We are being hosted by one of Bristol’s most exciting robotics companies this month. We have three speakers who will each give a walkthrough of how they got to work in tech and what bought them to Reach Robotics. There will also be an overview of Reach Robotics and what it does and we will get to meet mekamon!
Here’s a chance to find out more.
It’s midweek. The weekend feels a long way away. So come and get your geek on with XMOS.
We’ll take you (quickly) through the science of voice and explain how our technology is able to capture voice and strip out background noise – even from across the room and when you’re speaking softly. We’ll also demonstrate our voice-capture development kits and give you a sneak preview into the new areas we’re working on.
We don’t have a talking toaster – but we do have a lamp with attitude, an LED array you won’t forget and a look at what’s possible when you merge voice with radar technology. And if that doesn’t convince you, then we’ve got plenty of anecdotes about questions that are best left unasked of your voice assistant!
The talk will be led by our XMOS girl geeks
Emily is OggaDoon’s Creative Content Manager, specialising in creative copy, branding, and process.
With almost a decade of writing experience, she has a History and English degree along with a Masters from the University of York. Her passions are authentic stories which demand to be told, influencing through the written and spoken word, and engaging directly through social media.
Talk: I’ll chat about the need for communications in any industry, why technology is naturally bad at it, why women in technology are often overlooked, and quick easy communication wins that we can all engage with as individuals and companies. I’ll also be sharing some examples from within the industry which should hopefully make things clear