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Applying AI and Chatbots to council planning applications 1200 675 Agile Datum

Applying AI and Chatbots to council planning applications

There’s a wealth of information available to us online 24 x 7 but are we better informed? Possibly not when it comes to specialist areas such as planning law.

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Leading in AI Research and Development 1200 675 Agile Datum

Leading in AI Research and Development

Agile Datum are working with Exeter University to undertake a 2 year programme of advanced AI research and development.

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How National and Local Government are embracing Chatbots 1200 675 Agile Datum

How National and Local Government are embracing Chatbots

National and local governments are leveraging chatbots to engage citizens, make state and local services more easily accessible, and enable administrative operational activities in order to free up staff time to focus on more complex, mission critical initiatives.

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High growth business leaders are investing in AI – Survey Results 1200 675 Agile Datum

High growth business leaders are investing in AI – Survey Results

New research with 800 business leaders across seven European countries and the United States shows how they plan to use AI, and their thoughts on how successful leadership changes as businesses use more AI.

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Microsoft’s Vision for Conversational AI 1200 675 Agile Datum

Microsoft’s Vision for Conversational AI

Today’s intelligent assistants are full of skills. They can check the weather, traffic and sports scores. They can play music, translate words and send text messages. They can even do math, tell jokes and read stories. But, when it comes to conversations that lead somewhere grander, the wheels fall off.

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Enhancing search with AI and Microsoft Vector Search Algorithms 1200 675 Agile Datum

Enhancing search with AI and Microsoft Vector Search Algorithms

Microsoft has made one of the most advanced AI tools it uses to better meet people’s evolving search needs available to anyone as an open source project on GitHub. On Wednesday, it also released user example techniques and an accompanying video for those tools via Microsoft’s AI lab.

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