As the pandemic has actually shut down in-person meetings, and pressed us online, items like Zoom, Cisco WebEx, Google Meet and Microsoft Teams have actually become part of our daily lives. Into the fray leaps huddl.ai, a 3.5-year-old start-up from a serial business owner who wishes to bring a dose of artificial intelligence to meeting innovation. Company co-founder […] That involves utilizing AI tools to transcribe the conference, pull out the salient points and help users comprehend what occurred without poring over notes to find the key info in a long session. They call these conference components moments, and they involve catching 3 crucial aspects of the meeting: the agenda and collective notes individuals take during the conference, screen catches the user takes using an integrated tool and, finally, audio, which records a recording of the conference. “Basically what we’re trying to do is create a five-minute version of your 60-minute meeting that is kept in your memory and that becomes part of your search. …
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