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Dennis R. Mortensen
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"Cut Siri Some Slack. She Wasn't Created To Do What We Think." 
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x.ai is on the list. mixed in with human solutions. :-)
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"what makes Amy so remarkable is just how human-like her e-mails are."
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The blurring of the line between human and artificial intelligence is centuries old. So why the current terror?
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Check out these four startups who are using data from artificial intelligence to help you with setting up meetings.
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You get fewer e-mails. But can an automated assistant master the deceptions and power struggles of setting a meeting?
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"Which is why I choose to refer to Amy as a "she." When it comes to Amy being my PA, she has earned both her stripes and a pronoun appropriate for her name!"
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"The big test came when I dashed out a string of e-mails before a weeklong vacation, leaving Amy to schedule calls upon my return. She was flawless." 
Everyone hates scheduling meetings over emails. So the company x.ai is developing a solution: a personal assistant, Amy, who uses artificial intelligence to manage your calendars.
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Over the past few years, artificial intelligence has taken huge leaps forward. Here are five AI startups to keep your eye on.
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    CEO and Founder, 2014 - present
  • Visual Revenue Inc.
    CEO and Founder, 2010 - 2014
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Entrepreneur, Author and CEO of Artificial Intelligence company :-)
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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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