KUNGFU.AI US-based artificial intelligence services company, and Keller Williams (KW), one of the world’s largest real estate companies by agent count, have announced a partnership to together build a robust new real estate contract-reading skill for Kelle, a proprietary artificial intelligence-based personal assistant for KW agents.
Launched in mid-February 2018, Kelle has more than 97,000 monthly active users and the Kelle mobile app has more than 120,000 downloads, as of August 28.
“Due to size, Keller Williams has access to one of the largest proprietary datasets in the real estate industry, rolled up inside of its Keller Cloud. In the new world of AI, where the importance of data is paramount, they are aggressively taking advantage of their position in the market,” said Ron Green, Chief Technical Officer at kungfu.ai.
“For our first project together, we’re taking a practical approach toward a narrow use case to quickly move the needle and will then look to drive ever greater impact from there,” said Green.
Previously, information embedded inside real estate contracts was deemed unusable.
Exclusively for the use of KW, kungfu.ai has developed state-of-the-art AI capabilities to unlock static contract documents and build data sets, releasing deep and valuable insights for real estate agents.
The new skill is expected to be available for all KW agents in Q4 ‘18.
Kelle is designed specifically for KW agents and requires KW-unique agent credentials to function.