A notable Dallas entrepreneur has been named one of 10 rising tech stars among the nation’s “Young Influentials” by the publication Adweek.
Ben Lamm, co-founder and CEO of Conversable, was included in the group that Adweek said, is “shaking up the tech world” in media, brands, and marketing.
“I always say that AI isn’t magic, it’s just work.”
Lamm, 35, who lives and works in Dallas, heads the company that also has a co-headquarters office in Austin.
Conversable is an AI-driven conversational platform that utilizes bots to help companies deliver on-demand content, information, and ordering to customers through Facebook Messenger, Twitter, and other platforms, making social media “a new call center.”
“I always say that AI isn’t magic, it’s just work,” Lamm told Adweek. “It’s about evaluating, choosing, and strategically implementing these technologies in a way that makes sense for your business and marketing goals.”
A serial entrepreneur, Lamm sold his previous company, Chaotic Moon, to Accenture in 2015. He also was co-founder and partner at the game developer Team Chaos, which was acquired by Zynga in 2016.
“I’ve always been an entrepreneur and I’ve always started companies. I’ve only had one corporate job in my life, at Accenture. There’s not really been one moment, it’s just what I’ve always done,” Lamm told Dallas Innovates earlier this year.
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