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Wednesday, August 5, 2015

A.I.-Powered Assistants in the Workplace

A.I.-Powered Assistants Step into the Enterprise

Artificial intelligence covers a large spectrum of disruptive technologies that will one day change the way we do business. Virtual assistants are a good place to start.

Stacy Collett | August 4, 2015

Amy Ingram sends a short email to her boss's colleague, suggesting dates and times when the two could get together for coffee. She offers up the available times that the boss usually sets aside for such meetings.
Little does the colleague know that she isn't interacting with a human being. "Amy Ingram" is a name used by a virtual assistant that relies on artificial intelligence to schedule meetings.


<more at; related links: (  is a personal assistant who schedules meetings for you. [About: Founded in 2014, builds and maintains an artificial intelligence powered personal assistant that schedules meetings for our business customers. Located in New York and backed by its founders and blue chip investors like Softbank Capital, IA Ventures, Lerer Ventures, FirstMark Capital, Pritzker Group Venture Capital, and CrunchFund.]) and ( - our natural language API - has been launched!); further: (Virtual Personal Assistant Use Is Growing, but Usage Functions Are Still Limited. January 6, 2015) and (Building an Artificial Intelligence Personal Assistant. Published January 27, 2015)>

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