Among the features that distinguish the Apple Watch from Pebble and Samsung’s Galaxy Gear, is its ability to serve as a platform for Siri.
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Because these ongoing commercial conversations take place over time and a multitude of channels, it has become clear that the persistent presence of an Intelligent Assistant is taking on great value.
Opus Research’s Intelligent Assistants Conference brought together industry leaders improving customer experience and self-service efficiency with personal virtual assistants. San Francisco Bay Area’s ABCNews 7 took notice.
While the just-announced Apple Watch features health monitoring, payment processing and other really cool applications, is the shiny new thing just a fashion accessory or highly functional intelligent assistant?
“Hey, Siri” was the top feature promoted by Craig Federighi, senior vice president of Software Engineering, when he introduced iOS 8 at WWDC (Apple’s World Wide Developer Conference).
Debut Conference To Tackle Opportunities for “Siri-like” Intelligent Assistants for Mobile and Enterprise Activities
Intelligent Assistants Conference 2014 will showcase real-world efforts to improve mobile customer experience, self-service efficiency, Web-based chat effectiveness and conversational commerce
As markets mature, incumbents distinguish themselves by capitalizing on long-term branding and R&D investment, while insurgents put pressure on with new features and functions that they hope will gain traction. A flurry of new announcements in the Intelligent Agent domain… Read More ›
Live webcast from Opus Research evaluating companies who’ve taken leadership in defining Intelligent Virtual Assistant for enterprise, customer care and self-service.
Piper Jaffray’s Analyst Gene Munster reportedly issued a research note to clients speculating that Apple will exclude Siri from a forthcoming, low-cost version of the iPhone 5. Upon reflection it is my belief that such a tactic would be a big mistake.
Amazon appears to have bought mobile virtual assistant developer EVI (formerly TrueKnowledge) for $26 million.