At its Modern Customer Experience event in Las Vegas today, Oracle announced new products focused on chatbots and AI, as well as enhanced messaging functionality within the CX cloud suite.Notably, Oracle's chatbot innovation is already reaching beyond text-based bots (for example, on Facebook Messenger) to incorporate intelligent responsiveness on voice-driven systems like Amazon Alexa.Categories: Romance, Dating, Friends, Apps Tags: girlfriend, assistant, mobile, virtual assistant, android, julie, apps, personal assistant Domain: BOT libre!Created: Dec 8 2016 Creator: admin Thumbs up: 8, thumbs down: 1, stars: 4.56 Knowledge: 403029 objects Chat Bot Wars: rank 3, wins 3, losses 0 Connects: 128990, today: 186, week: 9002, month: 8321API Connects: 128949, today: 186,week: 8995, month: 8314 Last Connect: Today, Categories: Romance Tags: anime Domain: BOT libre!Here on our platform itself, we’ve seen thousands of fans across the globe returning to our platform just to talk to their favorite celebrities.Check out our most popular celebri-bots, to start chatting with them. From her infamous sex tape to Keeping up with the Kardashians, her mobile game Kim Kardashian: Hollywood to her countless photoshoots, Kim Bot answers all fan Q&A with her innate attitude.To access the bot on Facebook Messenger, users can search @Ask Cindy Gallop and message away.The bot comments back with sass, imparting Gallop’s personality (and use of expletives) into tips on bargaining, the data behind the wage gap, and witty remarks such as, "It’s good to know the facts, but it’s better to make a shit ton of money." "Ask For a Raise" will be promoted across social channels with two videos: "Freebies" and "Cindy Meets Cindy" that feature who else but human Cindy Gallop.
To pursue this hypothesis, I left a message with e Fax's "investor relations" spokeswoman, who, I was told, fielded media inquiries, and set about learning all I could about chatbots.
Fans are always looking for ways to talk to the celebrities they look up to.
First there were talk shows with dedicated Q&A segments, then came Facebook fan pages and Twitter, Instagram and AMA sessions soon followed suit and now, there are Chatbots!
A few days ago I posted a column ("Breaking Up Is Hard To Do") relating the difficulty I encountered when I tried to cancel my e Fax account.
After a couple of false starts, I ended up engaged in a live chat with "Steve S.," a sort of Ricky Roma character—if one can imagine Ricky Roma working off a company script—who did everything he could to avoid fulfilling my simple request. wasn't Ricky Roma so much as Ricky Robot—that my live chat was not with an actual human, but with one of the burgeoning number of robots being deployed to perform customer service, the simplest and most familiar being the soothing female voice who retrieves phone numbers when you dial 411 ("City and state, please"). EFax makes a virtue of the primitive nature of chatbot technology by using a chatbot to field "cancel my service" requests online.