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An AI Chief of Staff: Automated Work Assistant Xembly has been Equipped with VoicePrint


“@Xembly, remind me to run this week’s task list by Jonathan”

“@Xembly, reference our Q3 Top Priorities and create a colored-by-priority chart”

“@Xembly, schedule roadmap debrief and attach our updated logo”

“@Xembly, change all 1:1s to Tuesdays, take 1:1 meeting notes, and post to shared drive”

These prompts are examples of the inputs that Xembly, an “AI-powered chief of staff,” is capable of processing and aptly acting on for the benefit of business users.

Xembly (pronounced zem · blee) handles the types of tasks that might normally slow workers down; it takes care of, as its creators have described, “working through the mundane so you can focus on the meaningful.”

Xembly helps manage workflows across broadly used services like Google Meet and Google Calendar, Salesforce, Slack, Zoom and many others. Just as a dependable in-person executive assistant would, this AI assistant learns its users’ habits, optimizes schedules and emailing, transcribes meeting summaries, organizes teams’ tickets, and more. (Bear in mind, this is outside of highly intricate admin tasks that still require the human touch.)

And now, the developers behind Xembly have announced VoicePrint, a.k.a. technology that integrates with Xembly to automatically identify individual meeting participants (whether they’re at the office or working remotely), as well as the capturing of more in-depth action items and assignments that were previously outside of its capabilities.

This VoicePrint feature for Xembly was “designed to support workspace navigation and meeting preparedness with up-to-date technology, while adhering to work-from-home policies or at-the-office requirements.” Xembly’s VoicePrint saves workers time; a study its developers put out noted that 70% of Xembly-summarized meetings were shared with zero edits, meaning Xembly did handled what is often a mundanity quickly and precisely.

"Whether in person or over a video conference line, we all know that some of the most productive breakthroughs can happen in meetings," said Pete Christothoulou, Xembly CEO. "Our mission is to help every employee focus on meaningful work. By tapping into conversational AI advances in voice technology, Xembly makes sure that insights and action items in meetings are accurately and automatically captured, whether online or in person, so workers can be present, purposeful, and improve decision making."

To get started and try Xembly VoicePrint for yourself, signup is available here.

Edited by Greg Tavarez
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