9 Burst results for "Chad Bots"

"chad bots" Discussed on The Voicebot Podcast

The Voicebot Podcast

04:43 min | 7 months ago

"chad bots" Discussed on The Voicebot Podcast

"Yulia gif bain. Welcome to the voice. Podcast hey breath how are you. I've really i'm really good. It's great to finally get on the bike. We've been talking about this for at least two months. So i'm happy that we're able to arrange the the funny thing is in the interim we seem to have spent a lot of time on clubhouse together so maybe we could have just done this year like two weeks ago. Yeah yeah spending a lotta time there all right so i think there's a there's a lot of story to be told here because you've you've been in the industry for a while but i think there's an interesting i that i wanted to start with. I wanna talk about speak to it. Maybe maybe your journey in voice day. I started before that. Because i i know that you study computational linguistics as an undergraduate but what i draw you to the idea of of using speech technology and actually building an assistant. Yeah so i would say like initially it was not about speech was about like chat bots and chat right so i started to work on some like chat bots dick like question answering systems back university as you mentioned yelich. All i was doing the computational linguistics relatively randomly so i was like interested in an internship in it company and the a guy who was like my manager there. He was a computational linguists so He had some interesting like thanks for us to do to research. Soviet play with chad bots. So i remember. I think like i published my first article question answering systems back in two thousand towards southern three and then later maybe in two thousand seven i was also working on the project related to chat bots. We created a platform where users could create their own chat bots like mostly for fun Trades they're like our cars teach them to Like teach them different things And then place them to like blogs Social networks websites and see how they shot to like their friends read logs and and Correct them so and later Like when the star to speak to There was this kind of state where got relatively good quality of speech recognition. Then mostly available. Either roy door or some commercial solutions like like from nuance. You've got a mobile devices that our full enough and Kevin good interfaces such as like iphones and androids and There was like this tendency of Api's of like web services so mehan co-founders. We basically thought that if we combine all of this right open api is and and smartphones and voice. We could get A voice personal assistant. That will understand what you are asking about support station and then like connect to a those. Api's and get an answer for you or like have an action Down for you. So this is how this idea of speak to appeared and what year the little. Yeah the end of two thousand ten and to ten okay. So that's around the same time that the siri app. I came out and ios correct. Yes yes yes frankly. We didn't know about siri when we started to sing about the same main difference was that we started with. Hr bought right so we'll just because of our experience chat bots before idea was that won't i. We create a bot that you can talk to about anything and it supports conversation just question answer and then starts like injection different services to you know. Let's add the weather. Let's add local storage and so on but initially we would say you know you can just talk to talk to it Speak to about anything and by the way to also help like multiple different requests

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Interview With Ilya Gelfenbeyn

The Voicebot Podcast

04:43 min | 7 months ago

Interview With Ilya Gelfenbeyn

"Yulia gif bain. Welcome to the voice. Podcast hey breath how are you. I've really i'm really good. It's great to finally get on the bike. We've been talking about this for at least two months. So i'm happy that we're able to arrange the the funny thing is in the interim we seem to have spent a lot of time on clubhouse together so maybe we could have just done this year like two weeks ago. Yeah yeah spending a lotta time there all right so i think there's a there's a lot of story to be told here because you've you've been in the industry for a while but i think there's an interesting i that i wanted to start with. I wanna talk about speak to it. Maybe maybe your journey in voice day. I started before that. Because i i know that you study computational linguistics as an undergraduate but what i draw you to the idea of of using speech technology and actually building an assistant. Yeah so i would say like initially it was not about speech was about like chat bots and chat right so i started to work on some like chat bots dick like question answering systems back university as you mentioned yelich. All i was doing the computational linguistics relatively randomly so i was like interested in an internship in it company and the a guy who was like my manager there. He was a computational linguists so He had some interesting like thanks for us to do to research. Soviet play with chad bots. So i remember. I think like i published my first article question answering systems back in two thousand towards southern three and then later maybe in two thousand seven i was also working on the project related to chat bots. We created a platform where users could create their own chat bots like mostly for fun Trades they're like our cars teach them to Like teach them different things And then place them to like blogs Social networks websites and see how they shot to like their friends read logs and and Correct them so and later Like when the star to speak to There was this kind of state where got relatively good quality of speech recognition. Then mostly available. Either roy door or some commercial solutions like like from nuance. You've got a mobile devices that our full enough and Kevin good interfaces such as like iphones and androids and There was like this tendency of Api's of like web services so mehan co-founders. We basically thought that if we combine all of this right open api is and and smartphones and voice. We could get A voice personal assistant. That will understand what you are asking about support station and then like connect to a those. Api's and get an answer for you or like have an action Down for you. So this is how this idea of speak to appeared and what year the little. Yeah the end of two thousand ten and to ten okay. So that's around the same time that the siri app. I came out and ios correct. Yes yes yes frankly. We didn't know about siri when we started to sing about the same main difference was that we started with. Hr bought right so we'll just because of our experience chat bots before idea was that won't i. We create a bot that you can talk to about anything and it supports conversation just question answer and then starts like injection different services to you know. Let's add the weather. Let's add local storage and so on but initially we would say you know you can just talk to talk to it Speak to about anything and by the way to also help like multiple different requests

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"chad bots" Discussed on The Voicebot Podcast

The Voicebot Podcast

03:25 min | 7 months ago

"chad bots" Discussed on The Voicebot Podcast

"To become api dodi. They raise eight point six million in funding later required by google in two thousand sixteen. Serve as the development environment for the very first. Google actions was later. Renamed dialogue flow is probably the most widely used. Nl you in the market. Certainly the most widely known. I guess you. On the market has many more features now dialogue management such issues widely voice apps chat bots many other services so the story of api to dialogue though actually started with speak to a custom assistant for android many years ago. Okay in twenty. Seventeen elliott kubilius investments as. Well it in that. He participated in a couple dozen voice. Ai related financing so he seemed both sides of the tables the entrepreneur raising money as the investor placing money into startups in evaluating those due diligence. So lots to talk about today. I'm really excited to bring this conversation to you. Next up building the series for android getting acquired by google and investing invoice ai. Let's get started. Yulia gif bain. Welcome to the voice. Podcast hey breath how are you. I've really i'm really good. It's great to finally get on the bike. We've been talking about this for at least two months. So i'm happy that we're able to arrange the the funny thing is in the interim we seem to have spent a lot of time on clubhouse together so maybe we could have just done this year like two weeks ago. Yeah yeah spending a lotta time there all right so i think there's a there's a lot of story to be told here because you've you've been in the industry for a while but i think there's an interesting i that i wanted to start with. I wanna talk about speak to it. Maybe maybe your journey in voice day. I started before that. Because i i know that you study computational linguistics as an undergraduate but what i draw you to the idea of of using speech technology and actually building an assistant. Yeah so i would say like initially it was not about speech was about like chat bots and chat right so i started to work on some like chat bots dick like question answering systems back university as you mentioned yelich. All i was doing the computational linguistics relatively randomly so i was like interested in an internship in it company and the a guy who was like my manager there. He was a computational linguists so He had some interesting like thanks for us to do to research. Soviet play with chad bots. So i remember. I think like i published my first article question answering systems back in two thousand towards southern three and then later maybe in two thousand seven i was also working on the project related to chat bots. We created a platform where users could create their own chat bots like mostly for fun Trades they're like our cars teach them to Like teach them different things And then place them to like blogs Social networks websites and see how they shot to like their friends read.

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"chad bots" Discussed on The Bacon Podcast | Brian Basilico - Marketing Strategy Expert Interviews to CURE Your Marketing

The Bacon Podcast | Brian Basilico - Marketing Strategy Expert Interviews to CURE Your Marketing

06:00 min | 2 years ago

"chad bots" Discussed on The Bacon Podcast | Brian Basilico - Marketing Strategy Expert Interviews to CURE Your Marketing

"You wanna lose weight while you know you have to go to the gym. You have jere o'neill lose weight so those are sex and then try to measure those steps. Does that will give you key performance indicator or k._p._i.'s and through through the k._p._i. It's you will understand whether things started going in the desired way or not because you can then benchmark against future desired results or past experiences or industry averages are competition so ons and that were you very quick <unk> nazi emotional maturity logical us how your steps are action you performing and then you can just see whether those steps are in alignment with the end boulder wants to achieve if i want to lose fifty pounds in one month and i go to mcdonald's every second day while the k._p._i.'s very obvious. I'm not going to achieve that even for just the salad because you know what's that salad has more calories than the big mac. I once checked it. I i was shocked yeah. That's it's so well put on the weight loss side of things and i think the biggest challenge that people have you said it spot on. They look at failure as the debbie downer and they look at success. It's almost like the elusive gold ring that they're reaching eighteen four and it's always just one step out of reach so they have a failure and they can't quite get to that success in just keeps building. They keep feeling like they're going deeper in a hole rather <hes> the moving forward you take away the emotions and here's where numbers you know. There's nothing emotional about numbers. Numbers are just pure logic logic and so the key is to flip the script and not react emotionally. Oh i wanted to lose weight. I didn't achieve debt but a <unk> adept time. You're not thinking oh yeah but i was in mcdonald's every second base. <hes> you're just focused on the goal and you didn't achieve. It's when you focus on the trusses <unk> okay someone from the process of what was my process. This was where i did wrong okay so i need to eliminate that may be <unk> added a bit more exercise may be do even more healthy foods and then through a polishing up the process. You will achieve our goal. Oh mia this is such solid great advice. <hes> it's amazing and i'm sure my audience is gonna wanna learn a little bit more about you you and your process so how do they find out more about this very simple. I mean i'm often asked like why do you do what you do by having the freed them and i always tell people each i could do but i have four dogs. I need to take care often and my lovely girlfriends and so on so it contradicted the twenty four for seven but in the ideal world i would probably just have my zoom client open all the time man and just interpret jumping in and out then we talk and muster mister mind can brainstorm and help each other so yeah. I do like twice a week. I do live brainstorming sessions. I it's it's a small group. I mean it's it's limited to a small size <unk>. Give enough attention to everybody so yeah and and the easiest way is to just go to framework for freedom read them to me and they can either write it with the word sore or number four <hes> and <hes> yeah that will take them to my chad bought the the chad bot will give them the calendar lane and then i always update linked for at least two weeks in advance bank will see all the schedule of upcoming the brainstorming sessions and let's create some moments. Let's have a breakthrough together. I mean my clients absolutely love them because they can really elites <unk> forward flex it gives them the accountability if they join even a lot of them say just listening to other struggles than in the held there gives them a lot of ideas and brainstorming so it's it's really like this really nice space that we use for <hes> helping in other out love it so people wanted to follow you say you know watch your facebook or shoes me watcher lincoln and lives or or just follow you general. What's the best way for them to do that. I'm to platforms one is definitely lincoln. I do a lot of content there. I do a lot of interviews and i adore my linked in life and the second one where i wasn't three acting nods for some time <hes> <hes> which is my <hes> facebook there morgan welcome to join in or agni on those boats fuss plus. I do have a nice little podcast asked which is brain done by the <unk> very easy awesome. We'll meet <hes>. This has been great getting to know you. You drop some incredibly helpful helpful sizzling hot bacon knowledge bombs on my peeps. I really appreciate you and your time and i look forward to having you on again to talk a little bit more about business pillars perfect. I mean brian <unk> again. Thank you for inviting me. I love how this was really just a conversation. I really loved that style and again thank in writing. I really appreciate you for what you're doing and just keep on doing it. Because <hes> people the world needs more of this kind of content well. That's it for today's bacon podcast. We hope you enjoyed it and learned something today. If you did please go to. I tunes and give us a review. We appreciate all your feedback and comments if you have any questions go to w._w._w. Dot bacon podcast dot dot com forward slash questions and we'll make sure we get those answered for you till next time. Keep sizzling..

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"chad bots" Discussed on Hustleshare

Hustleshare

06:51 min | 2 years ago

"chad bots" Discussed on Hustleshare

"So it was done. All overnight DiMaggio ITO nineties, but Shane off, you know, hard work substitute for harbor is not being persistent and. Nothing. Hustle share the plug cast features daily grind unique hustlers around the world. To show not our differences. That are hustles are very much alike. Here's your host roster beef young. Welcome to episode twenty six the share a podcast. My name is Ron Stor. I'm your host. And this episode is brought to you by payroll hero, a time attendance. Scheduling HR imperial solution for Philippine if you're in new this show Waltham on just you're about to learn something extraordinary today, because this episode is extra special. However, like to remind you that this episode Hasbro fatty in it. So there's kids listening. You make sure that is about to listen to the cuss words that were to unleash because today, we're gonna be talking to someone who's extraordinary to save the least because he is the founder of two apps that have reached eighty million users in total. And I'm talking about the surprise shot Petit the founder of broke badly and. Group today is going to be one of those episodes. It's you're just going to be completely blown away about this guy's hustle. Because today, he's going to be sharing a lot about how he built these two apps that a lot of Philippine are addicted to us before that he's going to share with us how he began his journey skewed in, in India slows steamer school, how he became an assistant vice president at a young age of twenty three in a Bank in the United States also he's going to be sharing with us. Why he decided to move back to India to pursue his entrepreneurial journey and there. He's going to be also sharing the true startups he had to lodge prior his two mega hits are about cathedral now with the first being near group where he was able to grow that the twenty million users in two years without spending anything on marketing and the second being crow found league. Where he was able to reach sixty million users in just three months at for shot. What's extra generous because he's gonna share his tips on how to build that scale his advice to people that are putting up a startup most importantly, he's Jenner reveal the real answer is cruel. Families will actually reveal the identity of people who ask questions the platform. So I hope you're taking down notes because you're going to be learning a lot in this episode so through ready to learn the hustle behind profoundly in near group. Let's begin this episode right now. What to the latest episode of hustle share? It's a very special episode because we have on the show today, someone who has the Midas touch increa- eating super duper viral apps, and you don't even know it. You're probably using one of these now you've used it and you don't even know. So we're talking about this app called profoundly. Everybody's using it. And the reason I found out about it because he's a Latin like what the hell are you guys doing as profoundly? And checked it out. Apparently when I looked it up, it's the people that built near group and today, we're going to be talking to founder to discover the hustle behind near group amd profoundly mister bre, Sean. Petit is there that I say that correctly. That's, that's absolutely right. Guys. Welcome to the show percent. Thank you so much. So we're lucky because. Shot of been bugging, this game for Buicks now in all of a sudden, he tells me, yo I'm going to Philippines. They lau. Hey, I gotta see you. Oh, so just a little bit backstory, I met for Sean last year in echelon, this big conference that's happening around this week as well. Last year saws with, like, dude. I know these guys is near group was such a big thing in. It's also in the messenger game but I'll shut up now. Skew what it is. But what's your hustle? So guys, we're running to ads on Facebook, and we have also been in Bennett app now. So one is called near group and the other one is called us profoundly. And apparently, both of them picked up really well, in Philippines, viral city, people have their Facebook, but just just to shed light for those people who don't know what near group and profoundly, can you define each and what they do? Of course. So group basically is a Chad bot which allows you to meet people nearby in a very fun and interesting way. Okay. So the way near groupon chances very, very different than other dating apps, which you might have known or heard up like tender inside. It's completely opposite. Okay. So at near group things do not dig in with images, the, the motor of near group is that we really believe humans are more than images. Absolutely right. Because it can't be everybody doesn't have a picture game. And do you know how cat is always catfish? People with images images, I do these images, edited filter people put their younger selves right now. Snapchat filter to makes you like a girl or a boy, what the hell? Technologies crazy especially in the imaging side. So this eliminates that, and you do it on the other way around. How do you do that? So the way near groupon chances you basically. Tell us your preferences over the Chad bought ask you bunch of questions and on the basis of those bunch of questions we, we basically connect you directly to chat with somebody who's nearby. You nearby. So proximity is a big the big thing here. It's a proximity, and your of recommendation engine, depending on your preferences connected to somebody now in the beginning, you both start chatting. You don't see each the images. However, if both few continue the conversation and chat long enough. Each of the images. This lake magic. You gotta earn it you to earn it so

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"chad bots" Discussed on The All Turtles Podcast

The All Turtles Podcast

02:54 min | 2 years ago

"chad bots" Discussed on The All Turtles Podcast

"We're so excited to be joined by Michelle Joe, the co founder and CEO of Judy Michelle. Thanks so much for joining us. Hi, michelle. And thank you for. You might be me. Can you tell us a little bit about Judy or maybe walking back your work at IBM as a researcher and kind of how you came to to build this product share? Oh, I spend almost fifteen years at IBM research an IBM Watterson group. So my passion has always been about a human machine symbiosis some big fan with Assyria by the mighty professor called the Likud writer. So he was talking about it is the ultimate goal is having machine and humans work together and collaborate with each other. So that idea have Bill to a conversational systems. And also having a way of will. Oh, understanding analyzing people Stater analyzing people as the unique individuals and on the LA. That level actually help people. So from there, I want to do start you g to really further the research Hugh in area in the field of a human machine symbiosis. So basically, jeez artificial intelligence company, and we specialize in creating what we call it a empathetic and a responsible artificial intelligence agents. That's interesting. What's the mission of the company to develop this? So the company you'll laugh I'm wondering have you watched the movie her? Sure. Yeah. So we really wanted to create a platform where we can basically build a her for everyone, of course, empathetic and responsible her for everyone, and who actually can understand people as unique individual and guide them in a very personal way. What's the use case that solving for is it loneliness is a specific work example, or? Great question. So you can think about this type of her can be used the wide variety of the domains. So for example, house care so thinking about a you are recuperating from your knee surgery, or maybe you are recuperating for particular type Afam like a disease, right? So this companion AI companion con actually a- ah companies through this recovering process and encourage you because the to really understand who you are your interests your needs and your personality, so they can give very personalized the guidance ending courage -ment is there a certain degree of tricking users that they're interacting with a human. Or is this known that this is an AI? This is Chad bot, you know, I'm I'm recovering from surgery. And when I really want is some time with my doctor to help me through this..

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"chad bots" Discussed on Bad Science

Bad Science

03:16 min | 2 years ago

"chad bots" Discussed on Bad Science

"But think well first of all so many questions about like what kind of information we need on somebody to recreate them after death. So that's one element of it. But the other is the moral question of like is that okay? Like, can we bring someone back against their will after they died just because we can should we? And also, it seemed like that would be the worst person to bring back because he has you know, he has so much so much to say on a thought and consciousness and life and making peace with death and all of these other things. So then to be like, hey, you're deaf isn't permanent, and we will come. We'll make you come back, but won't really be you. But we'll get to experience you without you actually being there felt layers of fucked up. I would say before it was. Something really smart that I could think of one person that'd be worse to bring back and his name rhymes with Schnitler. Passionate ler. So wouldn't it be great to bring him back to? So we can have our way with him. Hey back. Wear and see what everyone does. So I wanted to say about this. So it was already done. Actually, I heard about a story of a woman who recreated her husband or boyfriend? I don't remember exactly through his conversations on Facebook. So she took all of his conversations all the conversational history. And then created like just feted into this algorithm. That kind of predict what he would respond when people ask. So he she created a Chad bot from her representing her husband rights, so and that that and that was an I read the story, and I was I had. No, that's okay. Because you know, you I mean, it's it's not a technological issue. But you know, that it's easy to make that. But it's just that, you know, there's so many locations on people like, you know, his parents and here they can go there, and and the his wife she went there all the time and chatted with him. But she was a program. And she knew she knew. This was not him. And you know, and she couldn't let go for a long time. She couldn't let go, but it kind of also helped to heal a bit. But also, you know, it was very conflicting. And I read some comments, you know, some people again different values, right? Some people said this is great. You know, we should do it for everybody. And people said, no, we should not do it on the internet. That's interesting. I mean, I guess it's kind of like how people believe that their loved ones are still around in some way. Like, there's you know religions that believe that they like exist in this realm in some other way, and they have conversations with them that provide them some kind of closure. But also is that false like and it, and if it is like, do we we don't hold religion accountable in that way. We're just like everyone can have their religion. And that's fine. But when it comes to creating a product or something that's sold or even for free on the internet. There's a lot of there's a lot more moral discussion around it than there is around something like religion, which is..

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"chad bots" Discussed on Inside Intercom Podcast

Inside Intercom Podcast

03:13 min | 3 years ago

"chad bots" Discussed on Inside Intercom Podcast

"And helping with prior to and even looking into these how we think about our territories in our models, and and the companies that we're going after so that's kind of a short term one. I think chat is definitely a current trend right now and how people are rethinking chatter. Remember when no back in the nineties and two thousands Chapman. One thing. It doesn't. It means something totally different. Now, it's bringing that that conversation forward. And trying to gauge people in conversation is as soon as you possibly can. I think that's important throughout the entire customer by cycle. If they wanna chat, you should be able to chat if you wanna call you should be able to call and and making sure that you have the right information available to the customer. So they're question can get answered right away with your your you called your new bought answer pot, so useful. So those are two immediate trends. What do I see going on in the in the future is really, you know, I I want to say the reason that I got into this space is I'd love to see sales and marketing continue to get more aligned. I think ABM is just the start of that. And where you really are bringing all your resources to bear on the customers that have are your greatest opportunity. So being able to see that bringing everybody together to try and give those customers the best possible service that they can wish for and while still remaining human. Everybody wants to say I and I think that will also change the game in terms of what can be learned. But at the end of the day, it's still people who are buying from people. And so figuring out how those blend and meaningful way will be probably in the next two year window. I would imagine it is something that we believe is is a big opportunity to and something we feel pretty strongly about the movement to having Bose striving to be personal. But also doing it at scale, and how does outta mation and bought and chat, bots, and automation technology feed into that. And how can we leverage technology like outta mation tolls and Chad bots to help delivered the personal interaction? The we acclaim enforce customers. And we know our customers want from from us. So that's where we believe is an exit of invasion. This tagline is science and sincerity at scale. So it's not our tagline. But it's one of. Mantras we have I guess it's probably word. So kind of building on that our mission is very similar in in a way is thinking about how can we make internet business personal? And we believe that the communication tools will continue to evolve. And we'll be able to do that outta mation going to be big part of that. But humans going to have to to be part of that too. So thank you for your time. Really? Appreciate it. This is great. I had such a good time quickly. So thank you. Thank you. You've been listening to the inside intercom podcast for more episodes. Visit soundcloud dot com slash intercom. If you'd like to subscribe search for inside intercom in items for Stitcher, and for even more, great, content checkout blog, Entercom dot com.

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"chad bots" Discussed on The Changelog

The Changelog

04:02 min | 3 years ago

"chad bots" Discussed on The Changelog

"WS mobile CLI you can spin up like a new bought and then you can interact with it using a couple of different components from the amplify robbery, we have Chad bot component, which is a comp- reconfigured component that already has all of the you on the actual code written to handle the back and forth, or you can use the interactions category which gives you direct access. So which you would end up doing is you create your, but you import that interactions category and he's sending messages to the bought and the butts basically the way that they work is you have a trigger message that kind of triggers the body. So if you have a bought that wants to, for instance, like book you a hotel reservation, you might have a few different triggers that say that are things like book a hotel, or I won't to take a trip or whatever. So you would have a list of these triggers, and if you can get something from the user that matches close. Then that Bob gets triggered and then you can do a couple of things without body. You can send that trigger thrill Lambda function and do more complex things, or you can just send back like a list of utterances that you wanted then to say to the user. So say that the of booking a hotel gets triggered, then you maybe have like four different questions that you ask the user. So you would say things like what? What city, what number of people are going to be staying in the room so on and so forth. And then you capture that data and they need to do stuff with it. So what you can do with that data normally would be you have some other application or some other service that you're going to be hitting with that data, and then you return response back to these are. That's awesome. That's a very easy way to get chat bots going to have a medic question about chat bots and that maybe he can pull you it on this as well. Remember a couple of years ago when everybody was saying like chat is the new UI and like chat bots are going to take over your world and all these things. Facebook. Facebook was saying that it was like a twenty sixteen. I don't know if it was two years ago or one year ago, but like the, you know, the round of conferences like the it was Facebook, let's face post called sums up what's it called? What's up? No, Facebook's developer conference, but a call a. Yeah, f- eight and then like build and then Google, and then WDC you like that timeframe and chat bots where the rage, like everybody who's going to have chat conversational you is this is the next thing. And it's two years later now or maybe it's only a year of my memory's, not serving Ryan, but then not. I'm not trying to knock chat bots here. Natter. I'm just thinking like lar more bigger picture. It seems like that didn't really take hold like, is that really do we see that as a thing that's happening. I mean, you can see this happened in in blockchain technology over the last year as well. And then with before that, I think what happens is there's a ton of hype around something, and then people expect too much of it at an early stage and we're seeing people they Powell on. And then they don't get the expected outcome from the hype. So it kind of falls back to the wayside. But people are slowly actually improving the technologies around these things. And then later on they are fruitful and I think that's what you saw with artificial intelligence. And now it's starting to pay dividends. And I think you saw that with chat bots where now you're actually seeing more of that come into play. It's not as big a deal as you would have thought it would be right still starting to play a role with Alexa and different different areas that you're seeing, and then you're seeing with blockchain technology. I don't really know where that is about the the beginning of this, the downturn of the initial hype cycle and then that's going to slowly build back up. Yeah, I think it's kinda quiet down and people are just busy building. Really it's tools like these and it services, and it's tooling a lot of its tooling to to put into our us developers hands and allow us to to more easily play with these things and build things, and start with a toy app or toy service and then think, okay, I can.

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