Nanosemantics Lab signed a strategic partnership agreement with the French LINAGORA with the purpose of development of virtual voice assistance technology in both countries. The parties signed the agreement at a meeting of the Russia – France Council in Moscow.
The 39th GITEX Technology Week is set to take place on October 6-10 in Dubai, UAE. Gathering over 100 000 visitors and close to 5000 exhibitors, GITEX remains the biggest technology trade show and exhibition in the Middle East, North Africa and South Asia. The top players in the tech industry will attend in order to unveil the most advanced products and the latest breakthroughs in AI, 5G, smart cities and future transport. GITEX, or the ‘Gulf Information Technology Exhibition’, is the place where IT experts and enthusiasts, entrepreneurs and startup teams, students and consumers alike all meet to witness…
From now on, WhatsApp, one of the most popular international messengers with over 1.5 billion monthly users, most of whom use the platform daily on their phone, is available for Nanosemantics Lab’s chatbots.
Nanosemantics Lab has developed a virtual assistant for BMW Group Russia. Chatbot is already operating on a social network VKontakte and will soon be released on the company’s Russian website, Facebook Messenger as well as for Yandex.Alice voice assistant’s special skill platform.
We at Nanosemantics value progress and strive to improve our products every single day. But before we talk about our updates, here’s a brief explanation of what exactly we’ll be talking about. A Bit of History Back in 2007, we developed the very first version of a personal user account for the inf.ai project. This account is a convenient interface for monitoring, managing and analyzing chatbots via a browser. We expanded its capabilities every year, adding new tools for users to analyze dialogs and evaluate the work of their chatbots. A screenshot of the personal user account of one of…
Nanosemantics is collaborating with the OpenTalks.AI conference to organize a Turing Test for Russian-speaking chatbots, which will be held on February 14-16 in Moscow.
A Technology Update story was aired on Russia Today, discussing the latest technological achievements, among them, of course, AI-powered talking robots. The story was dedicated to the project Lexy, a home device with which you can communicate by voice. It uses the chatbot technology developed by Nanosemantics. The presenters asked Anna Vlasova, head of the Linguistics Department at Nanosemantics, about how exactly Lexy works, how the robot is able to understand questions and give relevant answers.
The Ford Kuga promo website was among the best Russian Digital Cases of 2013.
Nanosemantics Lab’s new chatbot has appeared on hh.ru, one of the largest online recruitment websites. The well-known recruiting company HeadHunter has hired a virtual assistant. Unlike his colleagues, this employee works tirelessly 24/7; when asked if he ever sleeps, he claims he has chronic insomnia. His name is Haddy, and he was created by Nanosemantics Lab. He can be found on hh.ru in the ‘Help’ section and is visible to users of the Moscow Region in the personal account created for them after registering on the website. The chatbot is friendly, open to communication and confident. “I can give you…
Nanosemantics has developed an virtual consultant for the WebMoney payment system. With the help of a persevering and responsive virtual assistant, it will be simpler for users to find the information they need and get comprehensive answers on issues related to working with the system.