Will AI Alter The Future Of The Poorest Child?


Discover the current use of voice assistants by consumers and the implications and likely changes in the near future.


The Fabric Of The Internet Is About To Change, or so says Dominic Santo, and he might just have a point.

Sancto believes that not only will natural language enable the fourth industrial revolution, it will ultimately take the poorest, uneducated child in the world and change their prospects, forever. It’s a convincing vision. You can read his post here.

He’s not alone in his view of how conversational applications will change our surroundings. Opus Research’s recent report  considered how natural language is taking centre stage as the main interface between businesses and consumers. In addition, Sancto’s own post highlights the turn around by Gartner as to how quickly AI bots will power the majority of customer service interactions.

Gartner now estimates that in just 3 short years, 85% of customer service requests will be handled by bots. If you’re not yet a part of the natural language revolution it’s time to take action. Otherwise you might just find Akash has put you out of business.

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Author:
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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