Bots talk a lot, but oftentimes spewing out words is not enough. There's a relationship to build, and build on. With a chatbot revolution is in full swing, we still have much to learn about how to build them trust-able. Read on...
What is practicality? Bots for the same of process automation just don't cut it anymore. Build something practical for the user.
When we chat with the chatbot we release a lot of information and we expect the chatbot to learn and remember it so that we don’t have to repeat it again and again, e.g. What is my name, my age, my birthday and may be what I have done yesterday etc. But it seems that very little chatbot can implement this.
You've been hired... by an automated entity. How long before it fires you? Take a guess.
I saw AI addressing not only experience bit for two critical consumers of recruiting life cycle i.e. Candidates and Brands but also for all key anchors who further completes the life cycle. These achors were Recruiter, Process and Hiring Managers.
An in-depth look at IBM Watson Workspace.
It remains to be seen whether IBM Watson Workspace really has the power to contend with the likes of RingCentral Glip, Avaya Equinox, and ALE Rainbow, but it’s safe to say that the addition of Watson brings an interesting update to the market.
We are drowning in a sea of static social posts. Bring in the bots, and interactivity back to social media.
According to a report, over 100,000 bots are being used on the FB Messenger for a lot of purposes, like recommending products, collecting information, processing order, etc. If your audience is using this messenger, then creating a FB messenger chatbot is the thing for you. You can connect with potential customers, automate customer engagements and interactions, and do several more tasks.
More on building practical, useful and fun bots for everyone.
Customize your buttons depending on the use case; there’s no end to the ways you can design your buttons, but the design should always help the user reach his answer one way or another.