Guest Blog: Why Today’s Automobile Industry Looks A Lot Like IBM in 1985

Discover what it means to avoid the “False Choice” Between Linguistic Models and Machine Learning when building a conversational solution.

The Connected Car is already a reality, but is it living up to the hype?  

In this great TechCrunch blog by Tien Tzuo*, he looks at how auto manufacturers are currently squandering the opportunity that in-car connectivity offers to the consumer, leaving them with a standard commodity function, not the differentiating success factor it should be.  The blog ends with a few notable exceptions, highlighting what is already possible; and what the future could (should?) be for the connected driver.

Read the full article here: Why Today’s Automobile Industry Looks A Lot Like IBM in 1985

(*Tien Tzuo is co-founder and CEO of Zuora)

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Andy, who lives with his family in the UK, is Chief Marketing & Strategy Officer at Artificial Solutions. A regular speaker at industry conferences and events, Andy delivers insight on the rise of AI, the challenges businesses face and the future of intelligent conversational applications.

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