Next generation intelligent interfaces that leverage Natural Language Processing have the potential to transform areas of the enterprise such as HR, customer service, training, product testing, and more. Chatbots are changing the way we interact with consumer and enterprise appliances and applications, but they are only the beginning for natural language interfaces. Perceptive Input and Emotive Output will define the next generation of intelligent interfaces. In this webinar, Analyst Adrian Bowles will provide an overview of these next generation technologies and the impact they will have on your enterprise.
Join this webinar to learn and understand:
-The ins and outs of Perceptive Input and Emotive Output and how they expand the domain of Natural Language Processing
-How these technologies will change the way we do business
-Applying Perceptive Input and Emotive Output to business contexts
Learn how Perceptive Input and Emotive Output expand the domain of Natural Language Processing
Learn how to apply Perceptive Input and Emotive Output to business contexts
Develop an understanding of how these technologies will change the way we do business
Who should attend?
Business and IT Leaders.
Adrian Bowles, VP Research at Aragon Research
Adrian Bowles joined Aragon Research in 2017 as a Vice President and Lead Analyst. Adrian has worked at the intersection of advanced technology and business strategy as an academic, practitioner, consultant and industry analyst. His current research is focused on the business impact of modern AI/cognitive computing, advanced analytics, and the Internet of Things. Previously, Adrian held executive positions at Ovum/Datamonitor, Giga Information Group, New Science Associates, and Yourdon, Inc. He also held academic appointments in computer science at Drexel University and SUNY-Binghamton, and adjunct faculty positions in the business schools at NYU and Boston College. He earned his BA in Psychology and MS in Computer Science from SUNY-Binghamton, and his Ph.D. in Computer Science from Northwestern University.