Tuesday March 31, 2020

A curious mix at ConverCon

Now in its third year, ConverCon, the conversational interface conference, hosted a sold-out crowd at Dublin’s Light House Cinema on October 17

3rd November, 2019
Brett Kinsella, founder of Voiceboat.ai, at ConverCon

Now in its third year, ConverCon, the conversational interface conference, hosted a sold-out crowd at Dublin’s Light House Cinema on October 17. The programme featured a diverse line-up, including software engineers, chief executives, voice interface designers, and even someone appointed ‘studio head of mixed reality’, all of them specialists in the rapidly-evolving field of conversational AI.

For the uninitiated, conversational artificial intelligence is already widely in use in marketing, customer service and...

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