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The Facebook Messenger platform opens many doors for easier, better digital interactions by enabling businesses to embed codes in chat conversations. Businesses can now obtain user messages, translate them into action requests, and send back automatically generated or manually-typed-by-human responses to the users. This is a faster, simpler, and richer experience than mobile app interactions, which require users to navigate through a mobile app, click on different links, load new…

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Cannes, June 23, 2016 --American Express today unveiled its plans to work with Facebook to explore innovative new experiences to interact with Card Members in Messenger. The concept demonstrated how American Express® Card Members could sign up to receive real-time notifications about their purchases, and important information about Card benefits and services related to those purchases, via an Amex bot for Messenger. For example, if a Platinum Card® Member purchases…

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This year’s NBA Finals offers a star-studded cast of characters: reigning MVP Stephen Curry, legend LeBron James and, of course, a new Facebook Messenger Bot.A highly anticipated rematch of last year’s clash between Mr. James’ Cleveland Cavaliers and Mr. Curry’s Golden State Warriors is set to tip off Thursday night. But before the players hit the court, the league is also unveiling a bot designed to help fans find their favorite highlights via Facebook Messenger.If fans…

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Linklaters and Pinsent Masons have become the latest law firms to invest in artificial intelligence, as the legal profession tries to automate the mundane tasks that have traditionally been the preserve of junior lawyers.Linklaters has developed Verifi, a computer program that can sift through 14 UK and European regulatory registers to check client names for banks. The company said it could process thousands of names overnight.Edward Chan, banking partner at Linklaters,…

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Dag Kittlaus and Adam Cheyer created the artificial intelligence behind Siri, Apple's iconic digital assistant, and one of the first modern apps to capably handle natural language queries on a smartphone. Today the pair showed off their newest creation, Viv, a next generation AI assistant that they have been developing in stealth mode for the last four years. The goal was to create a better version of Siri, one that connected to…

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