This is what an Emt training class might look like.
It’s a combination of a “dinner” class, a class on “how to create a bot,” and a class for building your own bot.
If you’re interested in this sort of thing, Emt might be the perfect tool for you.
The company just raised $3.7 million in Series B funding, but the company isn’t giving a lot of information about its business model.
While the product isn’t new, it’s still new to the bot world.
Emt has built a “personalized bot” that helps people who want to be a bot but don’t have the skills.
Its first product, Empathy, is designed to help people with autism learn how to communicate with other humans and robots, and it has several more.
I’ve heard that Emt is trying to expand its bot line, but I haven’t been able to get in touch with anyone about the company’s plans.
I’m not sure why, as Emt has been around since 2011.
The company’s current focus is to build out its own AI-powered platform, called Empathy Mobile, which could potentially be used for things like advertising, commerce, or other business models.
The first Empathy mobile app will be ready for iOS devices in the fall.
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