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Getting an artificial intelligence bot to work for your Airport

Posted: 18 January 2018 | | 1 comment

Artificial intelligence has been around for a long time. However recent advances in machine learning and access to cloud computing have allowed organisations to implement effective AI solutions.

In 2016, Dan Olley, famed CTO of Elsevier said: “If CIOs invested in machine learning three years ago, they would have wasted their money. But if they wait another three years, they will never catch up.”

In the airport sector AI bots have a wide variety of valuable uses from reserving and paying for parking, to delivering micro-targeted marketing messages. Download ebo’s whitepaper to discover how AI Bots can revolutionise customer communications, cut costs and drive growth for airports.

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One response to “Getting an artificial intelligence bot to work for your Airport”

  1. Paul says:

    We’re working with 60+ airports to provide passengers with data driven AI, this provides passengers with real-time, highly personalised information direct to their mobile device (via their social platform of choice, Twitter, Facebook and WeChat).

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