UneeQ’s CEO, Danny Tomsett, explains how we arrived at our Five Laws of Ethical Digital Human Design, and why the moral use of AI is a key component of bringing the human touch back to digital.
UneeQ adds Alexa, Hootsuite and Deep Lens experience to its board. Meet Lovina McMurchy, Kirsty Traill and Simon Arkell, and learn what makes them UneeQ.
New Zealand’s largest appliance and technology retailer has today unveiled Nola, it’s new digital human team member who will be based at the flagship store to help shoppers navigate the store and answer questions they have.
Chatbots are being relied upon more and more to ease the burden on healthcare. But is that the best we can do, or does the sector need a greater evolution? UneeQ VP of Platform Development, Tyler Merritt, explains.
Check out the world’s first digital human tour guide, designed specifically for the City of Darwin, who can fit right in your pocket.
All is for All’s Grace Stratton and UneeQ are working together to improve how people with accessibility issues can shop for fashion online, through the use of digital humans.
If you’ve ever watched 1980 blockbuster Alien, you’ll know (perhaps subconsciously) the impact of an AI face. Piers Smith, UneeQ’s Cognitive Architect, explains the benefits of digital humans over faceless AI.
Powered by artificial intelligence (AI), Digital Humans are going to change the way we interact with machines – but how easy are they to implement?
Kiwi fashion label Salasai debuts first-ever artificial intelligence model by UneeQ at New Zealand Fashion Week
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