SANTA CLARA, Calif., -- DEMO Fall -- ExpertMaker, a provider of next generation AI search and recommendation tools, today announced its Beta launch at DEMO Fall 2010, one of the world's premier stages for new technologies. ExpertMaker's beta program is available today to developers world-wide from www.expertmaker.com.
ExpertMaker started out with a mission to make AI technology available for a broad audience. Its pioneering approach brings the power of advanced AI technology into a desktop tool for handling various complex problems such as human-like recommendations, smart advice, diagnosis etc, creating opportunities for things as diverse as personalized product advice, recommending holiday destinations, discovering a new app or even diagnosing an illness.
The tools do not require any programming skills, enabling anyone to build their own micro-search engine. This simplicity makes them perfect for sales representatives, marketers and experts of all sorts. In addition it's possible to make single iteration searches, providing precise, personalized results, key for mobile searches
Search is used for various reasons; many of them, like buying decisions, involve complex human elements and preferences, but current services find it difficult to handle these challenges. With ExpertMaker, consumer electronics experts can build a solution that works similarly to how a sales person would sell in a store, giving personalized recommendations.
Lars Hard, CEO and founder of ExpertMaker commented: "What's exiting about this new generation of search technology are the new opportunities presented, from the obvious commercial opportunities to other activities like diagnosing an illness."
"As an example, many people still visit stores to buy products, ask for advice or spend hours reading reviews online. With our tools you can transform that whole process into a single search, driven by the users own taste and needs," concluded Lars.
"We see ExpertMaker as one of the enablers of mobile search and commerce for many developers today," said Matt Marshall, executive producer of DEMO. "By giving people the capability to build their own AI solutions, ExpertMaker is also looking to engage all kinds of experts to create new things not available online today."
For more information on ExpertMaker please visit station number 43 in the DEMO Pavilion or www.expertmaker.com