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  • Thursday 24th April 2014

    Inbenta Expands Company through Series A Investment

    Recently Inbenta announced receiving a Series A investment of 2 million dollars by Amerigo We were excited to hit this milestone, but more importantly we were excited about the budding relationship with Amerigo. We both share a vision of an automated world managed by people, and operated by machines. This marks the beginning of a new chapter for Inbenta. Our goal is to expand our existing platform, company, and solutions to support the growing need for commerce that starts with a conversation. For the first time, this once fabled vision of humans interacting with machines has turned reality. Semantic Search and Artificial Intelligence is advancing, and taking over as the next era in computer technology.

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  • Monday 31st March 2014

    The Evolution of Content Delivery is Changing the Way People, and Customer Support Work Together

    We are getting smarter as a species by how much and how fast we consume content. Historically we have seen a continuous evolution of how we learn, how much we know, and how many of us know it. There is a natural hierarchy, from beginners who are still learning to read, to researchers and searchers of the web. – This hierarchy is directly impacting the level of world literacy because of the advancements in mode of information transportation and amount of content consumed. We can track this evidence historically through the types of technology offered.

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  • Thursday 27th March 2014

    Naturally Speaking: Are all these 'rights' the same 'right'?

    Take a look at all of these potential questions and see if you notice anything interesting:
    •     What is the right system for my home?
    •     How to determine if I have right or left hand locks
    •     Will I keep the rights to data in my Knowledge Base?
    •     Can you ship my order right away?
    •     Is the website down right now?
    •     What is the number right next to the time a message was sent?
      

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