How Google, Amazon, and Facebook would look if they had started in the age of AI

In the past few years, artificial intelligence has come into its own, and lots of companies are grafting it onto their core businesses, marrying AI with search, ecommerce, social networking, cybersecurity — you name it. But what if those businesses had started out in an age of AI and had integrated it into their products from the very beginning? Peter Relan addressed this speculative question for us at our MobileBeat 2017 conference this week. Relan is a well-known entrepreneur who started the YouWeb incubator, which spawned startups such as mobile gaming companies OpenFeint and CrowdStar. Now he’s CEO of Got It and an investor in the popular gaming chat app Discord. Relan’s Got It is a new kind of search engine, and it uses AI to locate human experts who can answer your questions in a personalized way. He thinks this will yield better results, and it’s an example of the kind of business that is better because it was born in the AI boom. Here’s an edited transcript of our interview. Above: Peter Relan speaks with VentureBeat’s Dean Takahashi at MobileBeat 2017. Image Credit: Michael O’Donnell/VentureBeat VentureBeat: What if Google, Amazon, and Facebook had started with AI algorithms a long time…

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