TORONTO — You might think you’re building a robot to make your customers happy, but you might be building an AI for your own business.
A startup called Torontoland has developed an automated system that will help you get customers to buy more stuff.
It’s called Torotr, after the English word for “bot,” and it is already being used by other startups around the world.
The company was founded in January by Justin Smith and Rob Soder, both of whom had previously worked at the U.K.’s Baidu, a Chinese search engine that is owned by Google.
Smith said that he wanted to create a system that would help Torontolons customers make more informed decisions, so he and Soder designed the software to be as intelligent as a human, and could answer questions like: What is the most important thing that you need to know about this product or service?
How much does it cost?
How many people does it work for?
What kind of software do I need?
And so on.
Smith and Sogen decided that their system would have to be able to take the time to understand and process complex information, so that it would know how to figure out what the right answers to those questions were.
Their product is called Toro.
It allows customers to search the Web and figure out the best price and price-per-use prices, among other things.
You could, for instance, see how much it would cost to rent an apartment in the same area.
But the main thing is, it wants to understand.
It wants to know what is the best way to spend money.
And the reason that the best thing is best is because it can answer that question.
It has to be really intelligent, and the system has to know all the answers to that question, too.
The company plans to release its first beta software in the second quarter of 2018, and Sodes said that the company is also working on more features and improving the product.
Torotry is already available in Canada and has been in use in Australia, New Zealand, India, Brazil and the United Kingdom.
It is a startup that has a focus on automation and data analytics, and it has developed a product that is so intelligent that it can help businesses understand how their customers interact with products, services and more.
The startup has raised $11.3 million in Series B funding from Sequoia Capital and Sequoias Ventures.
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