- “Luther.AI, which purports to be Google for your memory by capturing and transcribing audio recordings, while using AI to deliver the right information from your virtual memory bank in the moment of another online conversation or via search.
- It starts by recording your interactions throughout the day. For starters, that will be online meetings in a browser, as we find ourselves in a time where that is the way we interact most often. Over time though, they envision a high-quality 5G recording device you wear throughout your day at work and capture your interactions.“
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“The Global Conversational AI Market is Expected to Grow from 4.8 Billion in 2020 to USD 13.9 Billion by 2025, at a Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) of 21.9% During the Forecast Period.
Increasing demand for AI-powered customer support services, omnichannel deployment, and reduced chatbot development cost to drive the growth of Conversational AI market”
- “U.S. Bank has launched a service called the U.S. Bank Smart Assistant, marking the latest financial institution to incorporate AI-based voice commands into its mobile banking app.
- “Our Smart Assistant has been under development for 18 months — with the goal of continuing pushing our customer experience forward so our customers can bank where and how they want.”
- “For those staying home due to the pandemic, the Smart Assistant will be able to help take care of common tasks without going to the bank.”
- Digital has become increasingly important at U.S. Bank, accounting for 75% of service transactions and 46% of loan sales.”
“Chorus.ai said its software has become even more valuable to sales teams thanks to the coronavirus pandemic, as business deals have become more heavily scrutinized. The company recently published data that shows a 91% increase in the number of buying side chief financial officers joining calls since January and a 77% increase in director-level professionals joining calls.”