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  • #16
    Valyant AI internationally recognized with multiple awards for AI excellence

    Valyant AI internationally recognized with multiple awards for AI excellence

    DENVER, May 01, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Valyant AI, a Colorado-based artificial intelligence (AI) company focused on customer service in the quick-serve restaurant (QSR) industry, today announced the company has been named a winner or finalist for several prominent local and national honors. Valyant AI won a total of three awards and was named a finalist for seven other awards, with three of them yet to announce winners.

    “Despite stiff competition from other forward-thinking companies, innovative vendors and influential leaders from across industries, we were fortunate enough to be recognized by a number of prestigious award organizations, locally and internationally” said Rob Carpenter, CEO and founder of Valyant AI. “Beyond streamlining the customer experience, improving employee efficiency and helping address labor shortages, especially during peak times, the platform’s advanced new enterprise AI capabilities, including passive conversational AI, voice-ordering kiosks, and interactive mobile, text and call-ahead ordering, empower organizations to implement high-performing artificial intelligence into their businesses without significant investment — and we could not be more proud or excited that our hard work to develop the platform is being recognized.”
    If it pays, it stays

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    • #17
      That is so very cool for your nephew and his company. I'm glad you get to share in the success as well!
      "Faith is nothing but a firm assent of the mind : which, if it be regulated, as is our duty, cannot be afforded to anything but upon good reason, and so cannot be opposite to it."

      -John Locke

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      • #18
        Burger King and KFC are both signing testing contracts with Valyant AI. Presuming things go smoothly that is a combined 75,000 locations worldwide. There are four smaller food chains also in talks.

        Selfishly, I'm hoping BK does a corporate test and pitches a buyout to lock up proprietary rights. That would produce a faster payday more in line with our advancing actuarial tables.
        Last edited by Frostbit; Friday, July 17, 2020, 3:12 PM.
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        • #19
          Best Emerging Technology ICX: "Holly" Conversational AI Platform, submitted by Valyant Al.

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          • #20
            Spotlight Interview: Rob Carpenter, CEO and Co-founder of Valyant AI



            https://restauranttechnologynews.com...3A99xAJjrp0ozU
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            • #21
              Originally posted by Frostbit View Post
              Spotlight Interview: Rob Carpenter, CEO and Co-founder of Valyant AI



              https://restauranttechnologynews.com...3A99xAJjrp0ozU
              Lastly, I would love to see conversational AI that has the ability to speak and understand all languages and understand people from all backgrounds and geographies
              This is interesting. We've all known restaurants that require certain knowledge of how to order. As an example, for anyone (probably nobody here) familiar with Yocco's Hotdogs out of Allentown (started by Lee Iaccocca's family), you would know that you go to the register and order, as an example, 3 everything. That means 3 hotdogs with everything...chili, onions and mustard. You then order small or large chocolate milk (they look at you funny if you order a soft drink, but they'll serve it). Side large or side small means you want their pierogies. Again, you can order fries instead, but that requires an actual explanation. Imagine the AI technology for understanding how to order a cheesesteak in South Philly.
              Not where I breathe, but where I love, I live...
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              • #22
                Originally posted by phillygirl View Post



                This is interesting. We've all known restaurants that require certain knowledge of how to order. As an example, for anyone (probably nobody here) familiar with Yocco's Hotdogs out of Allentown (started by Lee Iaccocca's family), you would know that you go to the register and order, as an example, 3 everything. That means 3 hotdogs with everything...chili, onions and mustard. You then order small or large chocolate milk (they look at you funny if you order a soft drink, but they'll serve it). Side large or side small means you want their pierogies. Again, you can order fries instead, but that requires an actual explanation. Imagine the AI technology for understanding how to order a cheesesteak in South Philly.
                Rob has worked hard on the AI to be able to handle regional accents and colloquial slang
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