Artificial intelligence (AI) allows machines to perform tasks, with a language closes to natural as possible.
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Artificial Intelligence at the service of companies
All the examples of AI you hear about today – from chess-playing computers to self-driving cars – are based on one or more of the following 5 technologies:
- Natural language processing (NLP)
- Computer vision
- Speech processing
- Expert systems.
These AI technologies rely heavily on machine learning (and particularly on deep learning). Using these technologies, computers (or robots), generally trained with large amounts of data, can accomplish specific tasks by recognizing patterns in data and by similarity and probability calculations, can suggest actions or decide on a course of action by themselves if needed.
How deeplink.ai makes AI useful for business
We provide a simple platform which allows you to create AI-enabled virtual assistants yourself, without any coding experience. These smart virtual assistants, or “bots” or “chatbots” tirelessly respond to the needs of your business and clients. These chatbots serve as a friendly, simple interface between human users, and the powerful AI technology behind the scenes. It is much like using a computer – when you move your mouse across the screen to select a folder, thousands of lines of code are written by your computer to achieve this action – however, you, only have to point and click. By simplifying the interface between humans and AI technology, we create a deep link between the two, allowing for even inexperienced users to create intelligent, AI-enabled systems.
How deeplink.ai allows you to create your own custom AI solutions
We provide you with an easy-to-use, instinctive user platform, that allows you to create a chatbot specifically tailored to your needs. By simply dragging and dropping elements into place, you create quickly a tool embedding a powerful AI engine to answer to your customer. Far more than just a search engine, AI can understand the meaning behind questions, and even more importantly, can be trained over time to “learn” more about your business and your clients, allowing for ever more precise and insightful interactions.