Microsoft’s ‘90s paperclip assistant taught us all about computer conversations—teachings you have to take into account when you design digital humans for a living, like FaceMe’s Head of Professional Services, Simon Grieve, does.
When you consider what customer experience and customer service could be like in the insurance industry, and compare it to what it’s actually like today, it’s easy to see where digital humans fit into the future of insurtech.
With hundreds of events going on for TechWeek 2019, where’s the best place to see digital humans and the FaceMe team in action?
FaceMe’s VP Platform Development, Brodie Wooler, takes us on a journey through the stats that show a way for chatbot developers to differentiate themselves from the pack—using one of the most time-tested communication methods known to man...
Southern Cross Health Society will launch an artificial intelligence (AI)-powered digital assistant later this year, in what is believed to be a world-first for a health insurer.
FaceMe has become finalists for the hotly contested and highly prestigious Coretex Hi-Tech Emerging Company of the Year Award 2019. Our CEOm, Danny Tomsett, explains the secret ingredient that went into getting us here.
Meet Kimberley and Shehan, two new additions to FaceMe’s leadership team, who have big plans for their new roles, fantastic career backgrounds… and a few interesting hobbies.
Auckland’s Media Design School have provided a peek at what it’s like to work at FaceMe through one of their most promising students—Hans Culton
FaceMe’s Cognitive Architect, Piers Smith, considers a big questions when it comes to AI digital humans—trust
Breakfast (TVNZ) has featured FaceMe’s Digital Human concept for BMW NZ.
UBank is partnering with FaceMe to launch the world’s first digital human in the home loan space.
We’re proud to have been featured on the first Exponential TechTuesday show for the year on “Digital Humans in Health and Care.”
Dr Jason Catchpole, explains what’s involved in ensuring Digital Humans have the ability to ‘see’; ‘understand’; and ‘react’.
The key is not to build a chatbot; but rather to build an experience and use your chatbot to do it!
Newsroom has featured FaceMe commentary on the proliferation of Digital Humans in New Zealand.
Mike interviews FaceMe’s VP of Sales Nick Sokolich about how Digital Humans are changing customer service in banking.
FaceMe is really excited about Magic Leap’s vision: a world in which we interact with Digital Humans on a daily basis as part of a layered digital fabric integrated into everyday life.
Sir John Kirwan talks to a Digital Human. He’ll be using FaceMe’s platform to design AI-powered digital mental health coaches.
Vodafone today revealed the identity of the newest member of its team, a Digital Assistant. Introducing Kiri.
The TIN Report monitors the performance of New Zealand’s 200 (TIN100 and Next100) largest technology exporters in the areas of Information and Communications Technology (ICT), High-tech Manufacturing and Biotechnology.
Banking innovators and Fintech disruptors have once again descended upon the Las Vegas Strip for another jam-packed Money20/20 US event.
Sophie was friendly, empathetic and efficient – instantly recognizing Nick and completing the task in a matter of seconds. No queues. No call centres.
Vodafone today announced it will be the first global telecommunications company to launch an Intelligent Digital Human, powered by FaceMe.
The Australian Financial Review features FaceMe’s work for Vodafone
Futuretech Podcasts caught up with Danny Tomsett about Digital Humans.