Artificial Intelligence

Skej – A New AI-Based Tool for Efficient Meeting Schedules

Skej is founded by experienced entrepreneur Paul Canetti and his talented team, with a brand-new AI assistant developed to eliminate boredom of scheduling.

By Business OutstandersPUBLISHED: May 29, 13:18
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Skej Team: CTO Anindya Mondal, CEO Paul Canetti, COO Justin Canetti

While the calendar is already full and hard to find 15 minutes for an important meeting, there is an opportunity to turn to Skej. Skej is founded by experienced entrepreneur Paul Canetti and his talented team, with a brand-new AI assistant developed to eliminate boredom of scheduling.

In contrast to the other scheduling tools, Skej goes beyond the possibility of manual browsing by integrating into email dialogs. Its AI assistant actively screens Calendly links, quickly finding a common availability and scheduling the meetings within the users’ calendars.

To accomplish that goal, Skej is led by Paul Canetti who is an entrepreneur and has the experience of founding earlier companies. Following the success stories of human assistants, Canetti sees an AI version of the tool that could grasp different contexts and automatically schedule them accordingly.

The product’s interface does not involve the need for users to download an application or visit a website, for scheduling, they just need to include Skej’s email address. Having plans to integrate mobile numbers in the future, Skej is suitable for those users who have different types of accounts such as Gmail, Outlook, and so on.

Skej’s proprietary system known as ‘the brain’ is based on language models and has the functionality of an intelligent scheduling engine. It operates in different time zones, preferences, and to minimize conflicts.

In the same way, Skej also allows users to have a personal calendar with categories that can be changed according to work life balance. In Canetti’s view, there is room for improvement and, as it is suggested by the name of the system, the future developments such as natural language-based categorization will improve user experience.

However, in a move that is quite anti-intuitive to most people, Skej avoids the concept of creating apps and instead focuses on orientation. From this, Canetti stresses that Skej is designed to integrate with existing workflows, without restriction on the tools most used by patrons.

Supported by pre-seed investors with a diverse portfolio, Skej is ready to proceed to the public beta stage with over 1,000 participants.Skej remains free to use; however, Skej has plans for a paid version in the future based on advancements in functionality and data insights received from users.

Thus, as people all over the globe continue to adopt remote work, Skej sets the tone for a new era of meeting scheduling. As a result of its reliance on the technologies offered by artificial intelligence and an emphasis on the end user, Skej is set to revolutionize the process of efficient and, most importantly, hassle-free organization.

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