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IS 2019 THE YEAR OF THE HUMAN?

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Automated customer support has a bad reputation. And perhaps it’s well-deserved. We’ve all cringe at the sound of the automated voice at the other end of the line asking us for the same account number we just entered. As the next wave of chatbots reemerge in the customer service arena with promises to make life better for everyone, we’re seeing a backlash against artificial intelligence (AI). From Super Bowl ads to breakroom conversations, people are expressing their concerns about an AI takeover. That fear is based on the misconception that bots can do all the same things human agents can.

Join this on-demand webinar for an in-depth look at the difference between intelligence and cognition, and what this means for the future of human customer support. We’ll explore:
  • Human cognition versus intelligence and the limits of AI.
  • The fear that bots will drive human customer service agents into extinction.
  • How to automate processes without automating relationships.
  • Shifting—not disappearing—jobs for humans.

 

Presented By:

Judith Platz

VP, Support Services Research, TSIA

Coty Smith

Product Manager, Bold360 by LogMeIn

Publish Date: April 4, 2019