- And as intelligent machines become more ubiquitous at home and in the workplace, it’s got some people wondering …
- If the machine can dupe the judges into thinking it’s a human, it’s said to have passed the Turing test.
- Once machines achieve a certain level of intelligence, they try to take over.
- We want everyone to know that our bot is a bot.
- Final thought: Let bots be bots
Chatbots are poised to revolutionize sales and customer success. Here’s why you should be happy, not worried.
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- How the rise of messaging apps led to the rise of chatbots – Tweet This
- A look at the rise of chatbots [Infographic] – Tweet This
- Check out our “Rise of the Chatbots” infographic below and let us know what you think.
- If you’ve been following the Drift blog, you’ve probably noticed that we’ve been writing quite a bit about artificial intelligence and chatbots in recent weeks (like this post about how artificial intelligence could change marketing forever, and this one that describes the different types of chatbots …
- Facebook Messenger alone has more than 11,000 chatbots – Tweet This
Chatbots are poised to revolutionize how we communicate. Learn about their meteoric rise in our new infographic.
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