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Why Are AI and ML Sales Leaders’ Best Friends?

Over the past few years, AI and Machine Learning have raised the customers' expectations from sales teams. The tougher benchmarks put sale leaders who operate without Machine Learning in a disadvantage. AI comes handy in converting more leads and retaining customers. Salesforce projects that by 2022 around 80 % of companies will have started using automaton at some levels and sales is on the top of the priority list. AI Helps Leaders with the Pricing Structure In businesses, especially the B2C ones, customers use AI-driven…

Virtual Assistant Technology – Empowering the Human Workforce of Tomorrow

As the Automation Economy continues to expand and grow, enterprises are becoming increasingly optimistic about the impressive ROI and proven track record of results achieved from Robotic Process Automation (RPA). These results are more operationally focused in terms of driving down operating costs, increasing processing efficiency and enhancing service delivery. A key link in the process automation value and success chain, which is often overlooked, is the human workforce. In fact, the fear factor of human job loss and…

Boost.ai Secures $5 Million Investment to Expand Internationally

Boost.ai, One of the Fastest Growing AI Companies in the Nordics, Receives Series A Funding for International Expansion from Leading VC Firm, Alliance Venture Boost.ai, the provider of some of the world's most robust chatbots and virtual assistants, announced the closing of a new round of financing from Alliance Venture. The terms of the transaction were not disclosed, but the deal will potentially inject up to $5 million into the company. The company ownership will remain firmly in the hands of the founders and…

50-50 Familiarity with AI Causes People To Be Cynical, says Report

In A Recent Syzygy Report, 79% Of Americans Believe The Use Of AI In Marketing Should Be Regulated By A “Blade Runner” Rule As Blade Runner 2049 hits movie theatres, new research by SYZYGY  (a WPP digital agency group) shows that concerns about artificial intelligence (AI) are top of mind for American consumers. Research titled “Sex, Lies and A.I.” from SYZYGY reveals that 79% of Americans believe a new “Blade Runner rule” is needed to make it illegal for AI applications such as social media bots, chatbots, and virtual…