According to David Karandish, founder and CEO of Jane.ai, people should not be afraid of or against artificial intelligence (AI). He believes they should be working together. Tech Republic brought this interesting information to our attention in their article, “The next step for machine learning and AI.”
There are several things Karandish believes separates Jane.ai from the average chatbot. The first is the priority of learning. “I don’t know” isn’t an acceptable answer. Learn how to find the answer.
The second big thing is that Jane speaks the lexicon of a particular organization, and not just the language, but the vocabulary. in addition to the learning and the dialect, Jane.ai can also pick up information out of documents, handbooks or sales-training material and make all of that accessible.
Machine learning and AI continue to make step function progress as new types of neural networks becomes available. As entirely new AI-based products and services are created, new consumer and industrial opportunities will be realized.
Melody K. Smith
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