Cult of Mac

Yes Chef hits the App Store [...] at a time when developers and computer companies are creating more software with conversational user interfaces and pushing voice-enabled computing as a mainstream platform.

With eyesight failing, CEO hurries to make voice-enabled tech mainstream


Wired Article logo


Conversant Labs is setting out to redeem technology for blind people.

We’re on the Brink of a Revolution in Crazy-Smart Digital Assistants

Fast Company

Maury sees developing audio assistance tech as contributing to a tech future we’re already headed toward, one in which Siri-style assistants help with every request.

hand reading braille - Article Image
Artistic Illustration of Chris Maury's headshot - article image


For the first time accessible technology for the blind can drive innovation for everyone else, rather than having to play catchup, and that’s pretty cool.

War Stories: My Journey From Blindness to Building a Fully Conversational User Interface