Talks.

As leaders in the Computer Conversation space, you might expect that we're pretty good with talking humans too. You'd be right. Here's a collection of some of our talking humans talking about Computer Conversation.


Storytelling in the Age of Conversational Interfaces (Google I/O '17)

While the medium may change, the story remains the key element in engaging audiences. Learn how we apply the learnings from over a decade working at Pixar to the new medium of conversational interfaces.


Give your conversations superpowers: Building intelligent bots for Skype

Skype's Steven Abrahams and PullString's Oren Jacob share what makes a great bot and explore together how to build the intelligent bots of the future.


Building a Better Bot: How Pullstring built the Doctor Who Bot

PullString Senior Writer Scott Ganz offers a deep conversational understanding platform that can be used to build Bots. Learn how PullString built bots that integrate with Skype and beyond.


Most Contagious 2016, London

PullString Cofounder & CTO Martin Reddy giving a talk at the Most Contagious conference in London


Dashbots Q&A with PullString's Lucas Ives on chatbots

Lucas Ives, Head of Conversation Engineering at PullString, shares his thoughts on how to improve engagement within computer conversations and the future of conversational interfaces.


Personalization of Virtual Characters and Assistants

Oren Jacob, CEO and co-founder of PullString, discusses how to approach the complexity of crafting computer conversation and the importance of having tools that are accessible enough for creative teams, but extensible enough for technical teams to bring the best conversational AI experiences to market.


The Art and Science of Building Bots

Sarah Wulfeck & Lucas Ives from the product team at PullString will discuss their artful approach to design and character building from their experience building Hello Barbie, a conversational toy for children.


The Future of Computer Conversation (Solstice FWD 2016)

PullString's Head of Enterprise Mike Houlahan gives a talk at Solstice FWD 2016, on the future of computer conversation.