x.ai launches on Slack

Now you can use “Amy + Andrew” in your Slack channels and DMs We’ve spent the past four years building our AI assistants to remove the pain of scheduling meetings completely. Today, we moved even closer to that reality: you can now summon Amy + Andrew on Slack as well as via email. If you’re…
Future of Work, Meeting Scheduling, Product Updates

Pondering AI’s future with Azeem Azhar

This post is part of x.ai’s ‘Future of Jobs’ interview series. We’re talking to leaders and mavericks to find out how emerging technologies like AI are changing how they do their jobs. You can find all the posts in the series here. Named a LinkedIn “Top Voice” for the past two years, Azeem Azhar has…
Future of Jobs, Future of Work

Time Lords Manual: Inbox Zero

The Time Lords Manual is a series of 1-minute reads on how to become a master of your time. (You can read the Time Lords Manifesto here). There’s a reason the first communication platform Amy + Andrew worked on was email: that’s where the bulk of meetings are set and professional communications exchanged. Even with…
Artificial Intelligence, Future of Work, Productivity

x.ai AI assistants now on your domain for MS Office 365 customers

When we introduced our AI assistants Amy & Andrew to Microsoft Office 365, we took a step towards eliminating the hassle of scheduling meetings for knowledge workers everywhere. No longer was our technology limited to helping people who live in G-Suite, Microsoft diehards could hire Amy to manage their Outlook calendar and schedule their meetings…
AI For Sales

Warming Leads & Closing Sales with AI: Q&A

We hosted our second webinar on Wednesday, Jan. 17, Warming Leads & Closing Sales with AI, where Dennis Mortensen was joined by Drift Director of Marketing, David Gerhardt for a lively discussion on how to use AI tools to better qualify, capture, and engage with leads. Here are select questions we didn’t get to during the…
AI For Sales

The Hidden Humanity of AI on TV

Through books, music, films, video games, and TV shows, we’ve been conditioned to regard AI as an impending threat: a festering, faceless danger hell-bent on exterminating every fleshy fiber of our humanity. This construct has made for some unforgettable drama, but over the decades, has become so ubiquitous and stale that it obscures the emerging…
Artificial Intelligence, Pop Culture