Artificial Intelligence is nothing new, as a matter of fact, it has been swirling around for decades. There are plenty of AI technologies nowadays, as NLG or predictive analytics, offering new business opportunities that give rise to an innovative way of thinking for any forward-looking enterprise. Don’t be stuck in a rut and see what is cooking up in The AI Summit event this year.
Still didn’t hear about this event? On this 19th of September, all chatbot techies will be reunited in one of the most auspicious events for chatbots developers. Can’t attend? Don’t worry, Bitext will keep you up to date!
Let’s be honest: How many training datasets do you usually generate for your AI projects? Guess that one is not enough. It is quite common that every proof-of-concept launched by a company must start from scratch when it comes to train. When talking about bot training, this process is far too complex to be repeated once and again.
If a customer sends: Hey, what’s up? Do you guys offer a free trial? and your bot responds: Sorry, I don’t understand, there is a big problem with multiple intents you need to solve. Most of the chatbots and virtual assistants are unable to understand users when two different requests are included in just one sentence. How difficult is then to make your Artificial Intelligence handle more than one intent? Easy-breezy!
Powered by a linguistic approach, the future of natural language processing will enable human-like understanding through a wide range of applications. Thanks to Bitext NLP technologies, that far future is closer than expected. Bitext solutions are fully oriented to the current needs of many forward-looking companies relying on cutting-edge techniques ranging from sentiment analysis tools to a generation of artificial training data. After years of hard work in the field of the automation of customer support, Bitext developed the most advanced API ever seen and several conversational agents for innovative enterprises as, for instance, TechCrunch.