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AI & Ticket Next Best Action: Featuring Intelygenz

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Sign in to report inappropriate content. In this engaging one-on-one chat, MetTel's CTO, Ed Fox, and Chris Brown, COO of Intelygenz, discuss how Artificial Intelligence is not only changing the way businesses operate but also enabling innovative solutions like Ticket Next Best Action solution, which uses AI to achieve zero human touch ticket resolution.


13 Mind-Blowing Things Artificial Intelligence Can Already Do Today

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By now, most of us are aware of artificial intelligence (AI) being an increasingly present part of our everyday lives. But, many of us would be quite surprised to learn of some of the skills AI already knows how to do. Here are 13 mind-blowing skills artificial intelligence can already do today. Is one of your wishes to save time by only having to pay attention to the salient points of communication? Your wish has come true with artificial intelligence-powered SummarizeBot.


Rubedo

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Rubedo is a dual-purpose game that allows investigating text prediction capabilities while entertaining the player. The human player reads a short story while gradually trying to guess the characters that compose it at the writing level. In the meanwhile, an AI system plays the same game, and as it keeps guessing the letters, it unveils the complete text. Who will be the winner between humans and machines? And most of all, is it possible to compare the strategies of human beings with those implemented by artificially intelligent systems?


Michael Kearns: Algorithmic Fairness, Privacy, and Ethics in Machine Learning AI Podcast

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Michael Kearns is a professor at University of Pennsylvania and a co-author of the new book Ethical Algorithm that is the focus of much of our conversation, including algorithmic fairness, privacy, and ethics in general. But, that is just one of many fields that Michael is a world-class researcher in, some of which we touch on quickly including learning theory or theoretical foundations of machine learning, game theory, algorithmic trading, quantitative finance, computational social science, and more. This conversation is part of the Artificial Intelligence podcast. This episode is sponsored by Pessimists Archive podcast: https://pessimists.co/ OUTLINE: 0:00 - Introduction 2:45 - Influence from literature and journalism 7:39 - Are most people good?


How to Increase Revenue in a Hotel - Enjovia

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Running a hotel is demanding, the challenging day-to-day operations can divert your attention away from the bigger picture. That's why in this post we have listed pro-active strategies to implement in your hotel, that will have big results in increasing your revenue. So, without further ado let's dive straight in. Sustainability has emerged as one of the biggest hotel trends back in 2018, and it's gaining traction. Consumers are not only making'greener' choices with the brands they associate themselves with, but it even stretches to their experiences with companies.


r/MachineLearning - [D] AI to monitor network

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I have monitoring system watching for bandwidth, connections and connections rates from multiple firewalls, which is stream of counters with interval 5 min. My current system create baseline from data for last 4 weeks and compare current value with baseline. It is ok but it either give me lots of false alerts or too slow to react without additional triggers. Is there anything better available today? Some system I can feed data in that will learn patterns and identify outages in real time.


Faking It and Making It: Behind the Rise of Synthetic Influencers

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Say what you will about Kim Kardashian--at least she's a human. The next generation of the famous-for-being-famous are being engineered from scratch. They're synthetic stars--algorithmically generated characters who have millions of Instagram followers, show up in glossy magazines, and have songs on Spotify. She models for the likes of Prada and Calvin Klein, her first single came out last year, and she has sponsorship deals with companies like Samsung. Among her pals: Bermuda, a rule-breaking bad girl who models and touts brands, and Blawko, an L.A.-based Gen-Zer who likes fast cars and Absolut vodka, and who is never seen without his trademark scarf covering his nose and mouth.


Artificial Intelligence in Marketing Market with Future Prospects, Key Player SWOT Analysis and Forecast To 2024

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The Global Artificial Intelligence in Marketing Market Outlook Report is a comprehensive study of the Artificial Intelligence in Marketing industry and its future prospects.. A comprehensive research report created through extensive primary research (inputs from industry experts, companies, stakeholders) and secondary research, the report aims to present the analysis of Artificial Intelligence in Marketing Market. Artificial Intelligence in Marketing market size will grow from USD 4.99 Billion in 2017 to USD 23.41 Billion by 2023, at an estimated CAGR of 29.38%. The base year considered for the study is 2017, and the market size is projected from 2018 to 2023. Growth in the adoption of customer-centric marketing strategies, increase in demand for virtual assistants, and increased use of social media for advertising are the major factors driving the demand for AI-based marketing and sales solutions.


Facebook Dating will let you share everyday moments with short-lived Stories

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Facebook Dating will let you add Stories from your Facebook and Instagram accounts. Facebook's online dating service will let you add ephemeral photos and videos from the social network and Instagram, a feature that could help set the company's service apart from Tinder, Hinge and other competitors. The introduction of short-lived content into its dating service illustrates how Facebook continues to bet on online dating, an already crowded market, even as it faces privacy concerns. Facebook Dating, a feature in the main social network, is currently available in 20 countries including the US, Mexico, Thailand, Vietnam and Canada. When Facebook introduced its dating service, some users told CNET they thought the feature was too similar to other dating apps.