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Chris Versace’s PowerTalk with Paul Musselman, CEO of Carnegie Speech

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Welcome to PowerTalk, where we talk with CEOs, COOs and other key business people at public and private companies as well as other subject matter experts.

This week I’m really jazzed to talk with Paul Musselman, the CEO of Carnegie Speech. When we talked, Paul was at the ASU/GSV Education Summit in Arizona, but he made some time to talk with us about the opportunities to be had with voice and speech technology. We discussed what it means for the education market and how Carnegie Speech is changing how students both learn and speak English.

You may not realize it, but as you’ll hear how speech technology will not only change the way we learn and have an impact on immigration, it could potentially alter the gaming industry as we know it.

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    Education Summit in Arizona, but he made some time to talk with us about
    the opportunities to be had with voice and speech technology.