Conversica leverages artificial intelligence
to automate the lead contact and
Conversica identifies which leads
intend to purchase and are ready
to buy now
Our AI is a proven, mature platform that has engaged millions of leads
Over one-third of all leads respond to Conversica outreach
Over 1,100 companies use Conversica to improve their Sales & Marketing results
AI, particularly when combined with big data and analytics, will help drive the meaningful customer conversations that ultimately lead to sales. And while some might view AI as impersonal, its applications are starting to achieve ubiquity (think Siri) and widespread consumer acceptance while delivering improvements in the overall customer experience.
Last week, we discussed the top five AI trends to watch for in 2018. But what are some of the AI predictions we’ve been anticipating, that well, won’t be happening this year?
We sat down for a chat with Conversica Chief Data Scientist, Dr. Sid Reddy, to get his take on AI “un-predictions” for 2018. Whether you plan to welcome our future robot overlords or resist anything AI-related for as long as possible, here’s what won't be happening on any major scale this year:
More people are coming to accept AI technology and its prevalence in everyday applications, from chatbots in customer service to surveillance robots in shopping malls. But much of what we think about artificial intelligence continues to stem from a dystopian outlook shaped by pop culture and movies like Blade Runner 2049 and Ex Machina (both great movies, by the way).
We’ve got a long ways to go before replicants assimilate into mainstream society. But as this year comes to an end, I can’t help but wonder what kind of AI trends will take hold in the new year.
So, here are our picks for the top 5 AI trends to watch in 2018:
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