We develop address protocols for the Internet of Voice
URLs and phone numbers had to be invented. Our idea is to now build a shared address namespace for a new generation of voice AI technologies. Our whitepaper ⟶
It's a problem all voice AIs interpret human language slightly different. Worldwide more than 1200+ natural language processing (NLP) AIs compete.
Voice AI capabilities across languages differ a lot. Needed is a technology to make NLPs technologies interoperable.
We provide a new protocol for voice AI interoperability. Voice assistants use whoelse.ai to forward user requests to other AIs.
To make voice commands comparable across NLP technologies we provides a simplified language as a shared encoding principle.
whoelse.ai is a simplified language to process the 150 most common intents in human language between voice AIs.
User requests are stored in a standardized format. Voice AIs can exchange information about human language in a shared namespace.