It is often referred to as the the science of language, including phonetics, phonology, morphology, syntax, and semantics. As our guest, Brielle Nickoloff mentions, a linguistics background has helped her look at language from an analytical viewpoint.
In this podcast, we hear about conversations design and the impact linguistic knowledge can have in helping conversation designers. Brielle also talks about leveraging linguistic principles for design, the impact of Artificial Intelligence on design and what is linguistically better - SIRI or ALEXA? Listen to this session that is fun, informative & linguistically on-point
About Brielle Nickoloff
Co-Founder & Head of Product, Botmock
Brielle's work sits at the intersection of design, language, and technology. Currently, she is a Product Manager at Botmock, an interactive canvas with drag-and-drop boxes for dialogue between a bot and a user. As a linguist and a conversation designer with no technical background, her mission is to empower fellow non-technical conversation designers to create amazing things--So her work on Botmock's product is a labor of love. In addition to her primary job functions, Brielle is a member of Women in Voice, a Google Developer Groups (GDG) Women Techmakers Ambassador, and a guest lecturer at Georgetown University, and she has been invited to host conversation design workshops internationally
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