With the rising use of artificial intelligence (AI) in virtual assistants, such as Apple Siri, Amazon Alexa, Google Assistant, new voice and audio solutions like Clubhouse, and the increased use of online collaboration software from: Microsoft Teams, Zoom or Cisco’s WebEx, the demand for speech recognition software is accelerating.
September 20, 2021 | Ontario, Canada – Ontario-based AI SaaS startup, SalesChoice, is partnering with Purolator, one of North America’s leading courier and logistics companies and the Government of Ontario, through Ontario’s Autonomous Vehicle Innovation Network (AVIN), on a new driver health and safety initiative that will test the effectiveness of an AI-based predictive mood tracking and prescriptive mobile application.
“If we reflected on the realities of our current business office working hours, there is no executive leadership team that I know of that is not starting to discuss the implications of online fatigue, and for many good reasons – as many of our employees and colleagues are sharing stories that they feel they are becoming zombie zoomers. The new realities of a day is often a series of movements jumping from diverse collaboration tools like: Zoom, Microsoft Teams, Webex, Skype, or What’s App – all with the intent to connect, collaborate and contribute. Our office worker eyes are getting tired, and our employees are simply not taking enough mental health breaks away from their technology toolkits.
Dr. Cindy Gordon interviews Eli Fathi, CEO of Mindbridge.AI – A Canadian fintech company, to get his insights on how they are using AI to detect anomalous financial risk patterns from transactions, unintentional errors and intentional misrepresentations in order to reduce financial loss, corporate liability risk, and fraudulent reporting.
Dr. Cindy Gordon, CEO of SalesChoice, examines the impacts of Cybersecurity, from the perspective of the increased realities of working at home, on her latest Forbes article. Click here to read more.