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    1. Do You Fear the Future Of AI In The Banking World?

      Artificial intelligence (AI) seems to be taking the banking industry by storm. When you see tech titans such as Alphabet, Apple, Amazon and Facebook all investing in the same space, you know it is hot. Photographer: Jin Lee/Bloomberg News There are so many different applications for AI and they are increasing daily. Essentially, AI has three major technologies: cognitive computing, machine learning and natural language processing.

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    2. OracleVoice: Beyond Cloud: Oracle Offers A Glimpse Into The Future

      OracleVoice: Beyond Cloud: Oracle Offers A Glimpse Into The Future

      Thomas Kurian, Oracle president of product development, has mapped out the technology path ahead for Oracle, and it includes artificial intelligence, machine learning, chatbots, and new human interfaces. During a keynote presentation at Oracle OpenWorld in San Francisco, Kurian said these emerging technologies now fit into the vision Oracle has had since it started building its cloud offerings more than a decade ago: Let anyone, anywhere in the world, access the power of all of Oracle’s technologies using only a browser or a phone. Oracle Thomas Kurian, Oracle president of product development, explains what's next for Oracle. “We ...

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    3. OracleVoice: How Developers Can Deliver Chatbots That Propel A Broader AI Strategy

      A basic chatbot isn’t that hard to build. In JavaScript, write a public REST endpoint to connect a Facebook page to some chat logic (botly is a popular option) and deploy the whole thing to run on a cloud platform. Zoom out to the bigger picture, though, and you see that Facebook is just one channel. If you use Skype, Slack, Kik, and digital voice assistants, you’ll have to build six or eight of these endpoints straight away.

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    4. OracleVoice: How A Huge Utility Is Innovating With Chatbots For Better Customer Connections

      Exelon, the US’s largest utility company by customer count, has created a chatbot that will soon let customers text a question like: “When’s my power bill due?” Or, they’ll be able to use Facebook Messenger to ask: “When are the lights coming back on?” Exelon has built a working prototype of the chatbot, which relies on natural language processing and artificial intelligence to understand conversations and provide clear answers.

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    5. Thomson ReutersVoice: How Technology Is Disrupting Accounting -- And Why The Industry Must Adapt

      Over 20 years ago, the Internet was beginning to explode with the introduction of the browser and HTML in the early ‘90s. Apple® was a struggling company, literally on the brink of extinction. Michael Dell’s infamous words at a tech conference in October 1997 came back to haunt him later. When asked what he would do with Apple if he were in charge of the beleaguered company, he responded, “What would I do?

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    6. SAPVoice: Winning The War For Talent In The Age Of Intelligent Technologies

      Niveditha Kesavan, Expert Prinicpal, SAP The world of work, the environment and the entire value chain are in the wake of a massive transformation. Artificial Intelligence, Internet of Things, Natural Language Processing, Robotic Process Automation, Machine Learning and other technologies are not only paving way for smarter solutions through automation and new business opportunity creation, but are threatening entire industries with digital disruption.

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    7. Google/Walmart: The Brutal Future Of Retail Supply Chains

      IStock Photo Google, the king of internet search, and Walmart, still the world’s largest retailer, have just joined forces. Walmart plans to join Google’s online marketplace, known as Google Express, sitting alongside other retailers, such as Target and Costco. Sounds innocuous, except that Walmart brings its own fulfillment resources while others rely on third-party delivery services. Google, meanwhile, brings expertise in natural language processing, artificial intelligence and data analytics.

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    8. NarrativeDx: The AI Platform Aiming To Be The Yelp For Patient Hospital Reviews

      Photo courtesy of NarrativeDx Founded in 2014 by Kyle Robertson and Senem Guney, NarrativeDx is an artificial intelligence platform that allows patients to provide real-time reviews and commentary about their hospital experiences. Their cloud-based platform uses natural language processing and machine learning to collect and analyze feedback sources from an assortment of internal and external channels.

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    9. CenturyLinkVoice: Classroom Of The Future: Where Technology Learns As Much About Children As They Do From It

      CenturyLinkVoice: Classroom Of The Future: Where Technology Learns As Much About Children As They Do From It

      The author is a Forbes contributor. The opinions expressed are those of the writer. Loading ... This story appears in the {{article.article.magazine.pretty_date}} issue of {{article.article.magazine.pubName}}. Subscribe How times have changed. Just yesterday, it seems, our teachers had blackboards and overhead projectors while we scrawled on paper using pencils. iStock Technology may even solve the age-old dilemma of personality clashes between students and teachers.

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    10. SAPVoice: How To Build A Smart Factory That Transforms Your Business Model

      SAPVoice: How To Build A Smart Factory That Transforms Your Business Model

      One of the biggest mistakes companies can make on the road to connected manufacturing is taking ideas to developers while keeping decision-makers from the business out of the loop. I recently listened to two experts at the annual SAPPHIRE NOW & ASUG Conference who had a different take on how companies can build a smart factory quickly to improve efficiencies, reduce costs, strengthen competitiveness and create new routes to market.

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    11. Samsung TVVoice: Better At Listening, Voice Recognition Will Reshape Your Relationship With Technology

      Samsung TVVoice: Better At Listening, Voice Recognition Will Reshape Your Relationship With Technology

      By Teresa Meek Only seven years ago, voice recognition technology was a joke.When a woman waiting for a ride at Disney World left a voicemail for her husband saying, “I got the FastPasses,” the transcription came across his phone as saying, “In fact, bastard what.”That example, part of a 2009 CNET compilation of flubs committed by Google Voice, shows just how far the technology has progressed.Modern voice recognition is changing the way we search, shop and find entertainment.

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    12. Banks Eager For Artificial Intelligence, But Slow To Adopt

      Facebook, Google, Microsoft and Baidu spent at least $8.5 billion beefing up their AI talent. Amazon spends $228 million a year just to find people to run Alexa and related machine learning initiatives. Even small to medium businesses in every sector - from fast food chains and personal fitness centers - are reaping the business benefits of technologies like natural language processing, image recognition, and machine learning.

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    13. This Open-Source AI Voice Assistant Is Challenging Siri and Alexa for Market Superiority

      Shutterstock When you issue a command to a virtual assistant like Siri, Alexa, or Cortana, natural language processing technology (NLP) allows the program to interpret your speech and respond in everyday language. Apple, Amazon, Google, and Microsoft are making great strides forward in NLP technology, but unfortunately, these tech giants aren’t interested in sharing how they do it.

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    14. Grads of LifeVoice: Why Higher Education Institutions Need Smarter Cloud Technologies

      Grads of LifeVoice: Why Higher Education Institutions Need Smarter Cloud Technologies

      Why Higher Education Institutions Need Smarter Cloud Technologies {{article.article.images.featured.caption}} Opinions expressed by Forbes Contributors are their own. Full Bio The author is a Forbes contributor. The opinions expressed are those of the writer. Loading ... This story appears in the {{article.article.magazine.pretty_date}} issue of {{article.article.magazine.pubName}}.

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    15. IBMVoice: Four Catalysts To Spark The Next Wave Of Innovation In Artificial Intelligence

      IBMVoice: Four Catalysts To Spark The Next Wave Of Innovation In Artificial Intelligence

      By Cynthya Peranandam, IBM Significant advances in artificial intelligence over the past few years have broadened AI's reach into industries such as healthcare, finance and even retail. Businesses and consumers alike are benefiting from the rise of big data and the growth of AI techniques like deep learning and natural language processing.

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    16. Google Assistant Is Coming To Android Phones As Early As This Week

      Credit: Google/YouTube Google announced today that Google Assistant will start rolling out to devices running Android 6.0 (Marshmallow) and 7.0 (Nougat) later this week. Previously, the Assistant was only available on Google’s Pixel phones, Home personal assistant, Allo messaging app and Android wear devices.Google is at the forefront of machine and deep-learning based natural language processing which they have used to power their vaunted speech recognition system.

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    17. OracleVoice: Artificial Intelligence Shows Promise As Clinical Development Tool

      OracleVoice: Artificial Intelligence Shows Promise As Clinical Development Tool

      During a typical day, we use a variety of applications that, by virtue of their artificial intelligence, automatically understand our speech and provide near-real-time feedback to support decision-making. Think Siri. But is machine learning, one of a number of AI techniques, ready for clinical applications, specifically to accelerate drug development and/or reduce development costs?First, some context.

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    18. SalesforceVoice: 4 Ways Artificial Intelligence Is Actually Going To Change The Way You Do Sales

      SalesforceVoice: 4 Ways Artificial Intelligence Is Actually Going To Change The Way You Do Sales

      By Brandon Reynolds Debates about artificial intelligence (AI) cover a lot of theoretical ground, from whether smart robots will eliminate jobs(and/or the human race) to how we’ll all fit neatly into a computer simulation after the singularity. There’s a lot of philosophical meat on those bones to gnaw through. But before we let our imaginations run too wild, let’s take a practical look at how AI is already transforming the way salespeople are connecting with prospects and closing deals.

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    19. 10 Questions That Reveal The Limits Of AI

      AI developers are making amazing advances. Witness the excitement around AI’s progress in search , cancer diagnosis , genomic medicine , autonomous vehicles , Go , smart homes , machine translation , and even lip reading .Progress in such complex problems raises hopes for the development of general-purpose AI that can be deployed in a wide range of intelligent, open-ended interactions with people like computer interface, customer service, planning and advice.It is easy to imagine an enhanced Apple Siri or Amazon Alexa that engages in conversations with people to answer questions, fulfill commands and even anticipate needs. In fact, unless you watch marketing videos with ...

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    20. OpenTextVoice: Big Data Takes Turn As Storyteller, Pulls Together Health Narratives

      OpenTextVoice: Big Data Takes Turn As Storyteller, Pulls Together Health Narratives

      Big Data Takes Turn As Storyteller, Pulls Together Health Narratives {{article.article.images.featured.caption}} Opinions expressed by Forbes Contributors are their own. Full Bio The author is a Forbes contributor. The opinions expressed are those of the writer. Loading ... This story appears in the {{article.article.magazine.pretty_date}} issue of {{article.article.magazine.pubName}}. Subscribe By Teresa Meek Throughout our lives, without trying, we create our own health narratives.

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    21. Sifting Through the Data: Extracting What Matters When it Comes to Sustainability

      Hendrik Bartel is the CEO and co-founder of TruValue Labs, Inc. a San Francisco-based fintech startup leveraging advances in natural language processing, cognitive computing and machine learning to provide real-time sustainability insights. With his entrepreneurial background and knack for turning complicated technologies into user-friendly products, Hendrik has led product development initiatives at companies including Amazon and Cisco in addition to his work at early and late-stage startups.

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