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HubSpot acquires chatbot builder Motion AI

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HubSpot announced this morning that it has acquired chatbot startup Motion AI. Motion AI launched in 2015 and offers an editor for building chatbots that work on websites, Facebook Messenger, SMS and Slack, no coding required. The entire Motion AI team, including founder and CEO David Nelson, will be joining HubSpot. HubSpot (which acquired sales AI startup Kemvi few months ago) isn't sharing the financial terms of the deal.


HubSpot acquires chatbot builder Motion AI

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HubSpot announced this morning that it has acquired chatbot startup Motion AI. Motion AI launched in 2015 and offers an editor for building chatbots that work on websites, Facebook Messenger, SMS and Slack, no coding required. The entire Motion AI team, including founder and CEO David Nelson, will be joining HubSpot. HubSpot (which acquired sales AI startup Kemvi few months ago) isn't sharing the financial terms of the deal.


Artificial intelligence (AI) And The Future Of Marketing: 6 Observations From Inbound 2016

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At Inbound 2016, HubSpot's co-founders Brian Halligan and Dharmesh Shah entertained 19,000 attendees with their take on the past and future of marketing. Here's what I learned from their keynote presentation and a brief interview. So predicts Halligan, adding "in five years, you will do a lot less navigating through apps and more just asking questions and chatting back and forth with bots… the next thing you know, we like it and it's easier and more efficient than waiting for the sales rep to call you back." Shah notes that businesses started building websites in the 1990s so they can answer customer questions 24/7. "Soon," he says, "they will start building bots.


Artificial intelligence (AI) And The Future Of Marketing: 6 Observations From Inbound 2016

#artificialintelligence

At Inbound 2016, HubSpot's co-founders Brian Halligan and Dharmesh Shah entertained 19,000 attendees with their take on the past and future of marketing. Here's what I learned from their keynote presentation and a brief interview. So predicts Halligan, adding "in five years, you will do a lot less navigating through apps and more just asking questions and chatting back and forth with bots… the next thing you know, we like it and it's easier and more efficient than waiting for the sales rep to call you back." Shah notes that businesses started building websites in the 1990s so they can answer customer questions 24/7. "Soon," he says, "they will start building bots.