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Evolution of Bots – Chat Bots and Conversational Apps

Bots are nothing new in the digital world. They have been around for quite some time, quietly operating and interacting with people. And surely, you have had a chance to talk with one. For instance, those digital secretaries that make you press a specific button or speak into the phone are a type of bot. Also, in the early development of computers there were some pioneers, like ELIZA, and you have probably tried speaking with it via text and trying to outsmart it.
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