Picture the scene. You’re critically ill. The choices you face are all time consuming, physically demanding or worryingly expensive. You’re understandably nervous, but ready to discuss your options with an experienced consultant. Then someone hands you to a computer.
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In case you missed the memo, there is a chatbot revolution waiting in our immediate future that promises to change almost every aspect of our lives. Whether we are attempting to book a major meeting or treating ourselves to a new winter wardrobe, it seems a new generation of virtual friends are already on hand to ensure we get everything we want but not necessarily need.
Intelligent virtual assistants often called chatbots, are becoming essential when it comes to employee or customer experience. Although they have been around for nearly a decade, recent advances in Machine learning (ML) and Natural Language Processing and the abundance of cheap computing in the cloud have brought this technology to the fore.
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As consumers, our expectations have changed dramatically in a very short space of time. We can now watch a TV show or movie regardless of our location by seamlessly drifting from our smartphone, tablet, laptop or even the humble television set. Ultimately we all use different devices. But, we also expect the same experience both online and offline.