Per my previous post on Artificial Intelligence, this topic is nothing less than fascinating!
Oracle has been making strong moves into the world of intelligent chatbots, its impact with consumers, within the enterprise ecosystem and specifically, what it takes to successfully implement them.
Lots of businesses immersed themselves in making chatbots then: customer service bots, support bots, training bots, information bots, porn bots, whatever.
The question is — do people really need that many chatbots in addition to real people?
With chatting being so popular, it’s no surprise that our world is full of chatbots.
Sometimes they are made just to replace real-world company, sometimes they have specific functions.
I know, that's the past, but you can check out the slides posted on Slide Share.
In February of 2013, I wrote a blog post about how to create a virtual agent / intelligent assistant for your business.
At the time, I presented my findings about two virtual agent technology companies that I’d researched: My Cber Twin and Chatbots4
Chatbots are also in great demand on the corporate side: They are workers that you don’t have to treat well; they have no emotions; and they do exactly what they’re programmed to.
Chatbot hype went through the roof when Telegram’s bots platform got a full-scale API.