Berlin's Spoke.ai recently began an open beta of its generative AI operating system for aggregating project deadlines, discussion and promotional work, allowing it to extract the important bits and reduce workday incursions caused by ill-timed Slack pings.
The open beta was given bankroll following Spoke.ai's €2 million pre-seed round led by byFounders VC with participation from Possible Ventures and Berlin regional development bank IBB.
Spoke.ai aims to reduce "workplace noise" for the knowledge-driven worker using a combination of natural language processing and generative AI models.
The AI summarisation tool integrates with popular interfaces like Slack, JIRA and others to produce a live record of must-see workflows — including support tickets and documents — intended as an "always up-to-date source-of-truth in summarised form".
As a result, more work notifications can be silenced via Spoke.ai's smart inbox tools by the user, so their train of thought can continue unperturbed. Spoke.ai's Slack integration officially entered open beta this week.
Spoke.ai's co-founder Max Brenssell, who also helped to pioneer Berlin-based workplace plant supplier Plantclub, another company looking to counter anxieties in the modern workforce, explained: "Information overload and context switching cause problems in every team, and the volume of information is only increasing with generative capabilities across tools like Notion and Jasper.
"We need smart, new ways to stay on top and strongly believe in the potential of AI-summarisation to achieve this.”
Max Brenssell founded Spoke.ai in 2021 alongside fellow co-founders Jack Lancaster and Carl Brenssell. The waitlist for their platform currently has more than 500 companies.
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