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039 – Mark Tucker – Top 5 Takeaways from Alexa Live 2020

This week's episode of the Future Ear Radio podcast features Mark Tucker, Alexa Champion and Senior Architect, Voice Technology at Soar.com. Last week, Amazon held its virtual event, Alexa Live, to share a variety of new updates coming to the Alexa platform with developers, business leaders and device makers. I was rather busy on the… Continue reading 039 – Mark Tucker – Top 5 Takeaways from Alexa Live 2020

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038 – Bruce Rasa – AgVoice: Voice Tech on the Farm

Today's episode of the Future Ear Radio podcast features Bruce Rasa, CEO & Co-Founder of AgVoice. Bruce's background of growing up on farm in Missouri, mixed with his passion for computers, culminated in the founding of AgVoice, where he's aiming to fuse the world of agriculture with cutting-edge technology. As you'll hear throughout our discussion,… Continue reading 038 – Bruce Rasa – AgVoice: Voice Tech on the Farm

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037 – Carl Thomas & Andy Bellavia – “Hearables Aren’t the Thing… They’re What Give You Access to THE Thing”

Today's episode of the Future Ear Radio podcast features hearables experts and returning guests, Andy Bellavia (episodes 3, 4, 28, 32, 35) and Carl Thomas (episode 16). Our discussion today builds on top of the conversation that Carl and I had in episode 16, Hearables as a Platform. During episode 16, Carl and I explored… Continue reading 037 – Carl Thomas & Andy Bellavia – “Hearables Aren’t the Thing… They’re What Give You Access to THE Thing”

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033 – Shari Eberts & Matt Hay – Life with Hearing Loss During a Pandemic

Today's episode of the Future Ear Radio podcast features two great guests - Shari Eberts and Matt Hay. Shari is a longtime advocate for hearing health and launched her blog, LivingWithHearingLoss.com in 2014, where she shares her own personal stories of navigating life with hearing loss, as well as featuring stories from other individuals with… Continue reading 033 – Shari Eberts & Matt Hay – Life with Hearing Loss During a Pandemic

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032 – Wearables as Early Detection Health Systems (Panel)

This week's episode of the Future Ear Podcast features a panel discussion between Andy Bellavia (Knowles Corp), Ryan Kraudel (Valencell), Chris Economos (PhysIQ), and myself. Our conversation this week revolved around the feasibility of using wearables and a variety of sensors to build early detection systems for individual data health sets. The ensemble of guests… Continue reading 032 – Wearables as Early Detection Health Systems (Panel)

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031 – Kyle Acker – The Appreciating Value of Today’s Hearing Aids

Today's episode of the Future Ear Radio podcast features Kyle Acker, Executive Vice President at RiseENT. Prior to helping launch RiseENT (a division of AudConnex), Kyle worked at American hearing aid manufacturer, Starkey Hearing Technologies, for more than 10 years. He's spent time as a clinician, a sales trainer, a sales director, and knows the… Continue reading 031 – Kyle Acker – The Appreciating Value of Today’s Hearing Aids

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029 – Imrich Valach – Sentien Audio: All-Day Bone Conduction Hearable Device

This week's episode of the Future Ear Radio podcast features Imrich Valach, founder of Sentien Audio. Imrich and his team are taking a novel and creative approach to the whole premise of a hearable, with its all day, bone-conduction audio device. During this interview, Imrich and I chat about the inspiration behind starting the company,… Continue reading 029 – Imrich Valach – Sentien Audio: All-Day Bone Conduction Hearable Device

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028 – Nikolaj Hviid – BragiOS: The Intelligent Hub Connecting a World Full of Sensors (feat. Andy Bellavia)

The next episode of the Future Ear Radio podcast features Nikolaj Hviid, CEO of Bragi, and re-occurring guest, Andy Bellavia, Director of Market Development at Knowles Corp. This episode is particularly special for me, as I have admired Nikolaj from afar since he launched Bragi's flagship hearable, The Dash, back in 2014. It's probably fair… Continue reading 028 – Nikolaj Hviid – BragiOS: The Intelligent Hub Connecting a World Full of Sensors (feat. Andy Bellavia)

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027 – D’Anne Rudden & Brian Urban – TeleHealth in the Audiology Setting

The next episode of the Future Ear Radio podcast features two audiologists, D'Anne Rudden and Brian Urban. D'Anne is the owner of Longmont Hearing and Tinnitus Center, a private practice audiology clinic based in Longmont, Colorado. Brian is the president and co-founder of CounselEAR, a practice management solution specific to audiologists, which also provides a… Continue reading 027 – D’Anne Rudden & Brian Urban – TeleHealth in the Audiology Setting

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023 – Kevin Liebe – (Hearing Aid) Data is the New Oil

The next episode of the Future Ear Radio podcast features Kevin Liebe, Audiologist and President/CEO of Hearing Health & Technology Matters (HHTM). For those not familiar, HHTM is a media publication within the hearing care industry that covers a wide variety of topics, research and thought leadership based around hearing aids and hearing healthcare. I… Continue reading 023 – Kevin Liebe – (Hearing Aid) Data is the New Oil