x.ai is a personal assistant who schedules meetings for you

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Dan Kozikowski@dfkoz · VP of Networks, FirstMark Capital
x.ai user of 6+ months here. We at FirstMark are proud backers of @dennismortensen and x.ai, so take this as you'd like, but honestly my user experience has been outstanding. Some notes: - x.ai saves me hours of scheduling ping pong every month. This is low-value time that I can now allocate to more important efforts. - At this point, I trust x.ai implicitly; it has gotten every single one of 100+ meetings right across time zones, geography, etc. - You can set all sorts of preferences that x.ai will respect when scheduling, such as "no meetings on Mondays", as well as preferred coffee shops (Breads!), Hangout/Skype links, conference lines, etc. - I have asked 20+ people what the experience was like on their end; all thought my x.ai assistant was exceedingly polite and anecdotally, roughly half fail to notice it's not a person/employee, while the offer half do... and immediately sign up for the beta
Patrick Vlaskovits@pv · Founder, Superpowered
I have seen the future and it looks like x.ai ---- I have used Amy to schedule a few meetings, and it has been glorious. If this technology improves to allow for other use-cases, this will be a gigantic company.
@pv How about you control the future as well? ;) Would love to hear your thoughts and feedback on SQEDit :) Many thanks!
Dennis R. MortensenMakerHiring@dennismortensen · CEO and Founder, x.ai
@_jacksmith, @AdrianGrant *find an example below of flow (aka pain ping pong) 1. TO: MICHAEL FROM: JOHN Subject: Meeting up for coffee ? Hi Michael. Good to meet up with you yesterday. Do you have time to meet up later today, tomorrow or perhaps early next week? I am free most days after 1 PM. --Regards John 2. TO: JOHN FROM: MICHAEL *x.ai customer CC: AMY @ X.AI Hi John. I’d be happy to meet up next week. Please work with Amy (CC’ed) to get this on the calendar. Looking forward to it. //Michael. :-) 3. TO: JOHN FROM: AMY Hi John, Are you available to meet with Michael on Tuesday, May 27th at 2:00pm or 4:00pm? he's also available on Friday the 30th at 3:30pm. -Amy 4. TO: AMY FROM: JOHN Hi Amy. Can we do 2:30pm on Tuesday at my office ? --Regards John 5. TO: JOHN FROM: AMY Hi John. Michael can certainly do 2:30, but given meetings that come right after, I would politely ask if the meeting can be at his office on 100 Broadway ? -Amy 6. TO: AMY FROM: JOHN Ok. I’ll pop by Michaels’ office Tuesday afternoon. Have a great Day Amy. --Regards John 7. TO: MICHAEL, JOHN FROM: AMY Calendar Invitation: Meeting up for coffee @ Tue May 27, 2014 2:30 - 3:30 (michael@oracle.com) Makes sense ?
Derek Shanahan@dshan · GM @ SuperRewards
I have this scary image of putting someone into a nightmare "I'm sorry, I didn't understand that. Press one for the main menu, two for sales..." (to use an automated phone analogy).
What's the cost of x.ai? I don't see any info regarding that on their website.