Some good reading
The travel industry is slowly recovering from covid-19. can we use chatbots to help it?
Amanda Stevens, Director of Conversation Design at Master of Code Global (MOC), was our special guest on the Conversational Designers and Chatbot Live this month.
Feedback loops are all around us. It is the basic principle of evolution: A change occurs; The environment responds – the result of the change, if any, is positive or negative, which in turn produces another change – a correction – and so on, an endless loop of “getting better”.
The Coronavirus, also known as COVID-19, rattled the world in 2020. Millions of people contracted the virus, hundreds of thousands died over the first months, and while numerous institutes and researchers are putting in their best efforts to find a vaccine or even slow down the virus – Conversational AI
As voice and text-based conversational AI are quickly permeating all kinds of online services and applications, more and more users and deployers of these new technologies are raising the question of privacy, and particularly, GDPR compliance. These concerns are not limited to a scenario of a human having a conversation
Imagine that you had a hobby of playing around with technology in your house, and then you find a way to turn your enthusiasm into
“Life is full of misery, loneliness, and suffering – and it’s all over much too soon.” Woody Allen I started working on AnnA the Companionship
We’re approaching the end of August and the beginning of September – which regularly means one thing: It’s BACK TO SCHOOL time! Well, this year
Sometimes a nice presentation can make up your company stakeholders’ mind, but sometimes you need to go the distance to convince them. Emiel Langeberg, voice