Claire is artificially intelligent. “In fact, the middle two letters of her name are ‘AI’,” noted 30SecondsToFly CEO Felicia Schneiderhan. The company’s technology, called Claire, fills a gap in the business travel market, where employees either make thei
The development of new technologies always has posed something of a challenge to midmarket and smaller travel programs. New technology often offers the promise of lower costs and greater control of or visibility into traveler behavior. These are real bene
Travelling for business may sound glamorous, but it can actually be pretty stressful. Booking tickets and hotels, co-ordinating journey times, coping with queues and scrums for taxis, can all leave you frazzled before you've even entered the room to make
The startup 30SecondsToFly, based in New York City and Bangkok, is aiming to use artificial intelligence and natural language processing to automate and improve the travel processes currently performed by corporate travel agents.
Cockpit Innovation, the venture arm of EL AL Israel Airlines, and JetBlue Technology Ventures have selected five startups that will take part in the first cycle of their international accelerator program for technologies in the air travel industry. The fi