We’re less than a month out from IBM Think, a first-of-its-kind conference with all of IBM’s essential technologies under one roof. We’re highlighting 5 can’t miss sessions that focus on Watson and how you can use the technology and apply it to your business.
Applying artificial intelligence to implement an insight engine will not only ensure businesses keep up, but lead. Especially considering only 7% of companies are able to consistently deliver real-time, data-driven experiences across all customer touchpoints and across both digital and physical engagements.
Accrete.AI has partnered with IBM, to embed Watson technologies into intelligent systems that read, understand and learn at scale across a variety of market domains, continuously compounding knowledge and connecting dots.
Using IBM Watson, Bradesco implemented a virtual agent, Bradesco Inteligência Artificial, to assist employees and customers in answering their questions about bank products. Since the implementation, Bradesco sees customer satisfaction levels of higher than 85%, with 94% of queries being handled by the virtual agent.
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We’re a little over a month away from IBM Think in Las Vegas! We’ve given you an overview of the conference and reasons why you should attend. As an exclusive to our blog readers, we’re excited to highlight 5 IBM Watson sessions you should attend at Think 2018.
Insight engines built with artificial intelligence embody a quantum shift in enterprise search and intelligent analysis technology.
Thomson Reuters and IBM collaborated to create an AI-powered feature, Ask Watson a Question, which is embedded into Thomson Reuters Data Privacy Advisor solution. This complements IBM’s current offerings and extends Watson-enabled legal capabilities into a new area.