Proton Voice Assistant
I believe Proton Technologies has room to get in voice assistant sector seeing how Google and Alexa are constantly listening to most private conversations in peoples homes. It would great a privacy focused product that proton fans would enjoy and attract new people to proton's services.
Draven “Xarcell” Vestatt commented
How can a voice assistant be privacy focused? Impossible.
doesn't make sense to try to copy all google services.... better focus on how Proton can differentiate from google.
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I downvote this. Please improve current products, the voice assistant really isn't necessary.
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I would disagree on this only because of how much of a headache phone masking is, especially for any organization that is all over the world. While I would like to see the functionality someday, the buildout of Mail, Calendar, and Drive, and other security features that can all increase revenue to drive these larger projects are necessary. Not to mention underlying social causes like providing free secure communications to places that truly need them.
The cost of a quality phone masking service that properly routes traffic charges a base price of $400 for 5000 calls, although it allows up to 50 free of charge and is a very reputable security company.
Many people do not think about some functions with phone masking, or even assistant are below, and this is just the basics. Bear in mind that costs for services are ate up quickly by old school T1 and T3 lines that you can only oversubscribe so much without risking running out of bandwidth.
Phone number management
Control session lifetime
Set business hours
Phone number capabilities
PSTN and VoIP calling
International phone numbers
Proton is clearly spread a bit thin among email, contacts, calendar, drive, and VPN. How about Proton fixes their email problems first?
Check out Almond. It's an open source, privacy focused voice assistant that can be run purely locally on your own system.
אברהם צבאן commented
It will cost much work. Proton should better focus on its own core business.
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Satchel McKee commented
Saying a voice assistant can't be encrypted and private is the same as saying a search engine can't be programmed to private. Proton technologies can develop a assistant that is encrypted and doesn't have share data. I don't if anyone knows this but we can set up Siri not to share data so why can't Proton create an assistant that is completely private. The answer is they can. But will they? I certainly hope so.
This sounds expensive and possibly a product that would need to collect a lot of data.
Maybe, maybe a very simple voice assistant with but I don't know if anyone would want that because the actions could probably be executed faster by the user.
A voice assistent is by design against privacy, hence you need to collect data to train your AI/VR algorithm.. thus this won't be possible with the current technology and a reasonable amount of money.
I would recommend against doing this. It's going to be *super* difficult and I'd rather yall focus on the products you currently have.