Since messaging apps are popular (Whats App, We Chat, Kik, FB Messenger, etc.) automated, intelligent chatbots, offer a way to establishing a scalable, natural conversation between humans and businesses, while at the same time, increasing quality, consistency and response times.
Chatbots are not at the stage of passing the Turing test, and replace the ability for humans to work on complex problems, but instead, offload simple to moderately complex inquiries automatically – freeing expert staff to work on complex questions.
However, when members have written a post or a reaction, the name they’ve entered in their profile will always be shown, including a link to their profile.
also allows members to turn off this option if they prefer.
We will create an ‘alias’ option in the future for those members who do not want to use their real names, but we strongly believe that professionals should reveal their identity.
in computer science from Carnegie Mellon University (1989). If people click this link, a blocked page may be shown (dependent on your preference).
If we have the impression your e-mail address doesn’t work (anymore) we might contact you via phone.
Whether you will be driving or following is up to you.
(Artificial Linguistic Internet Computer Entity) is a free software chatbot created in AIML (Artificial Intelligence Markup Language), an open, minimalist, stimulus-response language for creating bot personalities like A. Obviously, we’ll use your e-mail address to send you the e-mail newsletters you’ve subscribed to.
We will NEVER spam you, nor publish or nor sell your details to any third party. We will use your e-mail address to notify you about new comments in a post you commented on earlier (you are able to turn this option off for eacharticle), for account settings confirmations (if you’ve changed your password, for example) or for occasional notifications on major changes in the site (typically 1-5 per year).
You can expect us to follow all Expression Engine security guidelines, make backups and we don´t provide passwords to other individuals.
Unfortunately third parties try to destroy the web by putting comment spam (comments placed by robots, with links to dubious websites) onto websites and thus also on