Artificial Intelligence (AI) has been around for decades. However, we didn’t reap its true benefits until recently. With chatbots, voice bots, and more, AI is now a force to be reckoned with.
When we think of AI-based voice systems, we think of voice-based assistants Alexa and Siri. These voice assistants engage in Internet searches, switch lights on and off, play music at our homes and just make life a little easier. However, speech recognition isn’t the same as voice biometrics.Read more
Developing the Model
In order to find research participants, it is important that you develop a clear picture of what you want to get out of the research and what type of population you are addressing with the research results. Coming up with a list of clarifying questions would be helpful both to you and potential participants. Defining attributes such as race, age, education, and employment can help narrow the search. Research specific elements such as life experience, military service, trauma, certain illnesses or injuries and parental style will ensure you pinpoint the people that would most benefit your research.Read more
Over the course of the past decade, the world has gone through a radical transformation. Technologies that were once something popularized by science fiction have now become a facet of our daily life. One technology that has now become so commonplace, most don’t even give it a second thought is speech recognition.
Nowadays, AI powered voice assistants like Alexa, Siri and Google are scattered throughout our homes and smartphones – but it wasn’t always this way. For quite a long period of time, voice control was very hit and miss.Read more
Having an interview with artificial intelligence instead of a human being. This scenario may appear inconceivable to you at the moment. But it could soon be reality, because the first test runs with AI in the application process are already taking place in Germany – and the trend is rising. At this stage we cannot say with certainty what recruiting will look like in the future. But one thing seems clear, it will change fundamentally in the coming years. This is why it is worth taking a look at which trends can already be identified and which trends are more than likely to come…Read more
Recruiting participants for a research study can be an overwhelming prospect with many questions to answer before you can even get started. How do you know what demographics to target? How do you find the right participants? How do you ensure they’re motivated to participate in your study?
Although answering these questions seems daunting, it’s actually a lot easier than you think when you’re armed with the right information. This post will cover the best ways to identify the type of people you’re looking for, the best ways to find them, and how to keep them motivated throughout the process, which will make recruiting participants for your research study easier than you thought.Read more