Let them speak!

Catalogue: Asia Pacific 2019

Date of publication: May 22, 2019

Author(s): Anne-Marie Moir

Abstract:

In qualitative research, much can be gained by starting with broad questions which allow the respondents to express an attitude, behaviour, or thought rather than leading them with more pointed questions. But groups and depths are limited by time and budget. So can the process of qualitative exploration be applied at scale using AI and voice technology? Find out what happened when we tried. This paper sets out to test the viability of AI power voice technology to do this and concludes that this is indeed possible.

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