Our Natural Language App Plays for Natural Language Victory in World Cup Update

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Our natural language app, the personal assistant app from Artificial Solutions that can maintain conversations with users as they switch devices, has been training hard for this year’s football extravaganza and is ready to deliver scores, opinions and even quiz users on their own World Cup knowledge.

Now users can simply ask our natural language app to ‘tell me the latest news for the World Cup’ or ‘what’s the result of last night’s game’ or ‘when does England play ….’ to quickly receive that latest up to date information from Brazil. In addition, ask our natural language app to play the World Cup Quiz and she’ll test even the most ardent football fan’s knowledge on players, countries and goals from previous years.

Artificial Solutions expects to see a complete change in how people use their devices during the world cup to stay up to date with the latest scores and news. Back in 2010, smartphones had only just become mainstream and virtual assistant apps using natural language were mainly found delivering self-serve customer support on websites. Since then a lot has changed.

“People are already discovering how much faster it is to find out information using their voice instead of typing,” says Andy Peart, CMO of Artificial Solutions. “I think events like the world cup will only encourage people to experiment further with just how much their mobile personal assistants can help them as they switch from devices such as a phone to a tablet during the day.”

Our natural language app is the showcase for Artificial Solutions’ Teneo™ platform that enables developers to quickly and easily create language, platform and device independent virtual assistants. Our natural language app is capable of doing everything a user might expect of a personal assistant app from sending a message or giving directions to playing a tune.

Unlike other personal assistant apps that are trapped on one device, our natural language app has a memory, she knows a user’s preferences – their likes and dislikes, and because she knows who they are, she can follow them as they switch devices from a computer to a smartphone or tablet, regardless of manufacturer or operating system used. In addition, our natural language app’s persistence capabilities enable users to continue a conversation as they switch devices.

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