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Dennis R. Mortensen
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We’re quite proud to announce a new addition to our +x.ai family today, Amy’s twin brother, Andrew Ingram.

Andrew was born to schedule meetings just like Amy. This sibling duo have the exact same skill set and are fully aware of what the other assistant is working on. Call it Twin-Tuition.
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"It is literally not constructive at all for me -- for anyone to spend my time scheduling meeting," said Hitlist founder Gillian Morris
X.ai's personal assistant. brings artificial intelligence to the tedious task of scheduling meetings.
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"Amy is the closest thing we’ve seen to a human-like AI"
The New York based x.ai recently received $9.2 million in Series A funding from Pritzker Group Venture Capital and others.
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I was at +Spotify 's New York office last night, talking abut Amazing Amy .. aka +x.ai 
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" To use X.AI you don't even have to text anyone or download an app, you just copy Amy (the virtual assistant) onto the email thread." - CNBC
Just how "smart" are smartphones going to get? Here are the technologies that excite this VC and ex-Google exec.
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Amy Ingram is an intelligent agent who schedules meetings over email using Artificial Intelligence. This setting alone allow us to disregard all the typical AI doomsday scenarios. That said, we still have, like any other AI system, the possible scenario of a system that runs amok.
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.. I love that quote! "Steven Hawking type shit" 
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386 people
Jim Cain's profile photo
Amy Sample's profile photo
Emre Demirkol's profile photo
Natali Stevens's profile photo
Peter Hatherley's profile photo
Tamás Sztojka's profile photo
Morten Rosenvold Villadsen's profile photo
Julia Wielgat's profile photo
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  • x.ai
    CEO and Founder, 2014 - present
  • Visual Revenue Inc.
    CEO and Founder, 2010 - 2014
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Dennis is the CEO and Founder of x.ai, whose artificial intelligence driven personal assistant lets people schedule meetings using plain English and nothing more than a CC to amy@x.ai. He’s a pioneer and expert in the analytics, optimization and big data space and has been since its inception – he is also a fully-fledged entrepreneur and successfully delivered a number of company exits. He’s an accredited Associate Analytics Instructor at the University of British Columbia, the Author of Data Driven Insights from Wiley and a frequent speaker on the subject of Analytics and Data. A native of Denmark, Mortensen currently calls New York City his home.
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