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A simplified language for humans & AIs

We develop address protocols for the Internet of Voice

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Make AIs talk to each other!
We provide voice AIs a simplified grammar to exchange information about human language in a standardized format. This solves bias in AI: Voice AIs can forward user commands to other AIs if they cannot respond to a request themself.
SHOWREEL
whoelse.ai is based on a new proof of Noam Chomsky's Universal Grammar
whoelse.ai enables voice AIs to lookup other voice AIs
whoelse.ai vision is to build a new address system for the Internet of Voice
Watch our keynote at BOCOM 2020


Towards an 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 ⟶

Bias is a challenge for all AIs

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.

Always the best AIs available

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.

AI protocols for spoken languge

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.

Language hard-wired in thinking

We use language hard-wired in human thinking. whoelse.ai works with a new proof of Noam Chomsky's Universal Grammar theory.

Universal Grammar ⟶

What others are saying

„Open and officially accredited standards are the foundation of interoperability. Having created such a framework makes the whoelse.ai approach to a common language for all AIs very compelling."

Andreas Reisenauer

Technology Entrepreneur
„Babel is nothing compared to today´s global situation regarding voice ecosystems. Therefore I believe in the standardized, unified-language approach of whoelse.ai.“

Chris Armbruster

Founder AI Guild
"More than 25+ years ago Tim-Berners Lee invented with URLs the address system of theInternet. whoelse.ai now invents the address system for Voice Internet. This is a pretty cool thing!"

Katrin Ohlmer

Founder of Dot.Berlin

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