Last week, WAV Group was given an update from Darr Aley, co-Founder of Aidentified to gain an understanding about the status of big data and mashups. Aidentified’s identity graph combines consumer data and professional date, and adds a relationship mapping cloud along with events.
When real estate first encountered virtual currencies and blockchain, the immediate discussion turned to something like an immutable ledger and the disruption of the title industry - that is not happening anytime soon unless title companies adopt the technology and disrupt themselves. What is happening now - and happening in a big way ($27 Billion) - is virtual real estate in a space called the Metaverse; it is currently in its infancy.
I just saw a demo of something that is affordable but has been proven to drive up site traffic by as much as 20%. And it does not require any site re-design or major overhaul!
The service provided by Aidentified integrates with your CRM and accomplishes three pretty magical feats.
It seems obvious that brokers should be routing leads to agents who know the customer, yet they don’t. Aidentified fixes that, creating a better customer experience and improving lead conversion by simply connecting the customer to an agent who has some sort of known relationship. That’s a game-changer.
Delta Media Group, one of the oldest and most well established broker marketing platform companies in real estate, today revealed their all new DeltaNET 6 platform.
Writers and reporters must write and serve two masters: accuracy and clarity. With emerging technology, the challenge to balance these is often daunting, and success is uneven.
OJO Labs announced today that former Keller Williams CEO Chris Heller and Amazon veteran Karen Starns have joined the Artificial Intelligence leader. OJO Labs is growing rapidly far beyond building a world-class management team, adding tens of thousands of new home shoppers who are using its groundbreaking conversational AI assistant - working in tandem with local real estate agents and brokers - to help find the right home.
Artificial intelligence (AI) may be in the early days of its development, but this brand-new area of technology already promises to transform the way people and machines work together. Divergent AI strategies emerge from two of the largest real estate organizations in America: Keller Williams and Realogy.