Tuesday, 24 November 2015

Customer service: AI's next frontier

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AI's largest-scale innovations aren't happening in cars or robots but in customer service

Self-driving cars and robots are dominating the conversation around AI. But the less-sexy, behind-the-scenes AI in customer service is where we should look for clues about the future of automation.

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