KonoLabs

KonoLabs

KonoLabs is a company with an artificially intelligent scheduling assistant for enterprises, founded by Jung-hee Ryu, YJ Min and Jaehoon Choi.

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KonoLabs

KonoLabs is a company with an artificially intelligent scheduling assistant for enterprises, founded by Jung-hee Ryu, YJ Min and Jaehoon Choi.

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KonoLabs is a company that has developed an artificially intelligent scheduling assistant for enterprises. The company was founded by Jung-hee Ryu, YJ Min and Jaehoon Choi in 2014, in San Francisco.

The company's machine learning engine provides interfaces that help with communication and scheduling like an email bot, Slack bot, and also a Facebook Messenger bot. KonoLabs did achieve ISO 27001/27018, which is a widely recognized international standard for security control requirements in Information Security Management Systems and personally identifiable information in cloud.

The platform operates through the user typing, or tapping, in "what" or "who" and the software then recommends which places would fit for the occasion and at the most available time. The scheduler uses data such as preferences, locations, traffic, and availability through out the day, and communicates with attendees by email, text, or notifications. The platform is available as a free app.

People

Name
Role
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Jaehoon Choi

CTO

Jung-hee Ryu

Chief Inventor

YJ Min

CEO

Timeline

September 25, 2017

Attended ITU Telecom World 2017 as an Exhibitor

December 5, 2016

Attended TechCrunch Disrupt London 2016 as an Exhibitor

October 27, 2016

Attended TechCrunch Meetup + Pitch-off: Seoul 2016 as an Exhibitor

August 11, 2015

Attended Investor Only - New! 500 Startups' Demo Day + Premoney Preview as an exhibitor

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