Effective communication is critical for any business, both externally with customers and internally with your employees. Your communication is only effective as the mechanisms you choose to help you connect with all your stakeholders. That's why it makes sense for your company to use chatbots for business and communications solutions you may need.
When we think about AI, we usually think "disruptive," "cutting-edge," or "futuristic." But, AI isn't on the edge of adoption; it's already worming its way into businesses around the world. Here's the thing about artificial intelligence. It's not going to drip into the workplace for long. Before you know it, the pipe will burst, and AI will radically reshape the workplace and the ways that we do business.
Topics: Future of Work
We recently held an in-depth focus group with some of the top-performing real estate agents and brokers in the St. Louis area. Some were independent, others were part of a firm. One of our group actually sits on the board of the local MLS.
In a previous blog post, I described how advances in machine learning techniques are driving natural language processing forward at incredible speeds. Today, I’ll talk through the details of some of the most important of these innovations and how we think about applying them at Jane.ai in our conversational AI platform for the enterprise.
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The recruiting industry is no stranger to artificial intelligence. In fact, in some ways, it's abound with it.
Big things are shaking at the intersection of natural language processing and machine learning.
Modern machine learning techniques have captured the public’s imagination by making huge strides in the computer vision field. Vision tasks like facial recognition, medical imaging diagnosis, and self-driving vehicles have all been brought into the mainstream in the last few years.
It’s in our phones, it’s in our cars, it’s in our Netflix account: artificial intelligence. And it’s not stopping there. AI has also begun to work its way into higher education.
There's no shortage of speculation on how artificial intelligence will impact how we teach and how we learn. What's certain is that in due time, the whole of education is sure to be disrupted by and benefit from AI.
It's understandable to assume that such a lofty technology as artificial intelligence is reserved for the major banking and financial institutions. After all, only the big players have the bottomless budgets, the teams of engineers, the robust R&D departments that an AI solution requires, right?