Mem operates as an artificial intelligence (AI) knowledge assistant. The company offers services that use artificial intelligence to organize the team's work, including meeting notes, projects, and knowledge bases, making them searchable and discoverable. It was formerly known as Supernote. It was founded in 2019 and is based in Los Altos, California.
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For people who want a simple and lightweight way to stay organized
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Latest Mem News
Feb 23, 2024
Matt Taylor concerned for state of officiating ahead of second Bristol Rovers match in stands Matt Taylor will be in the stands at the Mem for Saturday's game against Carlisle United as he serves the final match of a two-game touchline ban THE LATEST NEWS ON THE GAS STRAIGHT TO YOUR INBOX Please enter a valid emailSomething went wrong, please try again later. More Newsletters We use your sign-up to provide content in ways you’ve consented to and improve our understanding of you. This may include adverts from us and third parties based on our knowledge of you. More info Thank you for subscribing! Invalid emailSomething went wrong, please try again later. Sign Up × var brandingClass = useCustomForm ? '' : 'publication-theme-button' Matt Taylor has shared his concern over the state of officiating in England throughout the footballing pyramid as the Bristol Rovers manager prepares to sit in the stands for the second and final game of his touchline ban on the back of picking up his sixth yellow card of the season away at Stevenage last week. Taylor admitted after Saturday's 3-1 defeat at Northampton Town that he hadn't been aware that he was on a disciplinary tightrope going into the trip to the Lamex, being aware of three cautions during his time at Rotherham United and one as Rovers manager when celebrating Luke Thomas' 94th minute winner against Portsmouth on Boxing Day. The Gas boss wasn't making any excuses regarding his suspension with Northampton manager Jon Brady also absent from the touchline through a ban of his own but admitted that he is has serious concerns over the quality of officiating and where the future of refereeing lies. Read More Related Articles "It’s been in the back of my mind in terms of that to be honest with you," Taylor admitted when asked about being in the stands again for Saturday's home game against Carlisle United. "The irony is that me and the Northampton manager were both in the stands and we spoke after the game about how disappointed we are with the refereeing situation and that’s not me or him because we were suspended but just a constant lack of quality in that department. "We should have had a stonewall penalty in the first half on Saturday and there were two assessors sat behind me. I turned around and said, ‘did you see that’ and both said without a second thought, no penalty. That doesn’t affect the pitch or the referee but I really worry about who’s making the decisions behind the decisions." While at Rotherham, there was one particular incident where the Millers saw a player incorrectly sent off which led to Taylor kicking a water bottle and being subsequently cautioned. That incident led to PGMOL head Howard Webb apologising to the 42-year-old post-match for the decision to send his player off. "They came in and apologised after one of the earlier games at Rotherham," the Pirates manager added, "and that was on the back of his family being at the game and basically reporting back to him how the referee lost control of the game and cost Rotherham some points on that day. That went further down the line because obviously I lost my job on the back of not getting enough points on the board. "We had the apologies and you can take them but at what stage does a shift towards positivity and a better contribution to the game, all through the levels? "I know Howard Webb in terms of his position. They all constantly say there’s no one going into refereeing and that’s ultimately the crux of the problem in English football. No one starts out wanting to be a referee or it’s not funded or supported in the right way so other governing bodies have got to help in a slightly different way than they are doing at the moment. "It’s becoming a bit boring to be honest with you because every single Premier League game there’s a VAR or refereeing discussion off the back of it. I feel myself talking about it too much. "I’m quite a mild-mannered character on the sideline so for me to get six bookings two thirds of the way through the season is an incredible statement. Kevin Bond said to me the other day that he couldn’t believe I was suspended because he’s seen very little from me to get aggravated about but it’s just so frustrating. It really is and when it’s your job on the line you have to fight for what’s right for your team and that comes out in different ways so I’m sure it will keep happening but they’ve got a big job on their hands." As was the case at Sixfields , Jamie McAllister will be taking charge in the Mem dugout on Saturday with the assistance of Wayne Carlisle, Kevin Bond and the rest of the backroom staff as Rovers look to return to winning ways against League One's bottom-side and worst travellers Carlisle. Bristol Rovers Live on Whatsapp Join Bristol Rovers Live's Whatsapp community for all the biggest Bristol Rovers stories sent straight to your phone Bristol Rovers Live is now on WhatsApp and we want you to join our community. Through the app, we’ll send the Bristol Rovers news, live match coverage, team news, transfers, fixtures, analysis and more straight to your phone. To join our community you need to already have WhatsApp. All you need to do is click this link and select ‘Join Community’. No one will be able to see who is signed up and no one can send messages except the Bristol Live team. We also treat community members to special offers, promotions and adverts from us and our partners. If you don’t like our community, you can check out at any time you like. To leave our community, click on the name at the top of your screen and choose ‘Exit group’. If you’re curious, you can read our Privacy Notice. Assistant manager McAllister has been at the club since late December and knew Taylor from their respective times at Exeter City while also doing their Pro Licence courses together but this is the first time the duo have worked together. As for Carlisle, the former Gas player was assistant to the Pirates manager at Exeter and Rotherham and joined earlier this month as Individual Player Development Coach on a part-time basis. Jamie McAllister joined Bristol Rovers at the end of December (Image: Phil Mingo/PPAUK) Following Taylor's departure from the Millers, Carlisle took caretaker charge of four matches before Leam Richardson's appointment before leaving the Championship club in December but has joined the 42-year-old for the remainder of the season with a possibility of that stay being extended further. On working with McAllister and Carlisle, Taylor stated: "We knew each other from Exeter before but we’ve never worked directly with each other but someone who I’ve known for several years now through the Pro Licence and keeping in contact so it’s important to get him in the building and on the pitch coaching. "It would have been a new experience for him on Saturday. I know Wayno has done that before but it’s so difficult when messages are going from the stands to the touchline and then onto the pitch but it’s all about presence and personality. We need people to stand up and be counted so I’m sure we’ve learnt a bit from last weekend and that will go into this weekend. "Wayne is part-time at the moment so he’s not joined us in a full-time capacity yet but that might come further down the line. He’s in a couple of days a week and then obviously on game day so it’s important that that gets out there because titles are here there and everywhere but they’re all the same. Kevin, Jamie, Wayne are all assistants, coaches, mentors, managers in their own right. The key thing is what they feed into the players. "Things will adjust as time goes on but it’s important to say that Wayne is here in a part-time capacity at the moment." Read More
Mem Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
When was Mem founded?
Mem was founded in 2019.
Where is Mem's headquarters?
Mem's headquarters is located at 27751 Stirrup Way, Los Altos.
What is Mem's latest funding round?
Mem's latest funding round is Series A.
How much did Mem raise?
Mem raised a total of $34.5M.
Who are the investors of Mem?
Investors of Mem include OpenAI Startup Fund, Firestreak, Andreessen Horowitz, Floodgate and Unusual Ventures.
Who are Mem's competitors?
Competitors of Mem include Maya AI, Dashworks, modo, Personal AI, Multiply and 7 more.
What products does Mem offer?
Mem's products include Mem and 3 more.
Who are Mem's customers?
Customers of Mem include Avea and Enveda.
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