Wednesday, April 01, 2009

Intelligent e-mail auto-responder via g-mail . . .

If you are like me, you get hundreds of e-mails a day, and for years I’ve been looking for an “autopilot” tool that would remember my previous e-mail responses and reply on my behalf!

Well, it’s Google to the rescue with a revolutionary new AI-based tool . . .

Google uses a patented invention, Cognitive Autoheuristic Distributed-Intelligence Entity (CADIE) to implement this artificial intelligence. Cadie even created her own web page, with no human intervention! Here is how CADIE works:

“we let the system build its own heuristics, deploy them as agents and evolve them by running a set of evolutionary cascades within probabilistic Bayesian domains.

The third - a piece missing in most AI reasoning work thus far - was to give the entity access to a rich, realistic world from which to learn and upon which it could act directly.

Google's mission has always been to organize the world's knowledge and make it universally accessible and useful. CADIE, to say the least, demanded an emphasis on the latter.”

So how does CADIE work? Check her out. The engineers at Google have developed Google Autopilot, an AI-based tool to respond to all e-mails, without human intervention!

Google says that it responds to e-mails with 99% accuracy:

“Gmail Autopilot passes with 99.9% accuracy due to the inclusion of human-like qualities such as compassion and wisdom and CADIE's related ability to calibrate to match your chat style.”

It even personalizes your responses according to your style:

BTW, Happy April Fool’s Day!