June 6 saw a cascade of very interesting announcements emanating from San Diego, headquarters city for KnuEdge™ Inc., formerly called Intellisis.
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Viv.ai has been one of the Silicon Valley’s best kept open secrets since August 2014, when Wired magazine published an article calling it a “radical AI that does anything you ask.”
Guests of the luxury hotelier Radisson Blu Edwardian have a new way to get fast self-service or assistance from the hotel staff by texting “Edward,” an automated Intelligent Assistant.
ICYMI, the Twittersphere fostered the short, notorious life of the #ConvComm #IntelligentAssistant @TayandYou. Called “Tay” for short, it was launched on March 23rd by the artificial intelligence (AI) experts from Microsoft’s Technology and Research Group and the Bing Search Team…. Read More ›
Aspect software has introduced a new network element, the Continuity Server, to help customers pick up where they left off as they carry out conversations that take place over a time and cross multiple communications channels.
Adtech Global Ignite, based on Verint’s 360 Speech Analytics solutions, enhances value through deep understanding of the customer journey.
This acquisition by West will fit in nicely into their omnichannel outbound strategy focused on the education market.
Why I decided to join Opus Research, a leading market analyst firm in self-service, multimodal customer care, voice biometrics, place-based marketing, and intelligent assistants.
Avaya’s approach to supporting multiple high-speed digital networks to support communications and collaboration at the Olympic Games will have profound implications for supporting multiple, multichannel conversations between companies and their customers.
Avaya is purchasing Israeli enterprise software developer ITNavigator, a go-to-market partner whose software is already in use as Avaya Contact Center Control Manager, for an undisclosed sum.