The voice-first market has finally taken off and, as a result, voice-powered apps have become hugely popular within the app stores. Google Home and Amazon Echo have accelerated the adoption of voice-powered technology and it is slowly being integrated into our everyday lives.
Voice-powered tech has rapidly evolved in recent years, yet integration with mobile apps is still in its infancy. There are a handful of applications which are ahead of the curve and leading the way for voice-command integrations. We’ve drawn up a list of the five best voice-powered apps available to download now or in the near future…
Whilst chatbots have become hugely beneficial for personalised customer experiences, these digital assistants are also helping businesses build a more productive team and improve internal communications.
Stories from a Millennial on how to keep my generation engaged and productive in a world with ever increasing machine intelligence
The provocative title to this article is a direct quote said, well shouted, at me the best part of a decade ago by an angry chef and the ridiculousness of it has meant it’s still burned into my memory banks to this day.
Artificial Intelligence (AI) is beginning to creep into all aspects of the business world and our daily lives. Whilst many still don’t fully understand how AI technology even works, others are utilising it as potent business tool and driving productivity and efficiency.
AI isn’t just a craze, it’s a modern day technological revolution. If you wish to stay ahead of the curve in the next five to ten years, adopting this tech is crucial for your organisation. And what better way to start than by incorporating chatbots?
Many organisations are beginning to realise the full potential of Artificial Intelligence (AI). Utilising this emerging technology is allowing businesses to save time and money, and for those which have already invested in AI, revenues are expected to rise significantly.
Facebook is launching a virtual assistant that combines Artificial Intelligence (AI) technology with a team of human helpers and it is set to go head to head with the likes of Apple’s Siri, Google Now and Microsoft’s Cortana.
“M” will be accessible via the social network’s Facebook Messenger app and will allow its users to interact with it using messages as if it was one of their many Facebook friends.