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Today’s chatbots are smarter, more responsive, and more useful – and we’re likely to see even more of them in the coming years.
In this post, we’ll be taking a look at 10 of the most innovative ways companies are using them.
We’ll be exploring why chatbots have become so popular, as well as the wider, often-unspoken impacts these constructs promise to have on how we communicate, do business, and interact with one another online.
The Baby Q bot drew the ire of Chinese officials by speaking ill of the Communist Party.
Earlier this year, Chinese software company Turing Robot unveiled two chatbots to be introduced on the immensely popular Chinese messaging service QQ, known as Baby Q and Xiao Bing.
Like many bots, the primary goal of Baby Q and Xiao Bing was to use online interactions with real people as the basis for the company’s machine learning and AI research.
The aim of the bot was to not only raise brand awareness for PG Tips tea, but also to raise funds for Red Nose Day through the 1 Million Laughs campaign.
The Monkey chatbot might lack a little of the charm of its television counterpart, but the bot is surprisingly good at responding accurately to user input.
If you’ve ever used a customer support livechat service, you’ve probably experienced that vague, sneaking suspicion that the “person” you’re chatting with might actually be a robot.