Best Innovation in NLP and Best Intelligent Assistant Innovation
Artificial Solutions, the natural language interaction (NLI) specialist that enables users to have a meaningful, humanlike interaction with technology announced today that it has been shortlisted for Best Innovation in NLP and Best Intelligent Assistant Innovation in this years’ AIconics awards, London.
The Best Innovation in NLP award champions the providers at the head of the Natural Language Processing curve.
Teneo is recognised for its strong data-control capabilities that help clients meet compliance obligations with GDPR and other data privacy regulations, while still enabling enterprises to derive significant value and benefits from conversational AI data.
The Best Intelligent Assistant Innovation reveals the brilliance in the recent advancements in virtual assistants and sophisticated voice/text recognition capabilities.
Teneo has been recognised for its ability to allow enterprises to easily expand conversational AI projects into new devices and services.
Recent examples include Widiba’s new virtual reality bank and Kindred Futures’ pioneering chatbot available on the Unibet Facebook page.
“Conversational applications are gradually infiltrating all aspects of everyday life, so it’s essential that enterprises can easily port their conversational applications to existing and future devices.
While it’s easy to state that applications can be built to run on a variety of platforms or services, all too frequently competitor products require a complete new build.
With Teneo, enterprises can reuse much of the original build and save significant resources in the long term,” says Andy Peart, CMSO of Artificial Solutions.
“We’re delighted that this and our newly developed GDPR capabilities have been recognised by the AIconics.”
With over 200 entrants this year, the AIconics celebrate the drive, innovation and hard work in the international AI for business community.
Independently judged, the awards enable innovators from around the globe to showcase themselves to their peers as well as millions of enterprise end-users.
The winners will be announced later next week at Kensington Palace, London.