Searching for stuff on the internet has largely replaced reference books. Now the increasing voice searches and voice assistants are picking up the baton. So you don’t have to use your hands at all now. MindMeld launched a new platform that companies can use to add voice interfaces, including question-answering and language-understanding capabilities, to apps and devices.
Using Voice Assistants.
People are increasingly using voice support and voice search. More than 50 percent of smartphone owners use the latter capabilities. Voice assistants are very helpful for users to find answers to everything. Be it the weather or the new top 50 music charts to quizzes. MindMeld’s research shows what kind of capabilities that consumers want on more of their devices, not just their smartphones.
Coolest Voice And Chat Assistant.
Last year, MindMeld launched its conversational AI platform, with the support of With theSamsung, Intel, and one of the biggest wireless carriers in the world. MindMeld is probably the coolest voice and chat assistant apps you will ever see. This app is available for US$3.99 app. It has one of the coolest premises ever. MindMend will listen to your conversations. It will then interpret what you are saying. After that pulls up a web-based content as you talk.
Deep-Domain Conversational AI.
MindMeld’s AI, which has been referred to as “Siri on steroids.” It is sometimes considered more advanced than other voice-enabled intelligent assistants. According to the company, the first generation of AI-powered assistants failed to live up to the hype.
It comes with Deep-Domain Conversational AI. This technology promises to power a new generation of AI assistants. It can streamline common daily tasks such as placing a take-out order at a local restaurant, booking a flight or hotel reservation, creating a doctor’s appointment or finding retail store and product information.
Voice-enabled intelligent assistants and chatbots made with the platform can go virtually anywhere. They can go from websites, apps, and devices to messaging platforms like Facebook Messenger, Skype, and Slack.
First Released In 2014.
The MindMeld API was first released in 2014. It is currently being used by more than 1,200 companies around the world. MindMeld’s customers and investors include Google, Samsung, Intel, Spotify, In-Q-Tel and more.
- MindMeld helps you easily discover on-demand music and video. It can do this with the help of intuitive voice commands.
- You can use mobile voice or text for ordering. This enables in-store or curbside pickup with zero wait time and zero errors.
- Using MindMeld, you can also start a conversation with your customers. This can be done across any of their favourite messaging and chat apps.
- MindMeld also allows you to do quick chat-based transactions. This can be done without you needing to install your native app.
- MindMeld provides better support at lower cost. It does this by automating your most common customer interactions.
- With the help of MindMeld, you can also respond to your customer’s voice commands, with this new generation of connected home devices.
A Few Issues.
At the current stage, MindMeld has a few issues. It has several strikes going against it. First of all, you cannot use the app at all without a Facebook account. No matter if you’re sitting in a meeting or listening to a lecture, the app requires Facebook access. Second, the language comprehension is laughably bad. It doesn’t even start to approach Siri levels of accuracy.
The app is slick and you can already get a sense of what the app should have been. Unfortunately, it’s let down by technology and overhead that doesn’t function as a reasonable proof of concept.