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Defining the future of Communications


Welcome to the world of Hypervoice

The Hypervoice Consortium's mission is to research and advocate for
communication technologies that benefit humankind.


The seeds of the future are scattered all around us. Over the last year, our team at the Hypervoice Consortium collected many of those seeds by interviewing visionaries, scholars and engineers and combing through mountains of research.

We asked a seemingly straightforward question:
What will personal communications look like in 2025?

What we found surprised us.


We are delighted to share our research findings

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Featured Blog Posts


Every day, voice recognition gets better. And every day, more of us start talking to our devices instead of typing. Although voice recognition technology is still in its infancy, voice is proving itself to be faster and easier than typing on our increasingly tiny. And with this change, a new world of privacy concerns emerges.

"Apple Watch And The Dark Side Of Wearables" - InformationWeek

I admit it. I love my wearables. I love competing against my former CTO and out-walking him.  (It may be a rare day, but it’s a good one.) I love that my mother, who lives thousands of miles away, has the ability to call for help via her Lifeline. It’s one less worry in a sea of worries.

But my love, and patience, is being tested. With all the Apple Watch enthusiasm, and the blockbuster early sales of the iPhone 6, I find that there is a growing pit in my stomach. 

Apple Watch and iPhone 6 provide two more powerful platforms to do things like record our voices with little disclosure.  

Head to InformationWeek to see why I believe customers deserve better.

"The single biggest problem in communication is the illusion that it has taken place."  - George Bernard Shaw

We have observed in a previous article that Hypervoice technology helps us to actively listen by removing the burden of memorising what is being said. There is a little sting in the tail of this benefit, however. Once we start to become active listeners, we are forced to confront an unwelcome truth: we are not, in general, very good at it.

Hypervoice in the News

Homepage News
Microsoft HoloLens Could Make Conference Calls Really Fun

With the announcement of Microsoft’s Project HoloLens coming to developers this spring, many are focused on immersive, otherworldly gaming applications of virtual reality. But what if the real killer app could be found in something far more mundane, such as the lowly conference call?

Read the full article at InformationWeek.com.

Tropo, a provider of real-time communication (RTC) developer platforms, has released Ito, a communications assistant or bot for the Slack chat communications tool. 

Ito can also perform advanced voice analytics or hypervoice, on calls, and can record, transcribe, index, and analyze multiparty conversations. Tropo is a founding member of the Hypervoice Consortium, backed by industry leaders including Ericsson and Telefonica.


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