Users don't know which questions voice assistants understand. Conversational AIs are hard to discover.
Your wish is my command. We build the first AI marketplace for language-based requests (intents).
Voice assistants can be instantly localized. Users are guaranteed to talk to the AI most suited to answer.
Users ask with a single question multiple AIs. Voice assistants combine skills to respond to every kind of speech-based request.
AIs dispatch voice commands with a standardized naming convention and data schema.
We support the development of industry standards for NLP API interoperability. Let's teach voice AIs to share intents!
By 2025 more than 55 billion voice AIs will be in place. Every user will be surrounded by 5+ AIs. 62% of all searches will start as a voice command.
The whoelse.ai protocol makes intents transparently tradable between voice AI technology ecosystems. Like a Blockchain, but for language.
Voice assistants exchange intents by a simplified language in a shared namespace. Maybe we are the first-ever accounting chart for spoken content.
AI store natural language requests in grammar based on who else? questions as shared naming schema and protocol.
The simplicity of this naming convention makes the protocol easy to understand for every user and all types of AI.
He argues that certain semantics are perhaps „hard-wired in the brains" of every human.
It's a semantic concept grammatically similarly used all over the world and throughout the syntax of every language.
We now look for industrial AIs users and providers who want to combine capabilities and business models.
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