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By lavinaagarwal |Email | May 1, 2018 | 9765 Views

Conversational AI and chatbots are often mentioned as today and tomorrow in the tech circles. For businesses, the efficiency and cost savings derived from the chatbot s interacting with customers is attractive. As a result, more and more businesses include a chatbot with their web site in the recent years. However, deficient in natural language processing backing, most of those chatbots only accept clicks or match answers by keyword, resulting in poor performance.

As for the chatbots powered by AI, their carrying into action is decided by not only the algorithm but also the volume of cognition they possess, i.e. the data or depicted object on the subject they work with. Like all other AI coating, the more data a chatbot has, the better it may perform

Today cryptography and scripting is no longer a necessity for creating a chatbot because of the emerging of a number of conversational. It still requires considerable Endeavour and resources to manually prepare business particular data, the knowledge that AI can understand. The turnabout for preparing such data ranges from one calendar month to half a year. The costs often go beyond the budget of small businesses and many projects fail because insufficient data leading to poor operation â?? the chatbots can answer only 20% or less of interrogative â?? and consequently poor user experience.

On this basis, it builds an AI brain for the chatbot, which is then ready to work as a virtual agent on the website. Currently, Aco can finish a chatbot for a website of 1,000 pages in 10 to 20 minutes, depending on the website speed and the page sizes. For smaller websites that contain no more than 100 web pages, Aco delivers a chatbot in just a few seconds.

 The implication of autonomous knowledge goes beyond chatbots. As AI can now learn from free form content, it does not have to count up on a person for training data anymore. Having gain access to the biggest human information repository, the Web, AI is evolving at an accelerate speed. As one of many possible jobs it may take over, Aco now starts working as a chatbot builder. 

The website owners only need to provide a domain name and then Aco will take care of everything rest. The human labor is eliminated totally. The turnaround is shortened to a few minutes or even seconds. The upfront cost is reduced to a minimum, to near zero. Different from enterprises like Apple or Microsoft, who make Siri or Cortana as their own chatbots, Acobot is making conversational AI available and affordable to the rest of us.

Conversational interfaces like chatbots and virtual assistant are in the middle of a venture market evolution. Fueling this is the investments in time and outlay that machine learning automation technology can provide. With hosts of the three leading chatbot expansion platforms Amazon, Facebook, and Microsoft accruing more than 90,000 developers this year, the uprising will occur in three phases  enterprise proprietary solution, common developer tools on opposing platform, and then at scale deployments and the proliferation of third party Software as a examine solution

Source: HOB