One goal of AI work in natural language is to enable communication between people and computers without resorting to memorization of complex commands and procedures. Automatic translation – enabling scientists, business people and just plain folks to interact easily with people around the world – is another goal. Both are just part of the broad field of AI and natural language, along with the cognitive science aspect of using computers to study how humans understand language.
AI and automation are changing the business environment across industries, delivering new opportunities through intelligent, automated solutions. Some companies are ahead of the curve, while others are stagnating in adopting the technology. Operators and enterprises are aware of the benefits of AI and automation, but the questions that always remain are, "What does it bring to my business? How will it solve my problems?" Artificial intelligence (AI) is a constellation of technologies that describes the processes of intelligent automation, like machine learning, natural language processing (NLP), cognitive computing, and deep learning.
From personal assistants to legal counsel on parking fines, artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) have established their potential as disruptive technology that will alter industries. With each passing day, further discoveries enable AI to become more sophisticated and viable in our world. Naturally, like all things digital, AI has had a profound impact on digital marketing as well. From Google's RankBrain search engine algorithm to Amazon's personalized recommendations, it is powering the world's leading organizations and changing the face of the modern digital marketing landscape. Currently, I work as senior vice president of marketing at CUJO AI, an AI-driven network security and intelligence company.
The explosion of emerging technologies such as artificial intelligence (AI) is dramatically changing the way businesses operate today. As businesses collect more and more data, the need for solutions to drive true value from that data grows in importance. AI, in conjunction with big data and analytics, can deliver that baseline value and go beyond traditional solutions to find deeper insights. In India, banks are fast moving in this direction and deploying AI-powered chatbots for their operations to gain better insights into their customers' usage patterns, offer customised products, help in detecting fraudulent transactions and improving operational efficiency amongst others. There is no denying that AI helps banks nurture their relationships through better interactions with their customers however, not without challenges.
Assigning female genders to digital assistants such as Apple's Siri and Amazon's Alexa is helping entrench harmful gender biases, according to a UN agency. Research released by Unesco claims that the often submissive and flirty responses offered by the systems to many queries – including outright abusive ones – reinforce ideas of women as subservient. "Because the speech of most voice assistants is female, it sends a signal that women are obliging, docile and eager-to-please helpers, available at the touch of a button or with a blunt voice command like'hey' or'OK'," the report said. "The assistant holds no power of agency beyond what the commander asks of it. It honours commands and responds to queries regardless of their tone or hostility. In many communities, this reinforces commonly held gender biases that women are subservient and tolerant of poor treatment."
This article is also available in Japanese and Simplified Chinese. Lionbridge AI has assembled a wealth of resources for machine learning and natural language processing activities. In our previous articles, we explained why datasets are such an integral part of machine learning and natural language processing. Without training datasets, machine-learning algorithms would have no way of learning how to do text mining, text classification, or categorize products. This article is the ultimate list of open datasets for machine learning.
If you're in HR, you've undoubtedly heard two buzzwords as much or more than any others in the past few years: AI and employee experience. They're topics we often link to automation -- after all, the employee experience is a lot better when you're freed from tedious, repetitive processes. But AI is actually improving the employee experience in other ways that are often overlooked. We spoke with two leading AI experts about a few ways AI is making the employee experience better than ever. Let's consider employee experience for a moment.
The HR space might seem like an unfitting candidate for implementing chatbots; after all, it is'Human' Resource. But it might come as a surprise that HR chatbots can go on to make the current scenario in Human Resource more human. In this article, I have explained how chatbots will help streamline your HR department. Your HR team is bombarded with emails and phone calls from your employees asking repetitive internal questions. Not only addressing frequently asked internal queries, but manually carrying out processes like assessing employee performance and going through appraisals is time-consuming and exhaustive for the HR team.
Chatterbox is a build-it-yourself, program-it-yourself smart speaker that teaches kids how to program a voice-based AI system. The company is able to ensure complete privacy because it is using Mycroft, an open-source voice assistant that is not always listening, not collecting any data, and not advertising. In addition, the product is fully compliant with the Children's Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA), which is what the Federal Trade Commission uses to regulate governing online services directed at children under 13 years of age. The company announced recently that it would be launching a Kickstarter campaign on April 30th, and will ship to consumers in schools in December 2019, with a suggested retail price of $179. We've honed in on privacy, safety, and accessibility because our mission is to provide the healthiest and safest alternative computing platform for children.
Chatbots are noticeably one of the most popular AI technologies across the world. From simplifying business workflows, enhancing employee and customer experience to reducing costs, chatbots provide numerous benefits for organizations of all sizes. The use cases of chatbots are diverse and vary across departments and industries. Most enterprise leaders are yet to understand and explore the full potential of chatbots.
Artificial Intelligence is a technology solution with the power to change the world. Once the sole property of sci-fi writers and creative minds, artificial intelligence is now an increasingly common part of our professional and personal lives. We make purchases through virtual assistants hooked up to our phones and speakers. Our bots remind us when we have appointments and help us to manage our schedule. In the business world, artificial intelligence even has the potential to take care of mundane tasks on our behalf, freeing up more time for us to be as intuitive and innovative as we like.