A digital humanoid is a computer-generated representation of a human-like figure that is designed to interact with people in a way that is similar to how a real human would. Digital humanoids can be created using a variety of technologies, such as computer graphics, robotics, and artificial intelligence. They are often used for entertainment purposes, such as in video games or movies, but they can also be used in other applications, such as virtual assistants or customer service representatives. Some digital humanoids are designed to be highly realistic, while others may have more stylized or exaggerated features.
Some synonyms for a digital humanoid could include:
With Stork, your product management team can streamline research and planning, create a product roadmap, develop an effective marketing strategy, and get it on the market faster.
They can save time and effort, ensure that everyone is working toward a common goal, collaborate more effectively, deliver better results, and expedite product development with real-time communication and feedback.
Developers can use Stork to document and share knowledge, improve communication and collaboration through asynchronous screen recordings and videos.
They can share documentation and code files in channels and conduct code reviews in private channels that can be ideal for future training purposes.
They can also create code repositories with all the commands and workflows for debugging errors, thus helping teammates, support agents, and users resolve issues.
Stork can help marketing teams collaborate seamlessly through video and voice messaging. They can share voice and video notes, screen recordings, marketing videos, and podcasts with team members to keep everyone aligned and accelerate collaboration.
They can share them with freelancers as well, using separate channels where they can assign and review their work.
Stork can help your sales team perform better and turn more prospects into customers. They can make sales meetings more efficient and effective and leverage engagement monitoring to become more proactive and keep enhancing their efforts.
Calls, chats, and public and private channels enable your remote or hybrid teammates to communicate and collaborate seamlessly. Thanks to recorded conversations, meetings, and conferences, not to mention file-sharing, missed meetings have become a thing of the past.
Stork is all about supercharging team sales performance. It helps sales teams access training videos and other files anytime, as everything is stored within channels. They can play sales meeting recordings to see if their delivery was on point or there might be some room for improvement.
Stork provides engagement data to help sales teams improve their efforts continuously. They can see when a prospect watched a video, how much time they spent watching or skimming through it, and if they shared it with friends.
Video views and reactions trigger an instant notification so sales reps can follow up with prospects at the right time.
Sales teams use Stork to collaborate remotely and communicate efficiently with teammates and prospects. They can share onboarding and training videos, manage the sales cycle, and forget about missed meetings.
All voice calls, screen recordings, video notes, presentations, conferences, and sales meetings are recorded and transcribed so they can play them back anytime, choosing to read or listen.
Thanks to engaging voice, screen, and video recordings that deliver real value, sales teams can provide a seamless and personal sales experience.
Channels can be open to all team members or, if you need a more select audience, they can be private. Public channels are visible and accessible to your entire team.
Public channel can be converted into a private channel but a private channel cannot ever be converted into a public channel.
Private channels create focused spaces based on a specific topic or a department within your team. These are need to know channels accessible and visible only to a group of people that is a subset of your team. Only members of a private channel can see the channel itself and its content. New members need to be invited by one of the existing members of a private channel to participate in a channel activity.
For example, a private channel would be setup if a subset of people on your team want to discuss sensitive topics such as budget, human resources, strategic direction, etc. All conversations, texts, media, recordings based on voice and video conferences are kept within a private channel.