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About Voysis

Voysis is a complete voice AI platform that enables natural language instruction, search, and discovery across consumer and enterprise applications. Voysis generates deep domain, brand-specific, intelligent voice systems in near real time. It combines a brand's data with its deep learning capabilities to become all-knowing about the brand's products and services. The platform includes a comprehensive understanding of a product's functionality and data to ensure that voice solutions are complete and fit for purpose; voice-driven search and discovery so users can find what they're looking for using natural language; complex logic handling to enable voice-driven instruction for each and every capability a product offers; and support for 16 languages to enable the creation of multilingual solutions.On April 3nd, 2020, Voysis was acquired by Apple, terms of the agreement were not disclosed.

Voysis Headquarter Location

Bloodstone Building, 2nd Floor Sir John Rogersons Quay

Dublin, D02KF24,


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Latest Voysis News

‘Annoying’ influencers, ‘contemporary’ champagne and new confidence at EasyJet

Feb 27, 2021

Planet Business: Dark Sky and Apple’s other standout acquisitions 20 minutes ago     Image of the week: House of Champagne With luxury conglomerate LVMH’s drinks subsidiary Moet Hennessy buying a 50 per cent stake in Armand de Brignac, the champagne producer owned by hip-hop artist Jay Z, it seems a good time to contemplate this glowing file picture of one of its cellars, complete with the brand’s ace-of-spades insignia, at Chigny-les-Roses, near Reims in northeastern France , and think of the finer things in life. According to Moet Hennessy boss Philippe Schaus, Armand de Brignac “reflects contemporary luxury”, while preserving the tradition of champagne. The company neglected to disclose financial terms of the deal, but with prices for one of those metallic silver bottles starting at about $300 (€247), they probably won’t be coming to a supermarket near you. In numbers: Keeping it unreal 59% Six in 10 people consider social media influencers who do not seem authentic or misrepresent real life to be “annoying”, according to the Advertising Standards Authority for Ireland (ASAI). 49% Percentage who identified repetitive posts as a bugbear of theirs. 76% More than three-quarters of the 1,224 people surveyed on the ASAI’s behalf said they had used social media for tips and inspiration. (Top tip: mute anybody annoying and move on.) Getting to know: Johan Lundgren Johan Lundgren is a happy man – or a happier man than he was a few weeks ago, anyway. As recently as February 10th, the Swedish EasyJet chief executive was calling on the UK government to either pledge more aviation industry support or set out how it planned to unwind coronavirus travel restrictions, and was wisely refraining from predicting any sort of bumper summer until it did so. “We don’t boast about anything while you know there’s insignificant amounts of flying,” said Lundgren. Fast forward to February 23rd, and he was reporting a quadrupling in ticket sales to summer hotspots in the hours after UK prime minister Boris Johnson announced his “roadmap” out of lockdown. Johnson’s self-described “cautious but irreversible” plan was providing “a much-needed boost in confidence” to consumers, Lundgren declared. Let’s hope it doesn’t turn out to be reckless and reversible then. The list: Apple’s purchases Apple has acquired about 100 companies over the last six years, about one every two to three weeks, chief executive Tim Cook told investors on Tuesday. Here are five of them. 1 Beats. The headphones brand founded by rapper/producer Dr Dre is Apple’s largest acquisition of the last decade, setting it back $3 billion (€2.4 billion) in the heady days of 2014. 2 Shazam. Sticking with music, Apple tapped the recognition software company that same year for $400 million (€329 million). 3 Siri. Back in 2010, Apple adopted voice command assistant Siri, which at the time was a Californian start-up. 4 Voysis . Ten years later, it bought Irish voice tech company Voysis to help it “improve” Siri, who was said to be delighted. 5 Dark Sky. Another 2020 outlay was on weather app Dark Sky, with the deal allowing Apple to add a “next-hour precipitation” graphic of doom to its iPhones. Lovely. Topics:

  • When was Voysis founded?

    Voysis was founded in 2012.

  • Where is Voysis's headquarters?

    Voysis's headquarters is located at Bloodstone Building, 2nd Floor, Dublin.

  • What is Voysis's latest funding round?

    Voysis's latest funding round is Acquired.

  • How much did Voysis raise?

    Voysis raised a total of $8M.

  • Who are the investors of Voysis?

    Investors of Voysis include Apple and Polaris Partners.

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