April 8, 2019 (ATLANTA) – Management consulting firm North Highland is excited to announce Voyc, the firm’s fully-automated voice scanning tool, is recognized as an honorable mention in the experimental category as part of Fast Company’s 2019 World Changing Ideas awards. The World Changing Ideas awards honor businesses, policies, projects and concepts that offer innovative solutions to the issues facing humanity.
Powered by North Highland’s expertise in artificial intelligence and developed in partnership with the world’s leading media organizations, Voyc empowers presenters and producers to correct misinformation during live on-air broadcasts as well as alert journalists to emerging news stories.
“I’m honored for Voyc to be recognized as a World Changing Idea,” said Jack Stenson, North Highland Voyc creator. “Our mission with Voyc is to connect people with information faster, driving innovation to shape ideas and solutions for growth.”
Now in its third year, the World Changing Ideas Award showcases innovations across categories such as Energy, Wellness, Products, Education, and AI and Data. A panel of eminent judges selected winners and honorable mentions from a pool of more than 2,000 entries. The 2019 awards featured entries from across the globe from New Zealand to Shanghai to Switzerland.
For more information on the finalists for the World Changing Ideas Awards, check out the print issue of Fast Company, which hits newsstands April 16.
About the World Changing Ideas Awards
World Changing Ideas is one of Fast Company’s major annual awards programs and is focused on social good, seeking to elevate finished products and brave concepts that make the world better. A panel of judges from across sectors choose winners, finalists, and honorable mentions based on feasibility and the potential for impact. With a goal of awarding ingenuity and fostering innovation, Fast Company draws attention to ideas with great potential and helps them expand their reach to inspire more people to start working on solving problems that affect us all.