Artificial Solutions Announced as Finalist in Prestigious Glomo Awards
Artificial Solutions, the natural language interaction (NLI) specialist that enables users to have a meaningful, humanlike interaction with technology, announced today that is shortlisted in the prestigious Global Mobile Awards for its revolutionary NLI technology, Teneo.
The Best Mobile Service Solution for Enterprise award is given to the company judged to have introduced the most innovative technology to help enterprise users to work smarter and “do business better” on the move. As the only platform to deliver all the tools an enterprise needs to build intelligent, conversational applications, Teneo is already enabling global enterprises to build capable, scalable, highly intelligent applications faster than any other comparable technology.
Teneo enables enterprises to rapidly build a range of artificially intelligent natural language applications from digital employees and mobile personal assistants, to wearables, bots and IoT interfaces, in 35 languages – all from a single platform. Deep analytics provides the backbone to deliver true machine learning and implicit personalization that enables greater understanding about an individual, their likes and preferences, through interaction only.
“Historically, creating conversational interfaces has required specialist skills, significant resources and a great deal of time. However, Teneo’s advanced machine learning capabilities automatically writes the complex underlying language code and algorithms that simulate the way a human thinks,” says Andy Peart, CMSO of Artificial Solutions. “We’re thrilled that our technology has been recognised by the GSMA and the Glomo Awards, and look forward to the awards ceremony.”
The Glomo Awards are the leading stage for innovation, excellence and achievement across the mobile industry. This shortlist, which last year was whittled down from nearly 1000 entries to just 170 nominees, is a powerful recognition of Teneo and Artificial Solutions. Now in their 22nd year, the awards are run by the GSMA, the organization that represents the interests of mobile operators worldwide, and produces industry-leading events such as Mobile World Congress.
The Glomo Awards are judged by world-leading independent experts, analysts, journalists, academics and, in some cases, mobile operator representatives. Winners of the awards will be presented throughout Mobile World Congress, which takes place 27 February – 2 March in Barcelona.
Full information about the Glomo Awards 2017, including the finalists, awards ceremony and Mobile World Live TV presentations, can be found at www.globalmobileawards.com.