A digital humanoid is a computer-generated representation of a human-like figure that is designed to interact with people in a way that is similar to how a real human would. Digital humanoids can be created using a variety of technologies, such as computer graphics, robotics, and artificial intelligence. They are often used for entertainment purposes, such as in video games or movies, but they can also be used in other applications, such as virtual assistants or customer service representatives. Some digital humanoids are designed to be highly realistic, while others may have more stylized or exaggerated features.
Some synonyms for a digital humanoid could include:
Product management teams use Stork to engage in asynchronous conversations with teammates to discuss product ideas, trends, data, strategies, and more, thus making faster and smarter product decisions.
They use video, voice, chat messages, and screen recordings to share updates and keep everyone aligned. That includes staying on the same page with the marketing team and sharing documentation and training materials with sales and support teams.
Videos in chats and screen recordings in channels help them visualise and share ideas, accelerate product development, and make meetings more productive and efficient.
With Stork, engineering teams can create and share screen recordings, enriching them with voice and video notes to document knowledge and collaborate better.
They can rewatch every conversation and meeting to stay in the loop and use them to onboard new engineers effortlessly.
Collaborating with designers, product developers, and other teams in Stork is a delight, allowing engineers to discuss product requirements, demos, and trade-offs without communication hiccups and share prototypes with ease.
We use speech recognition to transcribe your voice note for the recipient (in channel or chat) to allow them to read your voice message instead of listening to it should they prefer. Voice-to-text capability of Stork's Voice Notes is quite useful for busy professionals who multitask.
There is no limit to the length of the voice note either so you can keep the recording open for as long as needed.
Business voice messaging requirements and experience are often very different from consumer and unlike consumer voice messaging tools such as WhatsApp and Telegram, that force you to keep the microphone button pressed as you record a voice note.
Stork allows you to pause your recording anytime, so that you may gather your thoughts before continuing or simply take a break.