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Microsoft’s ‘90s paperclip assistant taught us all about computer conversations—teachings you have to take into account when you design digital humans for a living, like FaceMe’s Head of Professional Services, Simon Grieve, does.
When you consider what customer experience and customer service could be like in the insurance industry, and compare it to what it’s actually like today, it’s easy to see where digital humans fit into the future of insurtech.
FaceMe’s VP Platform Development, Brodie Wooler, takes us on a journey through the stats that show a way for chatbot developers to differentiate themselves from the pack—using one of the most time-tested communication methods known to man...
FaceMe’s Cognitive Architect, Piers Smith, considers a big questions when it comes to AI digital humans—trust
Dr Jason Catchpole, explains what’s involved in ensuring Digital Humans have the ability to ‘see’; ‘understand’; and ‘react’.
The key is not to build a chatbot; but rather to build an experience and use your chatbot to do it!
FaceMe is really excited about Magic Leap’s vision: a world in which we interact with Digital Humans on a daily basis as part of a layered digital fabric integrated into everyday life.