Conversational AI, a Use Case on the Path to Generalized Artificial Intelligence
Bots were big last year, and it seems that the pace isn't slowing. We love chatting and bots help fill our empty moments with entertaining interactions and useful information. Now, at the outset of 2017, a new model is emerging. With deep learning, generalized artificial intelligence is beckoning us to an amazing future. In the meantime, exciting uses of closed domain / specialized AI are here. At datalog.ai, we have developed a platform for conversational AI for various use cases. Our first is an enablement of personalized telemedicine in neurosciences. This product is specifically directed at chronic sufferers whose cognitive capabilities are degrading over time.
Jack Crawford is the founder and CEO of datalog.ai, a San Francisco technology startup that is building advanced models for interpretation, prediction, and the empowerment of humans with artificial intelligence. His experience includes three other startups, leadership positions in the pharmaceutical industry, business development for a Fortune 500 consulting firm, and service in the United States Air Force in systems acquisition. He holds a degree in Chemistry from The George Washington University, and a master of science in computer information systems from Claremont Graduate University.