Artificial intelligence, or AI for short, has entered many fields, including healthcare, education, manufacture, and even cybersecurity. As one of the most advanced examples of modern technological improvements, artificial intelligence technology has proven to be a valuable asset in battling against cyber criminals.
AI-driven advancements are changing the way organizations conduct business. When it comes to VoIP telephony, AI’s cognitive systems could offer proactive and predictive automation processes to increase efficiency and improve decision-making. Read on to learn how.
Artificial intelligence (AI) is an exciting innovation that’s becoming integral to many businesses. Industry experts are even predicting that by 2020, 85% of the interactions between corporate customer service departments and their clients will use AI. If you’re an e-commerce business owner, you’re in a prime position to become an early adopter.
Alexa’s usefulness goes beyond controlling smart devices in the home, playing music, providing weather forecasts, and receiving calls and messages. Amazon aims to position her as a next-gen AI technology with loads of features for both home and business users.
Automating business processes is a necessity for most organizations. While the human element is still important, automation increases time to market and saves money. And because telecom is an essential part of businesses’ operations, AI developers are introducing advances in VoIP telephony that will take automation to a whole new level.
With the tug-of-war between mammoth social media platforms for daily users, 2018 is poised to become the biggest year for technological advancements in the industry. As social norms related to social media change, here are the top 5 trends we expect to become mainstream this year.
Artificial intelligence (AI, or “machine learning”) has quickly transformed from science fiction to reality, and is currently on track to become an integral part of the corporate business environment. According to experts, by 2020 eighty five percent of all customer interactions with a business will occur via machine learning programs.