Winner of the Best Intelligent Assistant – Artificial Solutions
Artificial Solutions™, the natural language interaction (NLI) specialist that enables users to have a meaningful, humanlike interaction with technology, announced today that it has won Best Intelligent Assistant Innovation at The AIconics, an independently judged awards celebrating innovation within the international Artificial Intelligence community.
Winners of The AIconics, part of the AI Summit, are decided by a panel of judges that includes Jana Koehler, Professor of Computer Science & President SAIG, University of Lucerne; Andy Simpson, Deep Learning Research Fellow, University of Surrey and Dan Woods, Writer and blogger, Forbes. The award is given to the technology that showcases the most innovative advancements made in the sector.
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, 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. Artificial Solutions’ patented natural language technology is used by some of the world’s largest organizations to solve complex issues, easily.
“Artificial Intelligence is set to dominate conversations in the technology sphere and business is waking up to the immense potential that AI brings. The AIconics celebrate the hard work, drive and innovation in practical Artificial Intelligence,” says George Kipouros, AIconics Award Curator.
The Awards presentation ceremony took place in the evening of the 5th May 2016 at the Grand Ballroom of the Four Seasons Hotel on Park Lane, in London, UK.