Botanic News

Jun 26

Botanic Technologies Announces New Vice President of Sales and Marketing

Startup Veteran Will Help Drive Market Exposure and Customer Acquisition for Conversational User Interface Software and Services Firm

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May 09

Conversational Interfaces and Scripting Cortana's Charisma

“The main challenge is creating an AI with a nuanced personality,” wrote Leslie Nguyen-Okwu for Ozy’s Daily Dose. 

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Apr 04

Developing an AI (Artificial Intelligence) App? These 7 Aspects Will Help You Succeed

Arkenea, an online publication focused on app development, published a list of seven important aspects of any successful artificial intelligence app. Number one on the list was a “focus on cultural implications,” and Botanic Technologies founder and CEO, Mark Stephen Meadows, was quoted.

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Nov 17

Meet the Agency That Creates AI Personalities (Like in the TV Series 'Westworld')

Today's artificial intelligence personalities, like Apple's Siri or Microsoft's Cortana, still aren't full personalities, as General Partner of Valor Ventures writes in an Inc. article. 

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Nov 16

How Close Are We to Westworld's Artificial Intelligence?

On Canadian Broadcasting Company show Quirks and Quarks, Botanic Technologies founder and CEO, Mark Stephen Meadows, spoke with the hosts about the development of the AI characters on the TV series Westworld.

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Jul 25

When Bots Go Bad: Why We Need Bot Authentication

“The most dangerous criminal may be the man gifted with reason, but with no morals.”
—Martin Luther King, Jr.

“Does a bot have more freedom than you? Does it need reputation?” asks Mark Stephen Meadows, on Opus Research.

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May 14

15 Game-Changing Artificial Intelligence Startups

In an article in Female Entrepreneurs, Lisa Calhoun includes Botanic Technologies in a roundup of 15 game changing new AI Startups. 

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Apr 10

The Next Generation Of AI Will Be Full Of Feels

“The next round of AI aims to provide more than just a time-saver,” writes Junglist on Gizmodo Australia. “For this purpose, Silicon Valley is turning to poets, playwrights, and screenplay writers to give AI more emotional intelligence.”

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Apr 06

The Next Hot Job in Silicon Valley is For Poets

“The next hot job in Silicon Valley is for poets,” writes Elizabeth Dwoskin for the The Washington Post.

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Mar 07

The Next Big Tech Revolution Will Be In Your Ear

“People have no idea how close we are to Her,” says Mark Stephen Meadows, founder of the conversational interface firm Botanic Technologies. Fast Co.Design writer Mark Wilson put a spotlight on Botanic in a long read about conversational interfaces.

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