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AI

abbreviation for ARTIFICIAL INSEMINATION.
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Development in speech and voice recognition technologies such as Apple's Siri and Amazons' Alexa, has been the driving factor behind the proliferating growth of the intelligent virtual assistant market.
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Barista, the company's virtual support agent (VSA), brings the ease of consumer virtual assistants, such as Amazon Alexa and Google Home, into the workplace.Visit www.espressive.com for more information.
On average, the Virtual Assistant helps over 5000 customers per month, and yields an answer rate of 90%.
"We're able to give customers the option to communicate how they prefer, and the virtual assistant's 'intelligence' enables us to offer customers the answers to simple questions about deductibles, receipt of photos and other documents rapidly on a mobile device."
Implementing a pilot utilising UIB's UnificationEngine, du's virtual assistant helps customers with common queries which they currently seek to address by contacting the Contact Centre or visiting a retail store.
Intelligent Virtual Assistant Market Analysis, by Application
It's a frustrating experience, but many of the recent advances in natural language processing (NLP)--along with those in surrounding technologies--are boosting the quality of conversational virtual assistants such as Siri and Alexa, and those in the enterprise space as well.
Half of smartphones sold this year already have virtual assistants, according to the market research company Strategy Analytics.
Virtual assistants are supposed to decrease the level of effort by customers and contact center agents to complete basic tasks, but building and deploying them can be a monumental task.
A military spouse herself, Hutcheson built the virtual assistant model to allow the Maszi team to serve clients across multiple time zones and geographies, regardless of physical locations.
Nuance Communications (NUAN) announced Jetstar has extended the deployment of web virtual assistant "Jess" to Facebook Messenger (FB) to offer more points of contact for its customers to engage.

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