We have extensive experience in building accessible and powerful productivity tools. Our expertise stems from developing Rock, a collaboration platform that facilitates cross-organizational and distributed work, and before that working on Google Maps, Android, and Uber.
We are now applying these learnings to create an AI-powered helper that seamlessly integrates into your daily work life, gradually taking over mundane and tedious tasks over time.
Today we’re offering everyone an early glimpse of Bash, but are hard at work adding audio transcription, support for other types of structured & unstructured data, as well as a mobile app.
We encourage you to give it a try and provide us with your feedback. If you’re curious about what Bash can do, check out the “Getting Started” topic and once signed in, simply ask Bash how it can help you.
Don’t miss the boat on AI: become more productive, and let Bash help you do exceptional work.
If you’re average you can become exceptional, and if you’re already exceptional you will need AI just to stay ahead.
AI will change how we work in the same way the personal computer, the internet, and the mobile phone have done this before. It has the potential to assist with mundane knowledge-based tasks, similar to how calculators have simplified mundane math tasks.
Consultants from Boston Consulting Group who used ChatGPT saw a significant increase in task completion, finishing tasks 25.1% faster, while producing 40% higher quality results. Interestingly, lower-performing consultants saw a remarkable 43% boost in performance when they started using AI.
“AI Won’t Replace Humans — But Humans With AI Will Replace Humans Without AI” - Karim Lakhani
If you want to stay competitive in today’s work environment you need to embrace AI to level up your work. It’s straightforward: if you’re an average performer you can become exceptional, if you’re already exceptional you will need AI to stay ahead. However, the adoption of AI is still relatively low, with only 18% of American adults and 2% of internet users having tried ChatGPT for work purposes.
Most knowledge-based jobs involve extensive reading, information collection, writing, and data processing before transforming it into something meaningful. AI is ideally suited to help with all of this. AI is becoming an essential skill for work, and not knowing how to use it will soon set you back as much as not being able to type or use the internet.
This is where Bash comes in.
Our mission: Enable anyone to do exceptional work faster
Bash is an AI-powered helper that works on the content you provide, saving you time analyzing, writing, and sharing. Unlike ChatGPT or Bard, Bash’s responses are all based on your articles, documents, and notes, ensuring greater accuracy and reducing hallucinations and generation of incorrect information.
So, what exactly does Bash do?
Understand things quickly - Summarize, ask questions and brainstorm with Bash based on your files, articles, and sources.
Organize and share your knowledge - Collect and group sources into a topic and share with others.
Write better, faster - Draft meeting minutes, lesson plans, blog posts, and more with over 50 built-in templates.
Similar to how Grammarly has empowered individuals to improve their grammar and spelling, Bash simplifies tedious knowledge-related tasks for a wide range of people.
Whether you’re a marketing manager, teacher, student, sales, recruiter you can use Bash to do exceptional work.
Americans' attitudes towards ChatGPT and its impact on their jobs are explored in a new survey by the Pew Research Center. While tech experts see it as part of a "robot revolution," most Americans haven't used ChatGPT and don't believe it will have a major impact on their work. Only a small percentage believe chatbots would be helpful for their own job. The survey also reveals that younger adults and those with higher levels of education are more likely to have used ChatGPT. The study further examines which industries Americans think will be most affected by chatbots, and their views on government regulation of AI. Key takeaways from the survey include the low adoption rate of ChatGPT among Americans, skepticism about its impact on jobs, and demographic differences in usage and perceptions of chatbots.