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2018 is the year chatbots join the enterprise

GUEST: It’s safe to say that 2017 was a flop for the chatbot. All the predictions made out that this was going to be the year that we saw enterprise-wide adoption of bots. That hasn’t been the case, primarily, because enterprise is not paying close attention to its own behavior. Consumers have already adopted bots as […]
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