Human-Powered ‘Alfred’ Operating System Helps with Daily Tasks

Human-Powered ‘Alfred’ Operating System Helps with Daily Tasks

An automatic to-do service that actually does the job is officially open for business in New York and Boston

Leo Lutero
  • 9 january 2015

There is an abundance of productivity tools in the market today but there is one thing they can’t do – and that is actually do stuff. These tools can help list and organize tasks, but they still count on you to complete them.

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