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"watson assistant" Discussed on Ridiculous History

Ridiculous History

08:09 min | 3 months ago

"watson assistant" Discussed on Ridiculous History

"Smart to work. Is it IBM DOT COM Slash Watson Assistant to learn more? Let's imagine a world where no one ever cuts corners. Potato chip bags are filled to the top or the car in front of you at the Stop. Light notices when it turns green will a place like this exists where squared pizzas are placed in the square boxes and wings come jumbo sides. We're talking about Ledo pizza with an all new online ordering website for easy ordering. Ledo. Pizza Square because Ledo pizza never cuts corners check it out at Ledo Pizza. Dot Com. Keep in mind that. If you are British television viewer in the nineteen fifties, you have two choices of television program. You have to channels, the BBC I it. So Panorama is the biggest news programme on the BBC. As I said earlier, it has viewership ten million. Weekly every Monday night at eight PM and since nineteen fifty, five about two years before this break occurs it had been hosted by that I caught it Richard Dimbleby he was one of the most well known revered public figures in the country if he said it. People figured it must be true. So someone once said, one of his coworkers once said of Dimbleby as quoted in hoaxes dot org that he had enough gravitas, the flute, an aircraft carrier, and this is important because if it had been some other narrator, a lot of people probably wouldn't have taken this as Gospel. But because he was the guy saying that people thought it had to be true even if it sounded really really strange now, as I said earlier, he had been pitching this idea for a long long time. It wasn't until nineteen fifty seven that he was able to convince other people to go along with it couldn't do this himself as just the cameraman. So the writer David Wheeler loved the idea. Because you know as a lot of these narrators, news programs don't do the research or writing so. Wheeler was the writer of program. He loved it, and then they went to the editor guy named Michael Peacock and they said, let's make this weird thing happened peacock of course is is he likes his co workers obviously and who doesn't like a good joke, but they really have to sell it to him and Diego's stresses. Diego talks Turkey, he talks the financial ends, which is always I can assure you always a great way to start selling stuff in a corporate gig. He said, you know it's going to be cheap to create this. It's not going to be it's not going to cost us a bunch I'm already GonNa be in Switzerland so we'll do I'll just do that while I'm there you don't have to pay me extra. We don't have to pay anybody extra to do this. We can just also do it along with the real news we were already planning on reporting and peacock went for it. He had a good good humor dude, and he gave them one hundred pounds with which to to film this extra little side quest with which isn't a ton of money but it was enough to cover the cost of production of buying some some materials for set dressing. We'll get into a little bit but yeah, the writer for Panorama. was also clearly on board with this prank because he wrote the script in that Voice of the show to add that extra level of credibility that was just really hit home when Richard Dimbleby himself wrote the the three hundred, fifty word scripts in in those those. Tones that the British people knew. So well of dimbleby that really kind of imparted that level of authority to the whole proceeding and made it much more easy to believe this way what you're hearing was a real thing So they set out Switzerland, in March of that year they have a few like a like a handler I guess from the Swiss. Tourist. Office who had helped him scout some locations It was kind of nasty weather was cold and drizzly and Unfortunately, a lot of the trees were bare but they did eventually find a spot that was suitable for the shoot. It was Near hotel and castaway on off of the shores of Lake Lugano and it was surrounded by some evergreen trees Laurel trees. So that was exactly what they needed to to sell the effect, which was which was achieved with some pretty great practical I. If you know what I mean Mia we get into we get into some prop work, the kind of problems that Casey I know you know this they can be very familiar to independent filmmakers If you've ever worked in something where you are trying to make the perfect fake blood where you are, you know had to we had this actor that we. Had to paint entirely blue in a way that looked like he was blue and not just Beta basically anyway. So Diego runs into some stuff like this where does his budget go? Well, at least part of it goes to twenty pounds of uncooked homemade spaghetti. He tries to hang it from those laurel tree branches you mentioned earlier Knoll, and then he encountered some problems I spaghetti would dry out quickly it wouldn't hang from the branches right they happen kind of taping it up there. Then he said, okay, we'll cook it and then we'll hang it. But then if we cook it, it becomes too slippery and it. Slides off the branches onto the ground. So we can't get the shot and then the tourist rep from the Swiss tourist office who was hanging out with the Acre there said, okay let's put the uncooked spaghetti between these damp cloths will keep it kind of moist i. feel the way about the word moist that you feel about can spaghetti o's by the way but that's the correct word they keep it up, keep it moist and then he hire some local young women to wear the the traditional national costume of Switzerland and he films them hanging Spaghetti and the trees climbing ladders will wicker baskets. Lay In this spaghetti in the sun, he gets the shots. He needs pretty quickly once they figure out how to get spaghetti hanging from the trees Spaghetti Division here in Switzerland is not of course, candidate on anything like the tremendous scale of the Italian industry. Many of you I'm sure we'll have seen pictures of the vast spaghetti plantations in the Po Valley. For the Swiss, however, it tends to be more of a family affair. Another reason why this may be a bumpy year lies in the virtual disappearance of the spaghetti weevil the tiny creature whose depredations of caused much concern in the past. And then because he's he seems like ultimately really nice dude he says, Hey, you guys are doing such a wonderful job acting me at least make you dinner and he serves them. Spaghetti. I think this is really funny guys. It's. So it really does remind me of like a monty python sketch. There's something there the absurdity of this I don't know what do you think Casey does do. I find this delightful it. Yeah. It has that kind of high absurdity and I love the mix of that with the authority of the BBC behind it ll. It's sort of like the ultimate betrayal in a way because they're sort of branding themselves like objective truth and so to mess with people. There's probably people that were skeptical of it to begin with, but they thought well, it's the BBC like what they're not gonNA mess with this. What are they GONNA do funding? Exactly exactly. So yeah, it reminds me of a war of the worlds you know Casey on the case. So. Here we go this. There's there's something else that's happening here. So while the footage is rush back to London wells being edited, they're adding music. They're choosing the right kind.

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"watson assistant" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

02:17 min | 4 months ago

"watson assistant" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Quiet works for both men and women go to get Z quiet dot com and Inter promo code Sleep to say, 20% that's get z quiet dot com Promo code Sleep to SAVE 20% That's gets e quiet dot com promo codes. Today. Every answer matters more than ever before, because whether it's about health deliveries or finance some things just can't wait. That's why IBM is helping businesses manage millions of calls, texts and chats with Watson assistant. It's conversationally. I designed to help your customers find the answers. They need faster. No matter the industry. Let's put smart to work. Visit IBM dot com slash Watson assistant to learn more Right now, Making informed decisions is more important than ever, especially when deciding when to return to the workplace and how to do it safely. That's why IBM Watson is helping businesses prioritize employee safety, manage facilities and trace potential exposures with Watson works a set of a infuse capabilities Your business can protect the health. Safety and productivity of its people. Let's put smart toe work. Visit IBM dot com slash Watson works to learn more Today. Every answer matters more than ever before, because whether it's about health deliveries or finance some things just can't wait. That's why IBM is helping businesses manage millions of calls, texts and chats with Watson assistant. It's conversationally. I designed to help your customers find the answers. They need faster. No matter the industry. Let's put smart toe work. Visit IBM dot com slash Watson assistant to learn more If you're worried about your cholesterol here, how others are taking charge with garlic, my doctor said. My cholesterol was borderline. But I've been taking garlic and it works. I've been taking garlic for years. My pharmacist recommended Charlie, he said. There's an ingredient and garlic that helps maintain healthy cholesterol. Take garlic everyday, no garlic breath. Lots of people like you are choosing garlic to help maintain a healthy cholesterol Garlic, It's cholesterol's natural enemy. The statement have not been evaluated by the FDA. This product's not intended to diagnose treat here over And any disease. Dennis Prager at nine..

"watson assistant" Discussed on Rocketship.fm

Rocketship.fm

04:41 min | 4 months ago

"watson assistant" Discussed on Rocketship.fm

"The answers they need faster no matter the industry. Let's put smart to work visit. IBKR DOT COM Slash Watson Assistant to learn more. It was the model accent was a breakthrough moment for Tesla further expanding its market to serve larger families. Since then they released the model three in the model why the next big defining moment for Tesla, with the announcement of the Cybertrust, a glass shattering moment, we all remember welcome to the cyber truck unveiled. Fronts reckless. Sure Yeah. MIAMI. Well. Maybe, that was a little too hard. It didn't go through us. A. Really okay. So. Man it didn't go through. Off Ad. So. What happened was touted a near indestructible. But when metal ball was thrown from a close range, it completely shattered, but it didn't go through. No. No but they they try to get on the back door and again it's shattered. So. Here's Elon Musk talking with Joe Rogan about the devil. What was it like when the dude through the steal balls at the window and they were supposed to not break broke? Well. Yeah Are. Are orthodontic. Not Expecting that and I, and then I muttered breath. No you didn't Steve Jobs it. No I i. definitely swore but I didn't think the micro picking up and it did And So. Like we practice this. You know buying the scenes. I W-. We don't do. We don't do like cons of practice for for our. Has We're working we're working on. Cars like you know we're willing your technologies and improving the fundamental prog. So we're not spending doing like hundreds of. Practice things or anything like. that. But the the. Just. Hours before the Demo both Franz you. have. Signed an end and I were in the studio thrown steal balls at the windows bounce right off. like, okay. Let's see where to get seems like we got it. Okay And then we think what happened was. When we we when when Franz hip the the door with a sledgehammer. Social like like. Access Gallatin. High strength hardened steel literally. Take wind up with a sledge. You know full on double-handed Sledgehammer. And hit the door and not even been. Cool but we think that that crack the corner of the. Glass. At the bottom and then. Once, you crack the corner of the glass game over. So. Then when he threw the ball that that's what I. Go through. That's true. That's true. It didn't shatter the whole irregular window with eat at just dissolve right So, in hindsight, the boss had been first sledgehammers sack. Live you learn. Okay. So they know what happened why it failed they hit the car with a sledgehammer I and broke the windows either way it was an embarrassment for Tesla but this really didn't do much to dissuade investors which brings us back to today excitement for the company drove up share price to over two thousand dollars before the board approved a five-way stock split allowing smaller investors to afford shares in the company. Some say Tessa was way overvalued some say it's all to the Moon from here. We'll just have to wait and say, thank you so much for listening to rocketship DOT FM. It's your support that keeps the show going rocketship dot. FM is now part of the.

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"watson assistant" Discussed on The Plot Thickens

The Plot Thickens

06:52 min | 7 months ago

"watson assistant" Discussed on The Plot Thickens

"It but it's absolutely true. Or Anthony Perkins they mentioned nobody talks brought. The whole point was to kill off the star. Suddenly was. That's just shock. Well. That's marvelous because you took advantage of not only of the of that but but of the of the Pre of the audience's knowledge knowledge that you can't kill off star another that number get. This is one of the. Reasons for making the audience going from the beginning. Remember I was telling you yesterday at some point that you cannot have blood thinking in suspense everything must be crystal clear in the minds of the audience show that they only have one emotion is to be suspended or absorbed. They mustn't say who's that what is that? What I don't understand that must not go therefore. Killing off Janet Lee, they would've seen the advertising stills and several. If they'd gone hallway through the pixes well wins Janet Lee coming up You see on the rest of the picture they would have been bewildered would. said. WHERE'S JANET? Lee. I'm not until they went around to the second time. You know they have found out was shot to me shocking. Audience thing. Mother. God. Do still feel out as your favorite films or. Favorite. For me because of the of the use of pure cinema to and audience to a moat. They what it wasn't done by words it was done by visual means I would you define pure cinema? Press demise. Is, the complimentary pieces of film. For together like Music Mecca Melody, you know, for example, in rear window where Jimmy Stewart thrown out of the window at the end I just photograph that with feet, legs, arms hits completely montage. Photographed it from a distance a complete action there was no compassion between the two. As. He's sweaty anything could happen to you. Proud of you. You've got enough research warrant now. Oh yeah sure. And the calls is the is the juxtaposition of imagery relating till the mind of the individual. You can have a man look you can have him see something to have them react to it. You can make him reacted various ways. Is See you can make him look at one thing. Look at another without him speaking you can show his mind at were comparing things anyway you there's a complete I've seen nothing to do with acting. Does it? No, not really no no no. No that's that's. That's another thing. No. Not the. Limitless I were say the power of cotton and. Showing, various images, December of them. We'll be right back after this break. Today every answer matters more than ever before because whether it's about health deliveries or finance, some things just can't wait. That's why IBM is helping businesses manage millions of calls, texts, and chats with Watson Assistant. It's conversational AI designed to help your customers, find the answers they need faster no matter. The industry let's put smart to work is IBM DOT COM Slash Watson Assistant to learn more. Isn't Rear Window your major comment on voyeurism. had. Well, I mean his this man who's actually of wire. And of course, he pops up again in cycle I mean Brooklyn. Wire, but but the reason I. Started questions because somebody said recently in an article about the film. They things. Break Film and they call it the tea at your call Hitchcock's testament movie. They mean by that was explained he said. attested movie is. The filmmaker makes his comment. On what he thinks cinema is. So rear window would be considered your testimony because in the sense cinema is a form of wire, isn't because we are looking in. Is. People. So could would you agree with that? I. Guess, show I'LL REMEMBER shown of the Observer called it a horrible film because. Windows A. Crappy remark because who cares. About That kind of thing close everybody's tastes a known fact you know that providing you don't make it too vulgar. You know people aren't Petra point of curiosity people don't care who you count resistant. The not film we're on, we're on Stewart side all the way through the fixture because basically you have made us the audience peeping. Toms to. But isn't something rather pathetic about an rather sympathetic about burs? Murderous confrontation at the end and. It doesn't even answer him. Con-. You know the poor man you know why you know. it's a climax of the peeping Thomason. Isn't it? Ran. Why did you do it but should. You hadn't been peeping Tom Gotten Away with it. But at that point in the film one really. For the first time when really says to oneself you know Stewart's a bit of a bastard. Because you feel a great deal of sympathy for their interest why do that and then it doesn't even answer like how? Can you say it's true. He's really caught in the sense he's caught. He's caught with his pants down for the first time..

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"watson assistant" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

01:50 min | 7 months ago

"watson assistant" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Slash Watson assistant to learn more these can come with hidden costs seasonal allergies so the weather channel built an allergy forecast using IBM Watson it draws insights from local weather data predicting allergy risk up to fifteen days out now you can stay informed and join nice days from what they are get allergy insights with Watson on the weather channel and weather dot com yeah way back machine this fourth of July W. ABC probably teams what totally towers foundation honoring our frontline hero presents an all American red white and blue salute great American music our store started fourth kicks off July fourth starting at six PM three solid hours of music we juries from the may burn here songs and stories from Frankie Valli he likes our special guest seventy seven WABC soundtrack to your fourth of July celebration Lee partnering with towers foundation presenting American for the music sounds best when a motorcycle for fifty two years I started having back pain that turned into a neat could sit on a motorcycle or cycle he loved riding bikes Kaiser Permanente a they decided they needed a.

"watson assistant" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:42 min | 7 months ago

"watson assistant" Discussed on KOMO

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"watson assistant" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:15 min | 7 months ago

"watson assistant" Discussed on KOMO

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"watson assistant" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

01:33 min | 7 months ago

"watson assistant" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"Every hospital every county every country has their own types of regulations or or or rules every time someone is really powerful and that's what we've seen through this pandemic we have an offer with Watson assistant that we've put out there where we are making our technologies available for many of these organizations that are dealing with a pandemic and we're trying to put these technologies are usually in less than one day not just with an assistant but a voice integrated assistant and do that to where I can get up and running in less than a day servicing their constituents deflecting up to ninety percent of the call volumes they usually will come into a call center after realizing the call centers themselves their employees working from home and are constrained themselves let me go through a few examples that we've seen during this pandemic that I think that will relate to you not only you but to the audience we have hundreds of systems that are now live over twenty countries a lot of them are responding to real time questions around code in nineteen I'll give you one example which is from my home city of Austin Texas we have a Watson assistant on their home page for the city of Austin providing instant answers to their citizens about the code in nineteen situation in.

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"watson assistant" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:49 min | 7 months ago

"watson assistant" Discussed on KOMO

"Its members by replacing negative stereo types with positive affirmations yeah during this historic moment in the fight for racial justice the group is looking to the future ABC Jim a Norman homeowners saluting those on the frontline transformational afternoon news teaching takes a special gift especially when the classroom is a computer for all those keeping learning alive thank you getting through this together komo news one thousand FM ninety seven seven today every answer matters more than ever before because whether it's about health deliveries of finance some things just can't wait that's why IBM is helping businesses manage millions of calls texts and chats with Watson assistant it's conversational AI designed to help your customers find the answers they need faster no matter the industry let's put smart to work E. M. dot com slash Watson assistant to learn more for businesses around the world today isn't to restart it to rethink that's why they're partnering with IBM retailers are keeping their systems up as millions of orders move online call centers are using IBM Watson to manage an influx of customer questions with A. I. and solutions built on the IBM cloud are helping doctors care for patients remotely today we are we thinking biz four let's put smart to work visit IBM dot com slash marked to learn more komo news one thousand FM ninety seven seven bill dance magic nation with a gift from lows this father's day backyard coasters and power his projects with global twenty four volt Max XTR power tool starting at one forty nine when you buy one you get a twenty four wheel battery free how about fixing up the family S. U. V. that can do it with a cross eighty one piece mechanics tool set that comes with a lifetime warranty only sixty nine ninety eight visit Los in store online coupled offer valid through three Crespin offer about three seven thirty one while supplies last she is is just a really really good guy the term good egg isn't enough to describe he's also certified organic and free range which puts the cap back on everything the tooth paste olive oil shampoo every day he lets his ten year old nephew beat him that virtual tennis even though he can straight up slay his ten year old nephew to tennis when the toilet paper is running low which replaces the role on the actual folder not just on the back of the toilet reach is texting and driving rich what are you.

"watson assistant" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

03:06 min | 7 months ago

"watson assistant" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"Don't have answers at hand and so they're quite frustrating for end users who really want answers at their fingertips so the situation that we're embarking on is the use of more restraint kind of day I keep believed to be able to answer those questions this pandemic that we have with Kobe nineteen is no different I want to think about the amount of uncertainty that they are in the world because of the nineteen you know a few months ago the very beginning it was what are the symptoms of cocaine and teens how do I tell whether my own child may have come in nineteen what was happening is one of the call volumes that were coming into the hospitals and government organizations were overwhelming the system such that doctors and nurses and public servants were spending a lot of time answering questions first is facing the pandemic itself so we saw a huge surge in request to be able to use AI powered assistants like Watson assistant to be able to answer those questions and it has expanded from just help me understand what the symptoms are you know where I can go get tested to now other things that are downstream white water unemployment benefits for my state how do I actually applied for a small business loan demand in times that are so uncertain especially when you look at how every hospital every county every country has their own types of regulations or or or rules someone is really powerful and what we've seen through this pandemic we have an offer with Watson assistant we've put out there where we are making our technologies available for many of these organizations that are dealing with a pandemic and we're trying to put these technologies are usually in less than one day not just with an assistant but voice integrated assistant and do that to where I can get up and running in less than a day servicing their constituents deflecting up to ninety percent of the call volumes they usually would come into a call center you have to realize that the call centers themselves their employees working from home and are constrained themselves there.

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"watson assistant" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:14 min | 7 months ago

"watson assistant" Discussed on KOMO

"After this today every answer matters more than ever before because whether it's about health deliveries of finance some things just can't wait that's why IBM is helping businesses manage millions of calls texts and chats with Watson assistant it's conversational landmine designed to help your customers find the answers they need faster no matter the industry let's put smart to work E. M. dot com slash Watson assistant to learn more for businesses around the world today isn't to restart it to rethink that's why they're partnering with IBM retailers are keeping their systems up as millions of orders move online call centers are using IBM Watson to manage an influx of customer questions with A. I. and solutions built on the IBM cloud are helping doctors care for patients remotely today we are we thinking four let's put smart to work visit IBM dot com slash marked to learn more it's Thursday night grabbing drinks with some friends started off with a pitcher for the table which quickly becomes too there's a pool then there's the photo card every squeeze in say cheese followed naturally by an order of wings and another we get special rare sauce then there's the ceremonial like cats so what are we doing this weekend and lastly it's back to the car which if you're buzzed could be the most expensive night of your life getting pulled over for buzz driving could cost you around ten thousand dollars in fines legal fees increased insurance rates nothing kills a buzz like getting pulled over for bus driving because buzzed driving is drunk driving brought to you by the national highway traffic safety administration and the ad council she is she's just a really really good guy the term good egg isn't enough to describe he's also certified organic and free range which puts the.

"watson assistant" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:13 min | 7 months ago

"watson assistant" Discussed on KOMO

"Summer's here and it's time to enjoy the season that means it's time to feed your yard with Scott it's easy to help your lawn stand up to summers where to keep it lush and green and help prevent those brown spots it's time to get outside and enjoy every day I just got you covered because even though this summer may feel different the best things never change so let's get to it it's time to enjoy your garden Scott it's a good idea today every answer matters more than ever before because whether it's about health deliveries or finance some things just can't wait that's why IBM is helping businesses manage millions of calls texts and chats with Watson assistant it's conversational AI designed to help your customers find the answers they need faster no matter the industry let's put smart to work E. M. dot com slash Watson assistant to learn more bill dance imagination with a gift from lows this father's day backyard coasters power his projects with global twenty four volt Max XTR power tool starting at one forty nine when you buy one you get a twenty four volt battery free how about fixing up the family S. U. V. that can do it with a cross eighty one piece mechanics tool set that comes with a lifetime warranty only sixty nine ninety eight visit Los in store online coupled offer valid through three Crespin offer about three seven thirty one while supplies last secondhand smoke kills more than four hundred infants and forty one thousand adult non smokers every year second hand smoke exposure is when non smokers breathe in smoke exhaled by smokers or from burning tobacco products states and cities can work to prohibit smoking in indoor public areas and work sites including restaurants bars and casinos health care providers can help patients who smoke to quit and encourage non smoking patients to avoid secondhand smoke exposure everyone can make their homes and cars one hundred percent smoke free not allow anyone to smoke around children avoid public places where smoking is allowed and talk to children about why they shouldn't smoke or be.

"watson assistant" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:06 min | 7 months ago

"watson assistant" Discussed on KOMO

"Watson assistant I'm Julie Bowen and I'm here to tell you it's impossible to beat cancer alone that's why stand up to cancer is asking for your help it takes all of us to be cancer join the movement now that stand up to cancer dot org for businesses around the world today isn't to restart it to rethink that's why they're partnering with IBM retailers are keeping their systems up as millions of orders move online call centers are using IBM Watson to manage an influx of customer questions with A. I. and solutions built on the IBM cloud are helping doctors care for patients remotely today we are we thinking four let's put smart to work visit IBM dot com slash marked to learn more J. the impossible is happening someone is coming thanks to the leukemia and lymphoma society foundations with blood cancer coming home to live a normal life when used to pull and then asks you accelerate promising treatments that save lives such as harnessing the immune system to fight cancer well creating personalized therapies for patients analysts has been involved in nearly every major block time to break through in the past fifteen years would you support and then as you support the most pioneering cancer research helped usher in more people home thanks June Sunday into to do find out more join us nice days can come with him because he's an all allergies so the weather channel is using IBM Watson to predict local allergy risk up to fifteen days out get allergy insights with Watson on the weather channel and weather dot com.

"watson assistant" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

01:36 min | 7 months ago

"watson assistant" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Matter more than ever before that's why IBM is helping businesses manage customer questions with Watson assistant it's conversational AI designed to work for any industry let's put smart to work visit IBM dot com slash Watson assistant for businesses around the world today isn't to restart it to rethink that's why they're partnering with IBM retailers are keeping their systems up as millions of orders move online call centers are using IBM Watson to manage an influx of customer questions with A. I. and solutions built on the IBM cloud are helping doctors care for patients remote today we are we thinking four let's put smart to work visit IBM dot com slash marked to learn more today every answer matters more than ever before because whether it's about health deliveries or finance some things just can't wait that's why IBM is helping businesses manage millions of calls texts and chats with Watson assistant it's conversational landmine designed to help your customers find the answers they need faster no matter the industry let's put smart to work visit IBM dot com slash Watson assistant to learn more this enabled or seventy seven WABC Alexis skill at home download this seventy seven WABC your phone S. on matters radio seventy seven WABC I'm John this is the job losses so Michael lance and I are entertaining sure that is past.

"watson assistant" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

01:31 min | 7 months ago

"watson assistant" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

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"watson assistant" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

Stuff To Blow Your Mind

03:11 min | 8 months ago

"watson assistant" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

"Are many things that are happening in this space that I. Think are really exciting. Look most of the time when you call into a company for customer service when you get kind of automated machines that are like press one press to you, those are very deterministic. Systems those are not using artificial intelligence. If you look at the real value of having a assistant white Watson Assistant, it's about being able to answer your questions. When you want them as you want them, not in a pre integrated workflow that you have with other deterministic systems and knots has a completely different experience. Because you can start in one part of the conversation, you can go multiple levels deep. You can then go start another thread, and because the way they add components as well as the logic works. You are speaking naturally. You're getting answers in a natural way anywhere actually going between threads, multiple levels deep, that is engaging as you would as a human and what you can with Watson assistant in what makes it such a beautiful experience comparative to what customer? Service! Experiences like when you have those deterministic voice capabilities now one of the. Aspects of calling in engaging with the human operator on the line, is that this generally there is an expectation that they might be empathetic and give appropriate responses for say delicate situations like unemployment claims or healthier 's. Again then they'd be the expectation, if not the actual reality, but then how do you tackle that from an a standpoint? How do you make sure that it is at least seeming to speak with empathy and give those appropriate responses to someone who is in need? Is Hard, understanding the intense that we have not only with Watson but other parts were portfolio, we can understand the tone and the sentiment of the user, and so we can understand if that tone is positive, we can understand if the tone is that the end user is irritated or if they're extremely angry, a lot of that can be understood modeling by their words that the user may be typing. into the screen, but by the way they're tone is when they even speak, and because of that we can actually respond in similar ways where we have the right level of empathy to respond back with. Is cases where we find that. Suppose a user extremely angry. We can pass them off immediately to a human and put that human blue, and that's why you know when you think about artificial intelligence I always think about it as an ingredient in the broader picture, and it actually is something that helps your overall application or your overall customer service experience, and is human assisted like the human needs to be part of that loop at some point, if if there isn't esscalation. So, understanding tone in sentiment is an extremely important thing especially when you're dealing with customer service..

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"watson assistant" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

Stuff To Blow Your Mind

03:21 min | 8 months ago

"watson assistant" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

"Are many things that are happening in this space that I think are really exciting. Look most of the time when you call into a company for customer service when you get kind of automated machines that are like press one press to you. Those are very deterministic. Systems those are not using artificial intelligence. If you look at the real value of having a assistant white Watson Assistant, it's about being able to answer your questions. When you want them as you want them, not in a pre integrated workflow that you have with other deterministic systems and knots has a completely different experience. Because you can start in one part of the conversation, you can go multiple levels deep. You can then go start another thread, and because the way they add components as well as the logic works. You are speaking naturally. You're getting answers in a natural way anywhere actually going between threads, multiple levels deep, that is engaging as you would as a human and what you can with Watson assistant in what makes it such a beautiful experience comparative to what Customer Service Experiences like when you have those deterministic voice capabilities now one of the. Aspects of calling in engaging with the human operator on the line. Is that this generally? There is an expectation that they might be empathetic and give appropriate responses for say delicate situations like unemployment claims or healthier 's. Again then they'd be the expectation. If not the actual reality, but then how do you tackle that from an a standpoint? How do you make sure that it is at least seeming to speak with empathy and give those appropriate responses to someone who is in need? Is Hard understanding the intense that we have not only with Watson, but other parts were portfolio. We can understand the tone and the sentiment of the user, and so we can understand if that tone is positive, we can understand if the tone is that the end user is irritated or if they're extremely angry, a lot of that can be understood modeling by their words that the user may be typing. into the screen, but by the way they're tone is when they even speak, and because of that we can actually respond in similar ways where we have the right level of empathy to respond back with. Is Cases where we find that? Suppose a user extremely angry. We can pass them off immediately to a human and put that human blue, and that's why you know when you think about artificial intelligence, I always think about it as an ingredient in the broader picture, and it actually is something that helps your overall application or your overall customer service experience, and is human assisted like the human needs to be part of that loop at some point, if if there isn't esscalation. So, understanding tone in sentiment is an extremely important thing especially when you're dealing with customer service. You know we see that quite often. You want to understand for example if you have been bill double annual are extremely angry about it..

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