Chatbots – Market Update 102; week-ending 13 April 2018

Chatbots are growing and growing as a new form of intangibles Chatbots are gaining more and more momentum throughout the public and private sectors, worldwide. Now is the time to consider chatbots from a wider perspective. Chatbots are emerging as Learn more

Chatbots – Market Update 101; week-ending 6 April 2018

Microsoft’s Chatbot in India is highly popular Ruuh is the name of a social chatbot in India as an initiative by Microsoft. In ‘her’ first year, Ruuh has achieved more than: 40 million conversations 10,000 followers Ruuh blends EQ and Learn more

Chatbots – Market Update 100; week-ending 30 March 2018

Chatbots a new way of thinking.  Are lawyers complicit in undermining GDPR? Since the beginning of online services, lawyers have been the major influence upon the customer consent process. Their preferred instrument is to produce dense content, such as terms Learn more

Chatbots – Market Update 99; week-ending 23 March 2018

Economies of Compliancy, an opportunity for leadership and chatbots The Economies of Compliancy is an emergent economics term that describes a competitive advantage of sharing practical regulatory knowledge and practices across entities. By means of a utility-based cloud service, business, Learn more

Chatbots – Market Update 98; week-ending 16 March 2018

Chatbots gaining momentum in mainstream Banking   In March 2018, Citicorp launched a Facebook Messenger chatbot for its consumer banking clients in Singapore. They also plan to launch these chatbot-based services in Hong Kong and Australia later in 2018. Citicorp’s Learn more

Chatbots – Market Update 97; week-ending 9 March 2018

Chatbots as an enabler for Knowledge Process Re-Modelling The Problem Process Modelling is pervasive. At the lowest level process, there is often tasks that require the knowledge worker to access Complex Knowledge in the form of documents covering regulatory, statutory, Learn more

Chatbots – Market Update 96; week-ending 2 March 2018

The emergence of chatbot reality as the hyped perception starts to fade Some interesting research from multiple sources are providing lead indicators into why the future of organisations will become a blend of human and chatbot workers. More and more Learn more

Chatbots – Market Update 95; week-ending 23 February 2018

Complex Knowledge – Why it matters In the UK, there were two public disclosures within a 24-hour period, which provided more examples that Complex Knowledge in a documented form is no longer fit for purpose and is the causality of Learn more

Chatbots – Market Updates 94; week-ending 16 Feb 2018

Conduct Risk is now an epidemic and is appearing in far too many places – It is time to deal with it differently. In its simplest form, conduct risk is when an organisation’s stakeholder’s behaviour leads to unwanted behaviour or Learn more

Chatbots – Market Update 93; week-ending 9 February 2018

Sabre Corporation Launches Chatbot Sabre Corporation has launched a Chatbot prototype powered by Artificial Intelligence, which is integrated into Microsoft’s Bot Framework and Microsoft Cognitive Services including Language Understanding Intelligent Service (LUIS). This Chatbot prototype is a white-labelled dialogue services Learn more