Aiko Meet

🤖 Video Chat in browser with AI Subtitles + Transcript 🤖

4.2/5
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Aiko Meet is the first video conferencing solution built with AI. Audio is automatically subtitled, and you'll receive a full transcript at the end of your call!
Take calls right in your browser with a custom link (no extensions, no installs), fully private.
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13 Reviews4.2/5

I'm loving the product! The transcript is great, but the real kicker for me is the Picture in Picture mode. Being able to just pop out my coworker and jump on another screen has made my calls 10x more productive!

Pros:

- Subtitles + Transcript - Picture in Picture mode - Easy link share

Cons:

None so far!

I can't tell you how impressed I am -this is a killer product - AI is cool - most important it works. I just tested and got the transcript, and you were right on your site; this is MAGIC !!!! great job Congrats

Pros:

EASY TO USE great qulity

Cons:

nothing - its amazing

Thanks so much Tomer! We're super grateful for all the support and advice! Happy to launch w/ Street Team :)

I've been using this all morning and am addicted! Never going to have to take meeting notes again!

Pros:

- Fast, to the point - Subtitles + Transcript are magic! - No downloads or extensions when I share the link

Cons:

None so far! Loving it.

I'm glad to finally see a privacy-minded video conferencing solution. Other tools always tout security but often record your calls or send it to their servers to be distributed. Peer to peer is great and I can clearly see that my connection is directly with others. Transcript is also amazing for compliance, I will definitely recommend this to my colleagues in banking!

Pros:

- Transcript is great for compliance - Fully private and doesn't store anything

Cons:

None

OMG! These subtitles!! I video call with my clients all the time and there's ALWAYS that one guy who no one can hear because he has 1kbps internet connection. I took a call with a client on it this morning and I'm shocked. The speed was great even though they have terrible connection, and when they cut out the subtitle still came in perfectly and I was able to continue the convo seamlessly. He had an issue with our product that I was able to resolve super easily by asking him to screenshare (no extension is a big win!). VERY well done! Well deserved congratulations.

Pros:

- Extremely clean interface - Screenshare without extension - Subtitles!!

Cons:

None

I love the transcript! I didn't think it could replace my meeting notes but after taking a look the transcript is pretty high quality for a speech recognition service. Awesome work, can't wait til you guys add realtime translation!

Pros:

- Simple link share - Transcript is amazing! - Picture in Picture mode

Cons:

Waiting for them to add translation!

This is doing video conferences, the smart way

Pros:

Intuitive and very useful

Cons:

None that I can think of

I tried to share my screen via web and couldn't find where to do it. I though maybe FAQ would give me some answers and it did - I was running a version on Chrome, which was 71 and they require 72 (which is the latest one available) So if I have to install a new piece of software to use this, how is this different from Zoom/Skype, where I also have to download and install something? Another one of my concerns is that meetings are sometimes held on very confidential subjects and I am sure that the speech-to-text is done on a server (please correct me if it's not). How can I be sure that it is stored securely? I think there is a lot to work on.

Pros:

Transcripts are a nice touch but I don't really use them that often. Seems more like a "touchbar on a MacBook" kind of thing.

Cons:

Screen sharing does not work in Chrome "out-of-the-box", no video recording, confidentiality concerns

Hi Oles, I'm sorry you had this issue! Screensharing should work in Chrome since Chrome 72 (February 2019). This is because Chrome did not support screensharing without a special flag before Chrome 72 which is why we require it to be updated. You don't have to install new software though as this is a patch that is available within Chrome and should be installed automatically! The latest patch also contains a fix for a Chrome 0-day: https://news.ycombinator.com/ite... so it is important! This being said, we do understand that it's annoying to have to update Chrome to use this. We do support older versions of Chrome and other browsers with limited functionality, so that you and your clients may enter as they please even if they don't have the most updated version of Chrome. As for transcripts, we have gotten feedback regarding this and we are actively developing a solution to turn our transcripts into meeting notes using our NLP utilities from other products. Regarding the speech-to-text, it's done with respect to the browser you're using. On Chrome, this is done with the built-in, which usually goes through Google's Speech-to-Text engine. This is done securely by Google Chrome itself and is fuzzed multiple times. We don't store any speech or text data (ever!), and Google's policy is not to store this information except for inference and then immediately delete it. They claim to not store text or voice data through the browser Speech directive, and hve given legal reassurance of this in their privacy whitepaper: https://www.google.com/chrome/pr... We do understand that some users do not believe Google due to their track record for data tracking, and so we're also working on other speech recognition solutions. As for secure storage, we get this question very often! The answer is that it's not stored at all! The only data in our database is your login info (1-way encrypted at three layers), the plan you're on, and the rooms you own. Whenever socket or transcript data passes through our servers, it does just that--it's immediately used and never leaves ephemeral storage/memory until destroyed. We also don't store data regarding the socket on the server, and so data that passes through our socket interface is totally anonymized/has no relation to your actual user. All socket data, i.e. chat, subtitles, etc., is encrypted over any connection via SSL. As for the transcript email sent out, it's purely ephemeral storage/memory, is not stored on our servers, and is signed with 1024 bit DKIM so that you can be 100% sure the email came from us and isn't tampered in any way, shape, or form. Security and privacy are definitely our #1 priority at Aiko across all of our products! If you have any other questions, concerns, or issues please let us know and we will work to resolve it as fast as possible. Lastly, thank you very much for your feedback! We do agree that there is a lot to be improved upon and we will be working through the weekend to push out updates based on the feedback we have received today. Stay tuned!

Really impressive technology and clearly the path forward for things like accessibility! So excited to use in the future.

Pros:

Everything! Minimalistic and easy to use

Cons:

Really nothing at all!

Please tell me what are the benefits comparing to Google Meet (web rtc capable), because I didn't find any.

Pros:

Seems to have been a good idea, but poor realization.

Cons:

The sharing works only on the latest Chrome, but for anyone who uses previous more stable versions it fails to share a screen.

Hi Nick, thanks for the feedback. If you've been having issues with screensharing on other browsers, please contact support! We actively support screensharing in most major browsers, including Firefox and Edge. On Chrome, you are correct that screensharing works only with the version of Chrome released a little over a month ago (Chrome 72). However, this is actually the most stable version and previous versions are, if anything, less stable. In fact, the versions before Chrome 72 include a zero-day exploit that has since been patched and pushed out to all users. There is an ongoing discussion on this exploit on HackerNews: https://news.ycombinator.com/ite... and we do strongly encourage updating to the latest Chrome. On previous versions of Chrome you will be unable to use screensharing without an extension; however, updating Chrome will be faster, easier, and more secure! It only takes a couple seconds and the benefits are long reaching. Besides this, we have a slew of other features, which is actually our core proposition: - live subtitles (Chrome and browsers that support Web Speech API) - automatic full transcript (Chrome and browsers that support Web Speech API) - picture-in-picture in most browsers - fully secure and 100% private with no data storage whatsoever We're also working on shipping the next update which will include: - live translation - more browser support for subtitles and transcript - stability improvements and an implementation of our custom tree-mesh system which will speed up calls even more - realtime transcript - an integration with Aiko Words - and some more secret features!