As I have previously stated, cognitive AI is much more complex than the existing platforms of Amazon Alexa, Siri or any number of “Agent” based AI solutions currently being used.
When I look across all the other platforms out there trying to do similar things, I think for the moment that I may be a little further down the rabbit hole then most. I don’t expect that to last for a long time and the competition is catching up fast.
I wanted to show a short demonstration of ILI – the conversational AI platform that I have been working on for a number of years now and the platform that is powering the products we are developing at my company ISR.
Fluid conversations are pretty hard to do in artificial intelligence. And once you get to a point or cyclical input/output, you soon realise that you need a lot more flexibility in the logical structures that are the basis for the conversation direction. Hence why I am on iteration 11.
It is one thing to design a conversation – but a whole lot of magic is needed to allow that conversation to be hyper flexible.
I intend to show more of my work in the coming posts – why we need the COG to “pretend”, conversational UI and some discussions around conversation designing.
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