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12 Most Advanced AI Assistants

In this article, we will take a look at 12 most advanced AI assistants. If you want to skip our analysis of AI and its current developments, go directly to 5 Most Advanced AI Assistants.

In the last several decades, technology has undergone significant evolution. It's not just computers and smartphones that are now connected to the internet. Everyday items like light fixtures, televisions, large household appliances, vehicles, and even doorbells are becoming part of the online network. Artificial Intelligence, in particular, stands out as potentially the most significant technological breakthrough in our lifetimes. According to a PwC report, a mere year after the introduction of OpenAI's ChatGPT, 54% of surveyed companies had already integrated generative AI into various aspects of their business operations. Established companies such as Amazon.com Inc (NASDAQ:AMZN), NVIDIA Corporation (NASDAQ:NVDA), and Meta Platforms Inc (NASDAQ:META) are at the forefront, launching AI products and services that have a far-reaching influence on billions of users worldwide.

For years, both consumers and enterprises have been leveraging artificial intelligence in various ways: interacting with voice assistants like Siri and Alexa, automating repetitive tasks, and employing algorithms to identify patterns and correlations in data. However, it was the emergence of applications capable of generating original text and digital art that truly marked a significant milestone—a new era where AI demonstrates its ability to mimic human creative processes and quickly becomes widely recognized. Of course, AI has long been a fast-moving field, but these past few years have led the industry through lightning-fast developments. In November 2022, ChatGPT was launched, and just four months later, OpenAI introduced a new and significantly enhanced large language model (LLM) named GPT-4. Additionally, Anthropic’s generative AI, Claude, made remarkable progress by May 2023, now capable of processing 100,000 tokens of text in a minute, equivalent to about 75,000 words—an average novel’s length. This was a substantial improvement from its initial capacity of roughly 9,000 tokens when it debuted in March 2023. Moreover, Alphabet Inc. (NASDAQ:GOOG) has made several advancements with generative AI, including the introduction of a new Large Language Model (LLM) called PaLM 2 in May of last year, which serves to power the Bard chatbot, as well as other Google products, showcasing the company's commitment to pushing the boundaries of generative AI technology.

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Generative AI use in the enterprise will expand beyond just individuals, teams, and departments: There will be AI assistants in corporate boardrooms across the globe, helping companies navigate dynamic markets, increase profits, and gain an advantage over their competitors. When company execs are debating issues like whether they should ramp up hiring, or which market they should expand to next, there will be an AI assistant in the room that provides analysis and recommendations. Given the stakes, these companies will leverage technology that’s been customized for this purpose and for each business. These AI assistants will take into account a company’s industry, its competitors, business goals, historical industry data, etc., to provide executives with the most precise insights possible. As such, the influence of generative AI on productivity has the potential to contribute trillions of dollars in value to the global economy. According to McKinsey’s research estimates, the technology could bring about an annual addition of approximately $2.6 trillion to $4.4 trillion. In addition, the firm believes that approximately 75% of the value derived from generative AI use cases is concentrated in four key areas: Customer operations, marketing and sales, software engineering, and R&D.

Presently, a handful of major players dominate the AI assistant landscape, each offering distinct features. With ongoing technological advancements, the trajectory suggests that AI assistants will become even more personalized and streamlined, offering users an increasingly intuitive and natural means of engaging with technology. To that end, we will now look at some of the most advanced AI assistants that are currently on the market.

12 Most Advanced AI Assistants
12 Most Advanced AI Assistants

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Our Methodology

In coming up with our list of the 12 most advanced AI assistants, we meticulously examined various compilations provided by reputable sources, including TechRadar and Business News Daily, which highlighted noteworthy AI tools. In addition, we scoured through various reddit threads (1,2,3,4) for more insight into the best AI assistants. We amalgamated these insights into a unified meta-list, assigning a score to each entry based on its frequency of appearance and subsequently ranked them accordingly.

12. Otter.ai

Insider Monkey Score: 3

Otter.ai stands out as one of the most advanced AI assistants, offering features such as meeting transcription, live automated summaries, and action item creation. Leveraging artificial intelligence, Otter.ai provides real-time transcription capabilities that accurately convert audio recordings into detailed transcripts. This functionality is particularly useful for comprehensive record-keeping and sharing content, making it valuable for tasks like podcasting and video creation.

Moreover, Otter.ai integrates with OtterPilot, allowing users to connect it to their Google or Outlook calendars. OtterPilot can then automatically join Zoom, Microsoft Teams, and Google Meet meetings, streamlining the process of capturing and transcribing important conversations.

11. Notion AI

Insider Monkey Score: 4

Notion AI offers a suite of content creation tools tailored to enhance a user's content production workflow, including content summary, brainstorming, and copy creation and refinement tools. A notable feature is the platform's Dynamic Editing, which provides real-time corrections for grammar, tone, and offers alternative sentence structures as you type.

However, despite securing nearly $350 million in funding, Notion AI imposes word limits on users. That said, it does include a translation feature, potentially beneficial for multinational brands seeking to expand their reach across language barriers.

10. Fireflies.ai

Insider Monkey Score: 4

Fireflies.ai is a comprehensive meeting management software and AI meeting assistant platform. Its primary function is to automate various aspects of voice conversations, including recording, transcribing, searching, and analyzing. Specifically designed for collaboration across platforms like Zoom, Google Meet, and Microsoft Team, it provides automatic recording, transcription, and intelligent summarization of meetings. The software offers real-time transcriptions to facilitate effective meeting management. It goes beyond mere transcriptions by generating detailed summaries that highlight key points and action items. Users can further engage with the data through comments, annotations, and easy sharing of transcripts. One notable aspect of Fireflies.ai is its adaptive learning capability. The software learns from corrections, allowing it to adapt to specific jargon or speaking styles.

9. Bing AI

Insider Monkey Score: 5

Bing AI is a fusion of OpenAI and Microsoft Corporation (NASDAQ:MSFT)'s technologies, leveraging the conversational capabilities of ChatGPT and integrating them with Bing's extensive web repository. This integration results in a versatile chatbot, Bing Chat, which can handle AI conversations and access information from the web. It serves as a solution to ChatGPT's internet firewall limitations. Microsoft Bing Chat's capabilities extend to retrieving real-time data, enabling it to provide relevant answers to queries about current events. Notably, the platform features Microsoft's "Bing Pulse" functionality, offering real-time updates on trending topics. This combination of conversational AI and web access enhances the AI assistant's ability to engage in dynamic and informative conversations.

8. Socratic

Insider Monkey Score: 6

Socratic is an AI-powered app designed to help students with mathematics and other homework. Acquired by Alphabet Inc. (NASDAQ:GOOG)'s Google, Socratic is a top-ranked and rated homework help app that combines cutting-edge AI with expert-made teaching content to put a free and instant tutor in every student’s pocket. Featured by Apple, Inc. (NASDAQ:GOOG) and Google, Socratic was the 2017 winner of CognitionX’s AI in Education award. The app uses text and speech recognition and can support learning. Students can take pictures using their phone camera, and then Socratic uses its AI capabilities to provide visual explanations for the concepts that students need to learn.

7. Bixby

Insider Monkey Score: 7

Samsung's virtual assistant, Bixby, is seamlessly integrated into the company's smartphones, enhancing their usability. Bixby is designed to learn, evolve, and adapt to individual users, working collaboratively with the phone's apps to streamline tasks. As it gathers insights about the user, Bixby creates a personalized Bixby Home page on smartphones, displaying content from frequently used and relevant apps.

Bixby Vision, a notable feature, facilitates image search by allowing users to point the phone's camera at objects, images, or locations. Bixby Vision provides additional information, such as identifying and shopping for items, translating text, and recognizing locations. This functionality extends to the Camera app, Gallery, and Samsung Internet Apps.

6. Jasper

Insider Monkey Score: 8

Jasper is an AI writing tool that utilizes Natural Language Processing (NLP) and machine learning algorithms to generate human-like text in real-time. Essentially, Jasper serves as one of the most advanced AI assistants, particularly beneficial for content marketers and business owners seeking to create original content rapidly.

One notable feature of Jasper is its capacity to generate unique content without plagiarism. This ensures that the produced content is distinctive. Another significant advantage is the ability to customize a voice profile. By analyzing existing written content, Jasper can create a branded voice profile that mirrors the user's style. This ensures that the generated content maintains a consistent brand image across various platforms.

 

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Disclosure: None. 12 Most Advanced AI Assistants is originally published on Insider Monkey.

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