[easyBot] Build your own AI bot in minutes, talk to it on multiple channels
Tokyo, 2020/6/9 — From today on, building your very own AI bot is as easy as publishing a video on the internet. easyDialog G.K. (Tokyo, Japan) released easyBot, bringing you the joy of talking to an AI that you designed yourself. (www.easybot.me/easybot-en/)
easyBot is a browser-based SaaS (Software-as-a-Service) that lets you design AI bots and talk to them instantaneously on any channel and device: as a voice bot or chatbot, on messengers, home speakers, smartphones, and PCs.
easyBot is set to revolutionize the huge conversational AI market (2019: 4.2 billion US$) that is being hampered by high entry hurdles for newbies, and fragmentation into dozens of incompatible platforms.
easyBot’s proprietary approach overcomes these barriers effortlessly: Anybody can now design and build a bot, as no prior or professional knowledge in AI, coding, linguistics, or UX design is required to use easyBot. Just type in the conversation you want to have with the AI, and press “Build”. Then connect to your AI and talk to it, on a conversational AI platform of your choice – plugins for Alexa, LINE, and PC browsers are already available, with many more on the roadmap.
The first roll out today rewards millions of owners of home speakers and smartphones with the joy of owning a pet AI that says exactly what they taught it to say. In the following months, easyBot will grow with additional features that will provide the same level of comfort, compatibility, and easy design to the AI needs of businesses and corporate customers, all while cutting costs and TTM compared to the conventional approaches.
The conversational AI market featuring AI bots like smart assistants, voice solutions, chatbots, reached a size of 4.2 billion US$ worldwide in 2019 with growth rates predicted to climb at 29.7% CAGR*. Conversational AI enables people to have interactive, natural-language conversations with machines and software, like human conversations. It replaces or complements conventional user interfaces (UI) like touchscreens, monitors, buttons, or handles.
The advantages of “hands-free, eyes-free” talking to cars, phones, or websites in everyday language, rather than clumsily moving your fingers and eyes around a small touchscreen or muddling with knobs and levers, are obvious.
Still, voice control and chatbots are far from being an integral part of modern life as are smartphones. There are dozens of proprietary voice and chatbot platforms, all more or less incompatible with each other, leaving businesses with a sad choice between prohibitive development costs and limited usability. And bot development, until now, required an expert team of programmers, AI specialists, language and domain experts – a costly entry hurdle with uncertain benefits. easyBot’s overcomes these barriers effortlessly.
easyDialog G.K. (Tokyo, Japan) is a consulting firm with a veteran track record in custom-building conversational AI systems for global corporate clients. Using strategies like recognizing brand names and colloquial speech, tracking context, understanding ambiguous sentences, and helping first-time users, easyDialog lifts performance and user experience of voice systems and chatbots to production-level. (more on: www.easydialog.org)
With easyBot and its underlying proprietary approach, easyDialog’s added a SaaS to its service portfolio. easyBot is also the company’s first service offered directly to end users (B2C) and small enterprises (SME).
* source: tinyurl.com/y2bqn379