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I Spent 24 Hours Looking at Artificial Intelligence in My Everyday Life

These days, everyone has an algorithm. What that really means is everyone’s using AI to monitor all your activity and customize your consumer experience. So when Facebook, Google, Netflix, or your local grocery store talk about their algorithm, they’re really talking about their AI. AI is prevalent in our lives; yet for many, it still seems like a far fetched idea from a movie, set in the distant future. We’re all interacting with artificial intelligence in everyday life.
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Cambridge Analytica, Facebook and Chatbots — Sign of an End or a Start?

*This is an opinion piece and is the view of the author and not necessarily the view expressed by ChatbotsMagazine Cambridge Analytica has put serious threat to Facebook user data Cambridge Analytica, a political data firm hired by President Trump’s 2016 election campaign, gained access to private information on more than 50 million Facebook users. The firm offered tools that could identify the personalities of American voters and influence their behavior.
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Easter Egg Roll Activity

Looking for Easter game and activities? Ok. So this isn’t quite the White House Easter Egg Roll!!! But I promise you, you can have just as much fun as old the folkes at the White House this Easter (if not more fun!! As our Easter Sunday Game is creative and FUN oh and easy too […] The post Easter Egg Roll Activity appeared first on Red Ted Art’s Blog.
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How to Use Chatbots in the Online Trading Industry

How interactive agents with AI capabilities can help brokers to convert, activate and engage traders. Financial companies are known to be mostly conservative, and currently their chatbots tend to offer semi-automated support services and basic information related to the account of the user, such as statements. Brokerage firms move slowly and typically limit their offerings to stock prices or general information about the markets. Despite frequent talk of innovation by participants in the retail finance space, in reality these channels are often explored with precaution.
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Should You Expect Your Marketing Team to Read One Million Customer Reviews?

To be a great marketer, you need to get inside your target audience’s brains. You’ve got to understand what makes them tick, then create value based on those wants and needs. There’s no better way to understand your audience than by analyzing their own words in customer reviews. So you take to the comments section and start reading what they’re saying. You might get 20, 50, or 100 reviews in when you realize that your method isn’t super effective.
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Latest Updates: Snowy Spring Season On All Our Treks.

S pring has arrived in the mountains! Most of our rhododendron treks have come alive with flowering trees in their full glory. The views everywhere have been spectacular. And there’s more. Winter is not ready to leave yet – with frequent snowfalls on most of our treks, our trekkers are having the best of both worlds. Scroll down to see what I mean. But before that, let me tell you, if you want to plan a trek, now is the time to do it.
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How to Teach Your Chatbot With Training Data

The chatbot represents a booming trend in online interaction, helping to provide information quickly to customers, and for users to get straight to the point without the need to hang on to a hold message or scour a FAQ page for information. Robots need to learn before they can talk The Bots They Are A Learning While chatbots maybe a boom area for companies, they don’t just pop into existence fully-formed, although it is possible that people can build a rough example in a few hours.
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Behind the scenes: building a product *different* is hard.

We came up with a vision, giving back 2 hours of your time each day. How? By creating a unique conversational platform that relies only on writing. People thought we were mad. Climbing the Matanuska Glacier, United States — by Robert Baker Approaching a crowded space by building a product far from the market codes is hard. People liked our mission, not the way we wanted to carry it out. I can start with some comments from our earliest days, showcasing our product: “People won’t like it” “it looks too technical” “look at your competitors, they all have a visual editor, there must be a reason” “you should take more time to think this” … Not the kind of comments you are expecting when you think you get a bright idea.
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Bias in AI Increasingly Recognized; Progress Being Made

Bias in AI decision-making and in the algorithms of machine learning, has been outed as a real issue in the march of AI progress. Here is an update on where we are and efforts being made to recognize bias and counteract it, including a discussion of selected AI startups. AI reflects the bias of its creators, notes Will Bryne, CEO of Groundswell in a recent article in Fast Company. Societal bias – the attribution of individuals or groups with distinct traits without any data to back it up – is a stubborn problem.
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Human Back-up Drivers for AI Self-Driving Cars

By Lance Eliot, the AI Trends Insider How would you like to work as a human back-up driver in a state-of-the-art AI self-driving car? Sounds glamorous. You can impress your friends and colleagues by bragging about going around town in the future of automobiles. You are the future. In a sense, you feel like an astronaut that is taking us to new planets and to new horizons. Or, there’s another view.
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