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Where Alexa For Business and Splunk’s Partnership is Headed

Where Alexa For Business and Splunk's Partnership is Headed

When Alexa for Business launched at AWS re:Invent last week, observers duly noted the advances the technology would make in office productivity. It could make conference calls for you, control the conference room equipment and schedule meetings.

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8 Examples of Artificial Intelligence (AI) in the Workplace

8 Examples of Artificial Intelligence (AI) in the Workplace

David Cearley, vice president and Gartner Fellow, wrote that promises of artificial intelligence (AI) magically performing intellectual tasks that humans do and dynamically learning as much as humans is "speculative at best." However with 2018 rapidly approaching, AI is clearly on the minds of many businesses. Where are

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The Rise of the Digital Workplace Chatbot

The Rise of the Digital Workplace Chatbot

Chatbots have invaded the workplace. Or at least, invaded the conversations around the digital workplace. In the last month, I have seen some outstanding presentations on the use of conversational interfaces (aka chatbots, aka bots) in the digital workplace/intranet context.

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Will Natural Language Processing Change Search as We Know It?

Will Natural Language Processing Change Search as We Know It?

All around us, Siri, Alexa, Google Home and more are incorporating natural language conversations between humans and artificial intelligence (AI) into our everyday interactions. The same digital revolution is happening in today’s workplace, with Natural Language Processing (NLP) along with semantic search playing a key role in this transformation.

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Workplace Chatbots: Too Little, Too Soon?

Workplace Chatbots: Too Little, Too Soon?

“The reaction to ELIZA showed me the enormously exaggerated attributions an audience is capable of making to a technology it does not understand” — MIT professor emiritus Joseph Weizenbaum on the first chatbot created in 1964 Workplace chatbots promise to lighten employees' repetitive tasks and tackle information overload, as Andrew Pope and

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Workplace Chatbots: Too Little, Too Soon?

Workplace Chatbots: Too Little, Too Soon?

“The reaction to ELIZA showed me the enormously exaggerated attributions an audience is capable of making to a technology it does not understand” — MIT professor emiritus Joseph Weizenbaum on the first chatbot created in 1964 Workplace chatbots promise to lighten employees' repetitive tasks and tackle information overload, as Andrew Pope and

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Tableau Acquires ClearGraph to Raise Augmented Intelligence Play

Tableau Acquires ClearGraph to Raise Augmented Intelligence Play

Tableau, a Seattle-based business intelligence and analytics provider, announced this morning that it has acquired ClearGraph.  Based in Palo Alto, Calif., ClearGraph provides smart data discovery and data analysis natural language query solutions. The purchase price has not been disclosed.

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When Is Machine Learning Right for Enterprise Search?

When Is Machine Learning Right for Enterprise Search?

Artificial intelligence (AI) and its little brother machine learning (ML) are receiving tremendous hype — and deservedly so. From smart cars to computer-assisted medical diagnoses, machine learning is an incredibly powerful technology that has only scratched the surface of the impact it will eventually have on the world.

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