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M

A personal assistant built inside Facebook Messenger

17 alternative and related products to M

Google Duplex

An AI assisstant that can talk on the phone 🤖

Google Duplex is an AI assistant that can actually talk to humans to get what you need. Powered by Google's powerful AI and tucked into Google Assistant, you'll be able to book reservations and schedule haircuts at hundreds of thousands of restaurants in seconds. More features to come soon.

BuzzFeed
Google's annual conference kicked off on Tuesday with its typical rapid fire opening keynote. The keynote is one of a handful of events each year that can give you insight into the technology industry's bleeding edge. It's where Google - a massive, sophisticated, $728 billion company - announces all the important product updates it is about to roll out.
WIRED
When a robot rings your phone, you can usually tell right away. Its voice is melodic, it rarely stumbles, and it's unnaturally efficient. The voice betrays its origin before it even has the chance to tell you that you qualify for a free loan, your mortgage payment is overdue, or that your input would really be valuable for a customer survey.
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Magic

Get whatever you want on demand with no hassle, through SMS

Ryan Hoover- Founder, Product Hunt
Magic has been around for about 2 years. Like Fin, it's unclear how much of it is AI-powered or assisted. I assume much of it is human-driven, which is part of what makes it feel so magical, but as a result it's not cheap. However, it may not feel expensive to some that value their time a lot.
Emily Hodgins- Community and Marketing, Product Hunt
Magic seams pretty darn perfect for this. Text to get seemingly anything you need. I just wish it was available in the UK ;)
Brandon Anzaldi- Software Engineer @ ToTheTens
Magic seriously seems to have brought tech, and white-glove concierge service together in a way that's astounding. I would have loved to help create some Magic.
25 Alternatives to Magic

Jetblack by Walmart

A concierge shopping service via text message

Jetblack is a new personal shopping service that lets customers order items via a text message with same-day or next-day delivery. For now, Jetblack is an invite-only service, available in parts of New York City and costs $50-a-month. Jetblack was developed in Walmart's in-house incubator, Store No. 8.

TechCrunch
Walmart's tech incubator is out with its first experiment. The incubator, known as Store No. 8, just launched Jetblack, a concierge-style service for requesting stuff and getting it really quick. During its pilot period, the project was known as Code Eight. To shop with Jetblack, first you need an invite.
CNET
An Amazon Prime subscription costs $119 a year for free, fast shipping on everything you buy. Walmart's new Jetblack service reportedly costs $50 every month -- but you won't have to do the buying.
The Verge
Jetblack, or "J" as we're supposed to call it, lets members text questions or specific shopping requests directly to its network of AI-driven bots and professional shoppers. The service can recommend the best TV, for example, or gifts for any desired occasion. Deliveries will arrive on the same, or the next day.
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