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This company sells a chatbot that answers work-related questions. The startup says there is a $22.5 billion market for this type of service.

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A platform for communicating with your doctor and getting answers to your health questions.

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A startup that provides a service where people can ask therapists questions and get an answer within 24 hours

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This startup helps companies get customer support from their existing customers. The company uses their own chatbot to answer customer support questions.

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An AI-powered chatbot that can respond to questions about a person’s current location, and provide more detailed answers as you learn more about their habits.

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An AI chatbot which answers questions on Quora, a question and answer site. It’s still early days for Quora’s bot, which answers around 1,000 questions a day on topics like “How to study” and “How to organize your life”.

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A startup that offers a text-based platform for live chat conversations with the aid of AI. The company is developing a chatbot that can provide personalized answers to questions.

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A startup that looks to make it easier for people to communicate with their doctors. It’s a service for people who want to answer questions about their health without having to make an appointment.

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A startup that provides a service where people can solve their own problems by posting their questions on your site and professionals can answer them (like a Quora)

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A startup that helps people answer “yes” to the question “Can you help me move on Saturday”

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 A company that helps you get answers to your problems faster by scheduling a one-on-one chat with an expert.

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A chatbot that answers questions and handles customer service calls, using language processing to help users avoid common mistakes.

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A platform for telemedicine with video conferencing and a “virtual doctor” that makes appointments and answers questions

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A question-and-answer startup where users can ask questions of and then be answered by people all over the world.

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A platform that answers the question of how to ensure that your employees can always access the files and tools that they need to be creative and productive.

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An AI-powered robot that can answer questions and track trends for business owners. The robot can capture data and use it to make decisions, and can work alongside human employees.

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A company that helps users make a $3 monthly subscription payment for a brand new virtual assistant (such as Siri or Alexa) that answer your questions.

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A platform where people can ask questions to experts, and get answers and advice. The idea is that millions of people can use it to get help with anything from career advice to questions about their own health.

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A suburban hacker space, the Haus will provide low-cost hack and maker spaces for people to build “things”. The business, which is also an answer to the trend of “maker spaces” in cities like San Francisco and New York, is built around a single shared space, where members can come to build and learn.

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A San Francisco-based startup that’s helping teams communicate by answering questions and getting help from a system that understands what each person is working on.

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A virtual assistant that can respond to people in over 70 languages, and who can also be integrated into the Amazon Echo and Google Home products. The team is also developing a smart speaker that can take in natural language input and respond with a preset answer.

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A startup that aims to help college students get answers to their questions about their health. There are an estimated 1.5 million students with health questions and a very limited number of resources to direct them to.

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A virtual assistant that lets you ask your phone questions and get answers without having to look at the phone or type on the keyboard.

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A new kind of restaurant reservation platform that works across telephone, mobile, and web. The company says it’s building a “digital concierge” that can quickly answer questions on the fly and will be available in 6 languages.

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A new startup from Google Ventures, this is their answer to the question, “How can we build a more customer-centric experience for the customer”. They want to be the company that builds out the digital interface for the customer, and bring it to billions of customers.

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A team of data-driven analysts that helps colleges and universities answer difficult questions about their data.

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A chatbot that integrates with your email and helps you manage your inbox. The chatbot is designed to be able to answer questions about email and work.

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A startup that makes it easy for non-programmers to spread their own ideas together with others in real time. The company has been building a community of online users to ask and answer questions in a Q&A format.

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A startup that rewards employees for being more productive. Employees can earn points by completing tasks like answering customer service calls or helping with marketing, which they can then redeem for rewards or cash.

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A new kind of search engine that uses AI to give answers to questions. It also works with an app on your phone to let you get answers without having to search for them.

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An AI-powered AI assistant, Pexel is building a bot that will handle tasks like making phone calls, scheduling appointments, and even answering questions.

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This is a SaaS application with a question and answer format that allows people to talk about ideas and their progress. The startup wants to build out a content management platform to help people publish their work.

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A chatbot that can answer questions about social security benefits. The startup is building a chatbot that is programmed to answer questions about social security benefits, creating a conversational interface between government and citizens.

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A chatbot that answers your questions about finding a new job

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A virtual assistant app that listens to users’ conversations and suggests answers to their questions.

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A startup that helps clients hire talented developers with a team of coders that can help answer questions.

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A tool that helps businesses identify potential employees by answering the question, “What’s the guy or gal who would be a great addition to our team”.

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A health insurance company that helps you fill out your health insurance application with your answers on a mobile app.

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A social network for restaurants, startups and developers. It’s a platform where restaurants can find users to fix their tables, answer the phone, and do general upkeep.

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A mobile app that connects you with a virtual assistant who can answer your questions.

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A Chinese startup that wants to help people learn English faster and easier. The startup writes questions and answers on cards and puts them on a string, which people can play around with. And their idea is proving popular in China, with a million cards sold in three months.

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People are tired of waiting on hold for customer service, so they’re putting their calls into a queue to be answered and retrieved. The startup is aiming to be the de facto customer service app for the next generation of companies, and says it’s already working with several major companies in the space.

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The idea is a really simple one — it’s like a smart pen to help you remember the answers to your phone-based quizzes and tests. The pen has a button that acts as a button to the app, and the app has a button that acts as a button to the pen. The pen vibrates when the app thinks you have answered the question wrong, and the app vibrates when you get the question right.

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A standalone browser that integrates with the Slack team chat app. It allows users to create polls, polls that can be used in other Slack channels, and even polls that can be customized to display a specific emoji when they’re answered.

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A platform where users can earn cryptocurrency for taking surveys, answering questions, and posting content. The Maven team says they’re already making $200+ per month on the platform.

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A startup that is building a digital assistant meant to help employees. The tool is designed to help employees collaborate as a team, and allows workers to have their own virtual assistants that can answer questions, plan a day’s work, and more.

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The answer is not entirely clear. Startups that are working to solve a business problem have the least success of any type of startup.

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This startup is building a chatbot that lets people ask questions and get answers from doctors over the phone.

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A video-based learning platform where students can ask questions to their teachers, while the teachers’ answers are displayed as video lessons.

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 An HR startup that helps companies hire and manage software engineers. They focus on a unique interview process of tracking answers and listening to the answers and use machine learning to sort candidates, give feedback, and determine how to move forward.

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A notification app for your phone that gives you a couple of seconds to not answer calls and texts while it pulls up the phone's number details.

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A social network where users can ask and answer questions about various topics like dating, fashion, and fitness.

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A chatbot that helps people get answers to their legal questions. Already live in one state and one county in the US.

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A platform that allows clients to have their attorneys communicate with their doctors to get answers to medical questions.

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(BETA) A social network, which takes the form of a game, where users can win rewards for answering questions.

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This startup helps companies by helping them automate the tedious processes in their call center. The company helps companies “automate the pain” by making it easier for workers to handle certain tasks in the call center, such as making customer greetings, answering simple questions, and transferring a call to another agent.

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A chatbot designed to answer all of your questions about how to reduce your carbon footprint, which they want to do by partnering with your utility company.

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A company that wants to help companies take “long-form” questions, like “What should I do next” and “How do I get started”, and turn them into short, digestible answers.

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This startup is building a tool for talent acquisition. Instead of being on the phone with call centers, an employee can upload their resume, answer a few questions, and be matched with a hiring manager.

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This is a software platform that allows call center workers to find out which of their client’s questions are likely to be answered by a computer and which ones need a human operator.

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A search engine that aims to provide a direct answer to the question “What is the best restaurant in this city”

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A way for hospitality workers to help customers by answering questions about local attractions, food recommendations and more.

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This startup is building a software platform for companies to manage customer support in their apps, helping them to answer incoming support requests, negotiate with agents to resolve problems in real-time, and chat with customers.

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Idea: A tool to let people vote on questions they want answered and then pay to have the question answered

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Idea: A Chatbot for Lawyers that uses natural language processing to understand human input and produce relevant answers

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Idea: A startup that helps keep track of customer service tickets by connecting the person who answers the phone to the person who originally took the call.

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Idea: A startup that is building a mobile application where you can earn money by downloading apps, watching short videos, and answering surveys.

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Idea: A software that answers the question, “What’s going on in my business” by building a dashboard for business owners to see the inner workings of their business.

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Idea: This startup is building a tool for people looking to understand their own credit and financial health. The app answers questions like “How much money do I need to retire” and helps them make projections for future expenses.

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