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Rainmaking Geek passionate about Sales, Machine Learning, Big Data, Mobile and humans.
Rainmaking Geek passionate about Sales, Machine Learning, Big Data, Mobile and humans.

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Chatbots as the Interface Between Humans and Organizations

Chatbots are getting a lot of attention these days. In this relatively short article, I explain why I think they could end up being a real game-changer when it comes to the way we interact with -- and even think about -- organizations.

#chatbots #artificialintelligence #organizations

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Police are filing warrants for Android’s vast store of location data

Google's data is precise enough to place suspects at the scene of a crime

For the most recent 1000 startup's and the next 10,000:take X and add AI 

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Terrapattern is the first open-access visual search engine for satellite maps

Terrapattern is a amazing visual search engine for satellite imagery, and somehow the first of its kind. It's very easy to use, click on a section of the map, and Terrapattern will show you all similar geographical features or landmarks in the area. A football field, bus station, outdoor pool — it doesn't matter, Terrapattern can pinpoint the related image and location with surprising accuracy. The program was created by Golan Levin, David Newbury, and Kyle McDonald, with funding from the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation. Terrapattern is built on a Deep Convolutional Neural Network (DCNN), and has been trained to recognize geographical features within small squares in four cities — New York, San Fransisco, Pittsburgh, and Detroit.

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Motion AI lets anyone easily build a bot

Motion AI, a Chicago company that lets anyone easily build a bot without touching a line of code, has announced it is open to business after several months of private testing. What, another bot-builder? Dozens of other startups have launched to build bots for developers, especially after Facebook kicked off a bot craze last month that now has tens of thousands of developers building bots on Facebook Messenger alone. But Motion AI stands out because it hand-holds you through building every aspect of the bot’s flow, including deployment across most of the bot platforms (Facebook, Slack, SMS, email, Web and so on). Moreover, it has created what it calls bot “modules,” which package up the logic required for building particular bot features. This saves novices — and even experienced developers — multiple steps. These modules will soon be featured in a store (to be launched in about a month) where customers can take whatever module they need as they put together their bots, according to founder and chief executive David Nelson.
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