Does your chatbot or intelligent assistant have a personality? At nTeligence we are working on ways to combine mathematics with intuition and common sense. The goal is to make our software more human like. The human touch will enable our systems to build rapport with people, and act less like robots. Today's machine learning algorithms alone are simply not enough to create smart ...Read More
cognition is an Augmented Intelligence Operating System (AIOS) used to build intelligent assistants, robo advisors, chatbots, and recommendation engines. Systems that can work at the level of a human expert within a speciific domain. The heart of the platform is a cognitive computing engine and framework which abstracts the use the core AI components ...Read More
nTeligence provides a full range of professional services relating to cognitive computing technology. This includes performing an initial analysis and assessment of where smart machines can be best utilized within an organization. We also architect, design, and build digital workers to client's custom specifications using our cognition platform ...Read More
nTeligence has implemented two different partnership programs. The first is for firms wishing to deliver cognitive computing services to their own clients using our cognition platform. The second is for organizations with subject matter expertise that would like to work with us to build digital workers for a given occupation, for resale to others ...Read More
- Latest NewsnTeligence Corporation recently unveiled its True Meaning (tm) technology, which allows a computer to fully comprehend the meaning of textual information within a bounded domain...
- ConsultationsIn order to extend its geographical reach to global clients, nTeligence has begun to offer its professional services over the internet using video conferencing, desktop sharing, and other collaboration tools ...
- PublicationsnTeligence's chief scientist has begun work on a book that traces the history and evolution of smart machines...
Researchers at Oxford University's Martin School predict that 47 percent of the American workforce will be replaced by digital workers in the next ten to twenty years. A corresponding McKinsey Global Institute study found that the economic impact of this "knowledge automation" will be somewhere between 5.2 and 6.7 trillion dollars per year...Read More