The first session at TechCrunch50 today highlighted two companies applying AI-like technologies to collaboration.
Imindi is a -- wait for it -- "thought engine." It's supposed to collect thoughts from people around the Web. At its core it's a mind mapping tool. We've seen dozens of those. Imindi's trick is that its maps can be made public, and if you're working on a map of your own you can find maps related to the topics on yours, and blend the ideas together.
Imindi has conceptual similarities to a wiki, and has a wiki'… Read more