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The Greek startup that innovates in artificial intelligence

18 December 2019

Associate Professor of the National Technical University of Athens who has been living in the United States for the past few years– and Shri Narayanan, is developing applications that convert the “signals” of human feelings and behaviors to useful information and aims to fill this “gap” with the algorithm it developed.

The technical department of developers is located in Greece, while the commercial department is in Los Angeles. The company has a presence in both the USA and Athens, and in 2017 it received funding of $ 2,500,000 from the US fund Kairos.

Behavioral Signals has on its technology platform applications that start from call centers where, for example, depending on the tone of the customer’s voice, the response from the telephone support or sales center, as well as integration capabilities in a variety of applications, well-known “digital assistants” deploying companies such as Google, Apple and Amazon to the robots who in the future will be operating in areas that it now feels impossible, precisely because they can not perceive emotions and behaviors such as assistance to elderly or sick people and other people in need of support.

The main goal of the company is to create machines that will be able to understand the emotions, the mood and the intentions of a person. In this way, the human mind interacts with the corresponding artificial and the science of artificial intelligence comes to meet but also to adopt human emotional intelligence.

Source: (ellines.com)

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