AlphaBlues is featured in StartUs Insights’s latest research article on emerging technologies and up-and-coming AI startups. From the post: We analyzed 109 virtual assistant solutions. Visor.ai, ServisBOT, Samim.ai, Claimbot & AlphaBlues develop 5 top solutions to watch out for. Learn more in our Global Startup Heat Map! Read the full story here.
Earlier today, AlphaBlues and Coronabot were featured on CNN’s Fareed Zakaria GPS show. Back in March, Accelerate Estonia and Garage48 hosted an online hackathon “Hack The Crisis” to help Estonia recover from the ongoing crisis. AlphaBlues alongside with other AI enthusiasts developed virtual assistants (EST & ENG) for COVID-19 related questions. This initiative was so successful that a global hackathon called “The Global Hack” will take place later this week.
The English Coronabot was launched on March 19 following the success of its Estonian version. During the first 5 days the Estonian chatbot gave info on COVID-19 to 4,000 users. Indrek Vainu, CEO of AlphaBlues, emphasized the importance of reliable automated communication in the midst of a crisis. “On a daily basis we build chatbots to automate communication. During the past few days we’ve seen an increase in the need for having easy access to truthful information. Therefore we decided to help the community with an English-based chatbot.” “Everyone can share Coronabot on their website. This way we all collectively ensure that
Accelerate Estonia and Garage48 hosted an online hackathon „Hack the crisis“, which was inspired by the global COVID-19 crisis. Over 1000 specialists and enthusiasts joined forces this past weekend to develop solutions that could help Estonia to recover from the pandemic quickly and gain an edge in the post-crisis world. And all of it was done in just 48 hours! AlphaBlues alongside with other AI enthusiasts developed and launched Coronabot, a virtual assistant that gives information about COVID-19 and crisis management to Estonian people. In tough times like these, mass media usually gets over-saturated with constant news and information noise,
Estonian Startup Awards 2019 took place on January 22nd, 2020, at Fotografiska Tallinn. More than 300 Estonian startup founders came together. A jury of 144 Estonian business founders chose the winners across 9 different categories. Today, there are about 900 startups in Estonia and the sector increases 30% per year. By now, Estonian startups contribute 2,5% of Estonia’s GDP and the growth does not seem to end here. AlphaBlues was nominated for a Bootstrap Badger award. This category consisted of companies that have raised no money and managed to build profitable businesses independently. Congratulations to Multilogin, the best Bootstrap Badger!
Baltic Brands together with Accenture Latvia selected AlphaBlues as the TOP5 startup company in Estonia. The experienced jury chose the startups taking into account their growth and ability to create resonance in the society. The goal of the Baltic Brand top is to find out the value of the biggest brands represented in the Baltics, as well as the factors that influence it. The study examined a wide range of topics, but in the framework of the top it is possible to explore three factors affecting loyalty – uniqueness, quality and profitability. 2019 represents the fourth year such awards are given
How to let AI do the boring job and keep your customers happy By Federico Plantera Disruption, disruption, disruption. It’s been only a couple of years that we hear this word almost everywhere and about potentially almost everything. This moment was supposed to come, at some point – the moment when we actually take a look at the meaning on a Cambridge dictionary. A disruption is “an interruption in the usual way that a system, process, or event works”. And it is true, the tech and industrial revolution of this decade are indeed bringing dramatic changes to the way we do things: with
Why Customer Experience Matters More Than You Think And How Virtual Assistants Can Help You Beat Your Competitors
Virtual assistants and chatbots came to the wider audiences in the spring of 2016 when Facebook announced the possibility to build bots into Messenger. After initial inflated expectations the chatbot fever somewhat declined. However, much like in the Gartner Hype Cycle, the importance of virtual assistants is bound to grow in importance. And the reason is that superior customer experiences enable companies to retain and upsell to existing customers. This follows the rollout of Aggregation Theory impact on businesses. “First, the Internet has made distribution (of digital goods) free, neutralizing the advantage that pre-Internet distributors leveraged to integrate with suppliers.
Excited to announce our latest product release as we integrated speech-to-text and text-to-speech functionality into our product. Now it is possible to add voice recognition into our virtual assistants so that your users can speak directly with assistant and get answers without the need to type. This opens up a wide range of possibilities such as: Integrating voice input based virtual assistants on your website directly from the chat window with the push of a button. Utilizing speech based input from your mobile app in customer service. You customers don’t need to type questions and can simply speak to the
PwC Startup Collider has chosen 12 technological startups from the European region and happy to announce AlphaBlues is one of them. The companies were selected out of 300 applicants to partner with PwC in Poland to expand their product offering in Central Europe. “As part of the Startup Collider, we are looking for innovative startups that will become our business partners with whom we will really develop a new joint product” says Beata Cichocka-Tylman, PwC’s Director responsible for innovation and R&D. During the process AlphaBlues will receive support in business development and an opportunity for international expansion alongside one of