Between @gmail’s new prompts and autocompleting sentences, @xdotai’s Amy doing all meeting scheduling, and @SkedPal managing my productivity, I am outsourcing a big amount of my cognition to AI right now.
We can never fully anticipate how people use our services. @xdotai introduced a new "grab-time-on-my-calendar" feature and I find I've been using it *for myself* because it is SO much easier to make decisions about how I want to spend my time when my choice is limited. #uxpic.twitter.com/LYjYoUe5dh
Great article on this topic. I offloaded most of my meeting schedualing to an AI (@xdotai ) a year or two ago and it frees up so much time. In most cases, external parties don’t even know they are interacting with an AI while I focus on more high-value tasks. #AIATWORK
I use @xdotai mostly to schedule shows for @GameMakerParty — it’s ridiculously useful — and successfully managed to schedule my last show with participants with about a 6h time zone spread at a reasonable time.
For the past month I’ve using @xdotai and I’m extremely impressed. Yes there are kinks but that’s normal. So far Amy helped me manage a very hectic calendar with ease. Kudos to @DennisMortensen and team for an awesome product 🙃
Just spent the last few weeks conversing with a PA from a company trying to get some time in my diary. I didn't even realise it was an AI assistant! I hadn't amended my language, writing style or colloquialisms. Nice surprise! @xdotai#ai#digitalassist
Do you schedule meetings often? I've been using https://t.co/IIZVw4ygGc for scheduling and it's been a lifesaver. Artificial intelligence for scheduling, and you can preload defaults like locations, times etc.