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What is a Chatbot and how can it Change your Business?

What is a chatbot and how can it change your business?

It’s doubt­ful that many (if any) of our read­ers are con­tem­plat­ing or pur­su­ing a career in low-lev­­el cus­tomer ser­vice, such as tak­ing orders at a fast food restau­rant or work­ing at a call cen­ter answer­ing the most mun­dane ques­tions that con­sumers can think of. If I’m wrong and that’s exact­ly the career path you’ve cho­sen, I apol­o­gize for mak­ing assump­tions. But I also have bad news for you — those jobs won’t be done by humans much longer, Chat­bot is the new king, so you might want to rethink your strat­e­gy. Arti­fi­cial Intel­li­gence, that pie-in-the-sky dream that start­ed with Alan Tur­ing years ago, best imag­ined in ideas like the com­put­er on the Enter­prise in Star Trek or the fright­en­ing HAL of 2001: A Space Odyssey, is almost here. And by almost here, I mean it’s just down the block, already turn­ing down the radio and slow­ing it’s speed to turn into your dri­ve­way. Like, real­ly close. But if you instant­ly think of Big Blue play­ing chess, you still don’t real­ize how much AI has creeped into our world. You’ve actu­al­ly prob­a­bly been using an ear­ly ver­sion for a few years now. That is, if you have a smart­phone. Which I’m assum­ing you…

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Customizable Digital Advertising Displays that look Great on your Feet.

Customizable Digital Advertising displays that look great on your feet.

So have you read Medi­a­Jobs most recent arti­cle from Roy Weiss­man about skip­ping on try­ing to make mon­ey on the ads and just going straight to sell­ing prod­ucts?  What would you say if the prod­uct being sold WAS the dig­i­tal adver­tis­ing out­let? Late­ly we’ve been going in-depth on the wear­able tech­nol­o­gy front like the LED fab­rics we cov­ered and most of us have already become aware of the strides that have been made with flex­i­ble elec­tron­ics, so check this out. Present­ly a com­pa­ny called ShiftWear is work­ing hard seek­ing fund­ing for their mirac­u­lous prod­uct on Indiegogo. The prod­uct being pro­mot­ed is a pro­to­type pair of shoes that have screens incor­po­rat­ed into them. The screens are made from flex­i­ble E‑Ink col­or dis­plays, a type of super-thin dig­i­tal screen that mim­ics the appear­ance of paper. Dig­i­tal shoes, well, what are the impli­ca­tions for adver­tis­ers? On the screens you can dis­play two types of images, sta­t­ic or mov­ing, and the image pre­sent­ed can be cus­tomized and select­ed by Blue­tooth com­mu­ni­ca­tion (jobs for Blue­tooth com­mu­ni­ca­tion) via a smart­phone app or tablet. You could even dis­play pho­tographs. The idea is to let users browse, down­load, and pro­gram designs for the shoes. Art can be cre­at­ed…

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What should A.I. Developers and Marketers know about the Autonomous Car revolution

What should A.I. Developers and Marketers know about the Autonomous Car revolution

Your auto­mo­bile will soon be the ulti­mate media immer­sion tool, watch Net­flix (jobs at Net­flix), YouTube, Play VR base­ball against your friend in anoth­er autonomous car. Yeah so what if that was sup­posed to be Sci­ence Fic­tion stuff, it is here now, accept it! Could you imag­ine plan­ning an even longer com­mute to get more work done while in your car away from the hus­band and kids. Jason Har­ri­son, glob­al CEO of Gain The­o­ry says “Cars are essen­tial­ly becom­ing the next must-have mobile device.” Price­wa­ter­house­C­oop­ers projects that spend­ing in the autonomous-car indus­try will bal­loon to $43.2 bil­lion glob­al­ly by 2021. Elec­tric Car man­u­fac­tur­er Tes­la (jobs at Tes­la) is adding 1,600 employ­ees to fast-track its autonomous dri­ving efforts. Ford just made a deal with Google to col­lab­o­rate on the automak­er’s autonomous ambi­tions. Gen­er­al Motors revealed it is invest­ing $500 mil­lion in the car-ser­vice app Lyft in order to beat its com­peti­tors to the self-dri­v­ing future. Mer­cedes-Benz joined with con­nec­t­ed-home play­er Nest to cre­ate ETA, a tool that enables a car approach­ing one’s house to send a sig­nal to adjust the ther­mo­stat ahead of time. “Rather than open­ing up an own­er’s man­u­al that’s 500–600 pages long, you watch a lit­tle bit of the video, put…

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E‑Payments in Cars with “Selfies” Facial Recognition and Fingerprints, Oh Boy!

E-Payments in Cars with Selfies and fingerprints, Oh Boy!

The sad truth is we cur­rent­ly live in a world where every­one wants to get paid, and fast; so Fresh­books, Visa and Mas­ter­card are work­ing towards mak­ing E‑payments occur as fast as human­ly pos­si­ble.  So how are all these quick trans­ac­tions of cur­ren­cy going to hap­pen?  Let’s first take a look at what Fresh­books is up to.  Found­ed in Toron­to back in 2003 as a cloud based accoun­tan­cy soft­ware, they’ve moved into the cred­it card read­er busi­ness to accept cards through a smart­phone.  They announced it back in Decem­ber and have test­ed it with invite only cus­tomers for a lim­it­ed time.  Their $29 read­er is a direct com­peti­tor for Jack Dorsey’s Square which went pub­lic 3 months ago. The read­er unit that plugs direct­ly into an iPhone’s audio jack and is designed to help free­lancers and small-busi­­ness own­ers go “cash-free” by accept­ing most com­mon bank pay­ment cards.  How­ev­er, the card read­er inte­grates with Fresh­Books broad­er soft­ware offer­ing, mean­ing that mer­chants’ invoic­es and finan­cial reports will be synced in real time when each pay­ment is processed.  In addi­tion to the $29, mer­chants will be charged 2.7 per­cent + $0.30 for each Visa and Mas­ter­Card trans­ac­tion, and 3.4 per­cent + $0.30 for Amer­i­can…

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Diffbot — Machine learning is the new Big Data and Giving it away might be a Money Maker.

Machine learning is the new Big Data and Giving it away might be a Money Maker.

“Everything’s becom­ing intel­li­gent, but the lim­it­ing fac­tor of intel­li­gence is access to struc­tured data,” Tung says. Diff­bot, an arti­fi­cial intel­li­gence com­pa­ny that helps clients extract and com­bine data from mul­ti­ple Web sources wants to scrape all the data on the web (all of it) to put it into a struc­tured for­mat. Mak­ing it use­ful for all sorts of busi­ness pur­pos­es and make mon­ey doing so.  The com­pa­ny says its tech­nol­o­gy “uses com­put­er vision and NLP algo­rithms to extract and struc­ture any web page into the world’s largest struc­tured data­base… with no human cura­tion or over­sight.” Found­ed in 2009 The Palo Alto, CA-based start­up announced today it raised $10 mil­lion from investors to expand its “knowl­­edge-as-a-ser­vice” offer­ings to busi­ness­es and con­sumer apps.  They have raised close to $13 mil­lion since its seed round in 2012.  Diffbot’s plan is to cat­a­log tril­lions of facts across the Web—many of them drawn from page ele­ments such as com­ment forums, which can’t be mined by tra­di­tion­al search engines. Web-min­ing can be a com­pet­i­tive advan­tage for apps as well as the pro­lif­er­at­ing devices of the Inter­net of Things, Tung says. The start­up says it has made a sig­nif­i­cant start on that goal, hav­ing indexed 1.2 bil­lion…

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