Voice AI – When Tech Learns How to Work with Us

Are you curious how Voice AI can be applied in your institution? Sign up for this webinar to find out more.

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The webinar is relevant for librarians and leaders looking to understand Artificial Intelligence and how to begin adopting it to driving Digital Transformation across their organization.

Advances in Natural Language Learning and Deep Learning have opened up the possibilities of Conversational Artificial Intelligence (AI), and the use of it in Voice Engagement and Voice Search. This new technology can potentially lay the foundation of digital advancement in your institution through its various possibilities for helping students, faculty and researchers alike. 

What is the bearing of implementing Conversational AI for universities and libraries? In this webinar, Swami Sekar, CEO and Founder of Winimy will share tips on how to adopt this new technology successfully in your institution.

Key Highlights:

  • Understand the basics of Conversational and Voice AI.
  • Discover ways in which organisations can explore the possibilities with Voice AI.
  • How can Voice be a new medium/channel for content generation.


Swami Sekar - CEO and Founder, Winimy AI

Swami Sekar

CEO and Founder, Winimy AI

Swami Sekar is a Technologist, Investor and Serial Entrepreneur. He co-founded Winimy AI, a multi-award winning Voice and Conversational AI company help businesses with understanding and adopting AI. He was recognized as one of 100 Leaders of Tomorrow by St. Gallen Symposium in 2010. Swami Sekar has been recognized as a Young Leader at World Cities Summit, joining a network of global leaders & change-makers from diverse sectors who shape the global urban agenda. He was a Venture Capital Investor at Intel Capital and held leadership roles in Sales and Business Development at Intel and VMWare.  Swami holds a Masters in Electrical Engineering & Computer Science and an MBA from Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT).