Category Archives: Human-Machine Interaction

Alexa for Insurers

Alexa, Amazon’s virtual assistant that powers Amazon’s Echo, is a tool insurance companies are using to leverage voice recognition and increase their value to their customers. Liberty Mutual offers its customers the option to use Alexa to get an auto … Continue reading

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Dynamic Questionnaires from Sparkling Logic

Sparkling Logic introduces Dynamic Questionnaires (DQs) for web applications that collect information for making near real-time decisions based on user responses and business policies. Learn more about the latest Sparkling Logic’s release and register for the upcoming webinar.

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Google Announced a new Speech Recognizer

Google has announced the rollout of an end-to-end, all-neural, on-device speech recognizer based on the latest machine learning capabilities. “Our new all-neural, on-device Gboard speech recognizer is initially being launched to all Pixel phones in American English only. Given the … Continue reading

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eBay’s Platform is Powered by AI

“Artificial intelligence touches every experience within eBay. It is woven into all aspects of the eBay marketplace, anticipating the needs and wants of buyers and sellers, inspiring shoppers on the hunt for something special, empowering entrepreneurs looking to grow their … Continue reading

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SBVR Specification for the Organ Donation Challenge

Ron Ross submitted Rule Specification for the Organ Donation Challenge that is based on SBVR/RuleSpeak. “The first and foremost concern is the exact business semantics of the problem. The rule specifications presented below address that fundamentally important objective. The RuleSpeak/SBVR … Continue reading

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Bill Gates: a new way to look at Leonardo

  “If you just look carefully, you could really figure the world out” On Dec. 18 Bill Gates wrote: “I’ve been fascinated by the artist and inventor Leonardo da Vinci for decades. He had one of the most innovative minds … Continue reading

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Rule-Based Bots vs AI Bots

According to this article, “Companies like Amazon are dumping AI-powered chatbots in favor of ‘dumb’ bots that make customer service smarter. That’s because rules-based chatbots are cheaper, easy to implement, 99-percent effective, and solve issues fast… Rules-based bots that offer pre-populated … Continue reading

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