Brains of Undock & the Conundrum of Time

3 years ago   •   1 min read

By Chenda Bunkasem

Remote work has ignited our need for consistent, real-time interconnectivity. Online gatherings help us further engage and execute with the touch of a few buttons. Regardless of whether or not we return to the office post-pandemic, permanent change has entered the workforce. In turn, new paradigms must be created to support said change.

Meeting arrangement and planning happens to be one of the most affected facets of such a new world paradigm. How us as humans relay information has never been this instant. For the first time in history, some of the worldโ€™s biggest conferences have been held virtually, shifting forms of communication to unknown but exciting new mediums.

A hidden caveat behind such complex change is actually...time. The number of hours in the day has remained the same, however the way in which we allocate it is completely free to us. Do we have more or less of it, now that we have been given more control?

Here at Undock, weโ€™ve gone to lengths to think this problem through and ultimately, help redesign the future of work. Our product uses machine learning to create smart predictions about your schedule, creating an enmeshed, meeting experience network. Each user journey is unique because of our patent pending artificial intelligence, tailoring availability slots to a larger, privacy preserving ecosystem amongst peers. All of this is done in a platform agnostic fashion โ€” meaning that you can plan to meet with people from any calendar and email carrier, anywhere. This product is the first of its kind.

We understand that an algorithmโ€™s performance is only as good as its data. In order to give you the best, hassle free scheduling experience, our data science team have also elegantly crafted systems that utilize deep learning for both time series and semantic parsing, learning as time goes on, by you, for you. The meeting experience has not only become significantly easier, but fun and engaging, handing users a level of autonomy with both their schedules and communication they never knew they had.

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