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Voice AI that detects your tone of voice with Sean Austin, CEO, Helios

What if you could detect the tone of voice of callers and figure out whether they're lying or telling the truth? Whether they're confident or bullsh*tting. This is voice AI taken to a new level.


We're joined by Helios Life Enterprises co-founder and CEO, Sean Austin, to learn more.


Join our next webinar, conversational commerce: how AI-powered digital workers can boost sales: Find out more: https://vux.world/conversational-commerce-how-ai-powered-digital-workers-can-boost-sales/

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