Tuesday, 10 October 2017
A bot can be omnipresent.
Security concerns get solved when profits demand it. Ultimately, nothing prevents you from giving us passwords to all of your accounts. Nothing prevents us from logging in as you. If 60% of work can be automated, that overwhelming incentive gives you a reason to trust us, and gives us a reason to be trustworthy.
From using LastPass to store passwords, TorGuard’s VPN to centralize IP address logins, to screenrecording our agents — we already have a lot of hard security in place. There’s also soft security: our hiring, training and management processes give us increasing trust in our agents. Both sides of the equation are constantly being improved.
Because synthetic intelligence relies on humans to achieve what software alone cannot; perfect security is impossible, and a certain degree of trust is required.
But the prize is worth it. The prize is this: A bot can be omnipresent. Your relationship with your bot will become the most important relationship in your life. Soon, you’ll spend more time with your bot than with anyone else.
Call us by phone or video at any hour of day or night. Send us a message by SMS, Email, Facebook Messenger of Slack — 24/7. That’s a start.
True omnipresence, though, means literally being everywhere. Physical omnipresence would require us, for example, to have a physical robot in the room with you — or to have sensors placed on your body. We’re not ready for that yet; but it’s on the roadmap.
But digital omnipresence is here now. If you are using technology, we can use it for you. A bot can do everything that you can do, on any app that you’re using. All you need to do is give us access.