Intelligent Authentication Conference San Francisco 2016 featured interactive panel discussions and case study presentations from TalkTalk, MasterCard, Nuance, RSA, Symnex, BioTrust and iovation.
The IA Conferences exposed a set of dichotomies, both for core technologies and their capabilities, when deployed for real-world use cases.
Excitement around conversational user interfaces, chatbots and voice assistants to prompt sessions at Intelligent Assistants and Intelligent Authentication Conferences.
Opus Research’s latest voice biometrics census underscores how voice is a ubiquitous, highly personalized authentication factor with the capability to combine command and control with identification and access management.
Intelligent Assistance is about to put an end to the long-standing discussions surrounding the relative merits of “multichannel” versus “omnichannel” marketing and digital commerce strategies.
By enabling hotel guests to use natural language to adjust room controls, peruse entertainment options and order food, Aloft Hotels attempts to attract the “early adopter, hyper-connected global traveler.”
The IA Awards are a fun and enlightening part of the Intelligent Assistants and Intelligent Authentication Conferences (Sept 12-13, San Francisco), with opportunities to learn from company case studies and industry experts.
[UPDATE: Submission Deadline Extended to August 19] The IAAs recognize conversational intelligent assistants for mobile apps, e-commerce, self-service, and messaging-based chatbots that deliver business value and superior customer experience.
Differential privacy allows the collection of massive amounts of data, while protecting the privacy of the individual. As intelligent assistants glean deep learning algorithims, will they also protect privacy of users?