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| January 22, 2019
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Article | May 22, 2020
Across industries, businesses are augmenting their workforces with an innovative technology to help attract, acquire and grow customers at scale, known as an Intelligent Virtual Assistant (IVA).Intelligent Virtual Assistants operate on a combination of machine learning, artificial intelligence and intelligent automation to connect with leads and customers in personalized, two-way conversations. In this way, IVAs act as a virtual team member assisting revenue-generating teams such as Marketing, Sales or Customer Success. But what does that actually look like in practice? How can businesses get the most out of their IVA deployments to better resonate with their leads or customers.
Imagine an age where you can read the thoughts of a person via telepathy like Professor X of X-Men comics and uncover their anarchical plans or a tech that reads the thoughts of a mute person or your pets and helps you have better communication. Well, a team at the University of California, San Francisco, performed this experiment and put us a step closer to the dream. Joseph Makin, co-author of the research team says, “We are not there yet, but we think this could be the basis of a speech prosthesis.” The university developed the AI to decipher up to 250 words in real-time from a set of between 30 and 50 sentences. The university recruited four women participants with a history of epilepsy and already had electrode arrays implanted in their brain to monitor epileptic seizures. These participants were asked to read aloud from 50 set sentences multiple times as the team tracked their neural using electrodes while they were speaking. The sample included “Tina Turner is a pop singer”, “the oasis was a mirage”, “part of the cake was eaten by the dog”, “Those thieves stole 30 jewels”, “how did the man get stuck in the tree” and “the ladder was used to rescue the cat and the man.” The largest group of sentences contained 250 unique words.
Programming languages such as C, C++, Java and PHP have been used by programmers for many years now, and software companies are often on the lookout for programmers who are well versed with these programming languages. However, with time as the demand has increased for high-level programming languages, a number of new languages have emerged to make it big in the programming languages space. In this article, we have listed down the top ten emerging programming languages of 2020 that can come handy for programmers.
This article was originally published in Smart Selling Tools and is reprinted with permission by the author. The piece has since been updated to match advances in our technology. The fourth industrial revolution is upon us. Connectivity, data, and processing power have come together to make disruptive technologies like Artificial Intelligence (AI) possible. While we are just scratching the surface on what we can do with AI, we’re seeing more and more companies – from fledgling startups to large corporations – begin to offer specialized AI applications.
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