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The Future of Artificial Intelligence and Chatbots in Business

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By 2020, Gartner estimates that "consumers will manage 85% of their relationships with enterprises without ever interacting with a human." So, the question becomes, who will they interact with? The answer is simple - some type of artificial intelligence (AI). While no one knows for sure how this will impact different businesses, industries, and the economy overall, that certainly hasn't stopped businesses from jumping on the train. According to Narrative Science, 62% of organizations will adopt AI by 2018.


Real News Alert! Artificial Intelligence Is Redefining Marketing

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Digital technologies are at the center of everything. The ability to act smarter and move faster determines whether a business flourishes or flounders. Yet generating greater value for customers while producing new efficiencies for an organization requires more than sophisticated devices, systems, and data frameworks.


How Capital One transformed into a tech and AI company

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From ATMs and mobile wallets to chatbots and robo-advisors, technology relentlessly transforms how we store, transfer, and manage money. Capital One moves at the forefront of this transformation -- one of the largest and among the first banking institutions in the U.S. to make serious investments in digital technology and artificial intelligence.


How Capital One transformed into a tech and AI company

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From ATMs and mobile wallets to chatbots and robo-advisors, technology relentlessly transforms how we store, transfer, and manage money. Capital One moves at the forefront of this transformation -- one of the largest and among the first banking institutions in the U.S. to make serious investments in digital technology and artificial intelligence.


4 Key AI Questions Every Business Leader Must Ask

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Over the next decade, Artificial Intelligence will fundamentally reshape vast swathes of our lives. The world of business is primed for this change in three core areas - to the employment landscape, to employee productivity, and to new customer experiences.


10 reasons why AI-powered automated customer service is the future - IBM Watson

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Automation is everywhere these days enabling users to accomplish a wide range of tasks – from ordering pizza, checking luggage at the airport, booking a hotel room, right through to booking a doctor's appointment. And the customer service industry is no exception.


Chatbot Tracker: Helping Productivity PYMNTS.com

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Chatbots have moved into a unique position over the past few years. Rather than using chatbots to resolve customer service issues solely on company websites or for inside use at organizations, businesses have begun branching out to help optimize both internal and external organizational needs.


GameWorld -- IO

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I had some time to continue my experiments on interactive sound & reinforcement learning. Since pretrained agents are fascinating in terms of behaviour, I am thinking about a strange relationship between these skills and the human player. Competing against these artificial agents directly would be too direct and unfair (they are dumb in the beginning, but they get quicker than humans slowly during the training process), so I decided to build another kind of interaction with them: the user should help one of them achieving its goal, while constantly avoiding the other achieving the same goal.


How Artificial Intelligence enhances education

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In the past years, a collection of hardware, software and online service have managed to bring changes and reforms to classrooms and teaching methods. But the true disruption of education is yet to arrive.


Spotify looks into building its own hardware

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Spotify, the most popular music streaming service, might be getting ready to jump into the hardware game -- if a few job postings are to be believed. The company recently posted a handful of openings that make clear references to designing and selling hardware direct to Spotify users. A posting for a senior hardware product manager says that the eventual hire would work on an initiative to "deliver hardware directly from Spotify to existing and new customers." It also indicates that the hardware would be "a category defining product akin to Pebble Watch, Amazon Echo, and Snap Spectacles."