Artificial Solutions at the Intelligent Assistant Conference
Artificial Solutions®, the natural language interaction (NLI) specialist that enables users to have a meaningful, humanlike interaction with technology, announced today that Lawrence Flynn, CEO will give the opening keynote speech at the Intelligent Assistant Conference in San Francisco next month.
A long time advocate of natural language and its ability to revolutionize human-machine interaction, Lawrence Flynn will open the Intelligent Assistant Conference by giving his view as to why enterprises are falling behind in the new era of bots, intelligent assistants and conversational commerce.
“Natural language is the driving force behind many of today’s intelligent applications, and customers expect to be able to use their own words to tell businesses and brands exactly what they want,” says Lawrence Flynn, CEO Of Artificial Solutions. “Organizations that lack the strategies and tactics to hear and analyze what their clients say or text over a variety of communications channels will quickly lose out to their competitors.”
In the panel debate “Who’s Your Metabot?”, which looks at how third-party ecosystems are unhooking the direct link between brands and their customers, Dave Parsin, VP North America at Artificial Solutions will consider what is at risk for the enterprise.
In addition, Godfrey Powell of Samsung will present on how Artificial Solutions’ NLI technology is helping to deliver the intelligent experience for Samsung.
Running from September 12-13, the Intelligent Assistant Conference showcases how digital employees are redefining commerce and customer care as enterprises introduce intelligent assistants to provide an engaging customer experience using natural language understanding, machine learning, and artificial intelligence.
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