The Latest NLI Developments to the Automotive Industry


Artificial Solutions™, the natural language interaction (NLI) specialist that enables users to have a meaningful, humanlike interaction with technology, announced today that Morgana Caldarini, Country Manager for Italy, is a panelist at the Smart Mobility Forum, part of the Connected Automobiles conference in Italy next week.

Talking about emerging products and services in the automobile industry, Morgana Caldarini will be advising attendees about the latest NLI developments and how it converges with automotive technology. The session covers a broad spectrum of issues including frameworks to analyze and maximize the use of data generated by new technologies, and the revenue opportunities that can be derived from it.

The Teneo platform from Artificial Solutions enables enterprises to rapidly build a range of artificially intelligent natural language applications from digital employees and mobile personal assistants, to bots, wearables and IoT interfaces—all from a single platform. OS and device independent, Teneo reduces development timescales through advanced intelligent features including machine learning and provides true conversational ability in 35 languages.

Teneo’s analytic capabilities enable organizations to unlock the knowledge from millions of conversations, delivering immediate access to an unrivalled depth of understanding into the voice of their customer alongside key business intelligence. Already in use in several proof of concept automobile projects, Artificial Solutions’ patented natural language technology is used by some of the world’s largest organizations to solve complex issues, easily.

The panel takes place at the Centro di Guida Sicura ACI SARA, Lainate (MI), Italy on the 18th October 2016. For more information on NLI Developments please visit

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