices to immediately give us an answer. 

However, finding exactly the right thing to watch at exactly the right time is still nearly impossible today. On-screen guides are like labyrinths and remote controls make them even worse. It’s time for a better solution. 

MindMeld is the key to making these new types of intelligent voice interactions possible. There are only two steps you need to follow to get started: 

1. Point MindMeld to your website or database and automatically generate a custom knowledge graph.

2. Use the MindMeld client SDKs to display a customizable voice-driven interface in your device or application.

Companies are already using MindMeld to add robust voice search to their connected home applications. One example is Liberty Global, the world’s largest international cable operator. Liberty Global’s Michael Eagles says, “We see intelligent voice-driven interfaces as a key part of our strategy to power the future connected home. The MindMeld API is a powerful tool to help us deliver on this vision.”

Say goodbye to the days of falling asleep before ever finding what you’re looking for. Find the couch potato within yourself and try out MindMeld today!

For more details, take a look at our official press announcement.


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