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Why AI in hardware is important to enable the future of voice

Jabra Blog – 4.18.19

What could help human behavior? Not what could change it. This is where we start when it comes to developing artificial intelligence for our audio solutions at Jabra. As a tech company, we’re constantly pushing forward at the confluence of anthropology and technology in order to create products that make life better. And though AI and 5G are enabling a captivating technology landscape ahead, we’re also focused on how AI can make a difference today.

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Former US pro-skier Daron Rahlves Takes On the Hohberghorn with Jabra X Mic

Jabra YouTube Channel – 4.8.19

 

Former US pro-skier Daron Rahlves prepares to take on Jeremie Heitz in the most jaw-dropping slalom you’ve ever seen, at the top of the Hohberghorn, 4,129 meters above sea level. The Jabra X Mic is there to capture the action.

Source: Former US pro-skier Daron Rahlves Takes On the Hohberghorn with Jabra X Mic

Jabra & Red Bull engineer new microphone for extreme sports

Jabra Blog – 3.20.19 (3.19.19)

Few brands have developed content as cutting-edge as Red Bull, and much of that is thanks to the emphasis on technological innovation in media. Having launched its content arm in 2007 and subsequently grown it into one of the leading global hubs for groundbreaking content, Red Bull Media House approached Jabra with an idea. “They needed live performance audio, and so we took up the challenge, doing something a little more extreme than our standard engineering,” said Leo Larsen, Jabra’s Senior Director of Audio Research.

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Five hard-won pieces of advice to maximise your productivity while working on the move

Jabra Blog – 3.5.19 (3.4.19)

Given the frequency with which I travel, I recently realised I’ve grown accustomed to asking for specific hotel rooms in over 12 cities. I can also walk you through Munich’s Terminal 2 and point out the strongest WiFi pockets where I work before flights. These have become by-products of having to spend more than half the year on the road. In a time where executives are increasingly expected to maintain a presence across multiple markets, or expand a business across regions, creating an office from your surroundings has become more and more expected. And while working in an open-plan office poses its challenges, working remotely presents a separate set altogether, particularly while travelling. Here, my key thoughts on driving productivity while on the move.

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