Project Voice – Worldwide

By April 9, 2021September 19th, 2021NEWS

Project Voice Worldwide is the virtual component of the #1 event for voice technology & conversational AI in America: Project Voice.

Project Voice 100 takes place in person in Chattanooga, Tennessee, and is a CEO / senior executive gathering for pioneers, leaders, and trailblazers in voice/AI. It has been sold out for months.

Project Voice Worldwide is the virtual counterpart, open to anyone around the world working with voice/AI or wanting to learn from the best of the best companies and organizations in this young, nascent space.

Project Voice Worldwide is FREE to register and attend. Registration gets you audio and video files of both days of conference proceedings, along with access to attend in real-time as desired.

Keynotes include Nikki McLay of iVow.AI, Nolan Bushnell, and Mark Cuban.

Keynote Speakers

The closing keynote will come from none other than Mark Cuban, who will spend an hour with with Project Voice Worldwide. The first half hour will be a live interview, followed by 30 minutes of audience Q&A.

Mark Cuban, the well known owner of the Dallas Mavericks and billionaire entrepreneur is bullish on the future of artificial intelligence and has been for years. Not only has he made it a priority to learn about and invest in AI himself, but he has consistently recommended other entrepreneurs do the same.

Nikki Mclay, the co-founder of – the socially-conscious newcomer looking to reduce bias and cultural appropriation in AI will be the opening keynote speaker for Project Voice Worldwide.

The Day 1 keynote Speaker is Nolan Bushnell, creator of Atari and Chuck E Cheese now involved in voice games. Who in 2019 partnered with Hollywood creative director Zai Ortiz to produce St. Noire, an Alexa-powered murder mystery board game.

St. Noire features over a dozen voice actors and 2,500 lines of spoken dialogue, and is the world’s first fully-voice acted board game designed for Amazon Alexa.


The full details and schedule can be found on the event page, as well as how to register for the event – this is one not to miss!