How to get started with Conversational AI

Conversational AI has been on the radar for many organisations over the last few years. With such demand, it is important for organisations to understand what exactly Conversational AI is and how to implement it to achieve transformative efficiencies and the outcomes desired.

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Scaling RPA with Conversational AI Assistants

Industry analysts Gartner predicts that the global Robotic Process Automation (RPA) market will grow to $1.89 billion by next year. This huge growth illustrates the vast appetite for automation within enterprises, however up until now many organisations have struggled to scale their RPA projects beyond POCs or individual use cases.

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Humley Joins Atos Horizons SME Programme

Humley a UK-based technology innovator of conversational AI, has joined Horizons, a pioneering programme from Atos, a global leader in digital transformation, that brings together the best talent and solutions from the SME community.

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Humley Establishes Technology Alliance with Automation Anywhere

Humley, an innovative provider of Conversational AI Assistants, today announced its technology alliance with Automation Anywhere, a leader in robotic process automation (RPA). The collaboration will enable organisations to extend the transformational benefits of intelligent automation to HR Teams through the combination of RPA and Conversational AI Assistants, that enable the automation of HR processes.

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Humley Secures £700k Investment to Scale for Growth

Humley today announced that it has secured £700k investment to support its rapid growth trajectory. Humley secured the investment from MEIF Proof of Concept & Early Stage Fund, which is managed by Mercia and part of the Midlands Engine Investment Fund, Mercia’s own EIS funds and a private investor.

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Humley launches free COVID-19 Digital AI Assistant

In recent years, RPA providers have sought to extend the benefits of their ‘bots’ to front office and people led processes. However, these processes typically deal with unstructured data (often created by humans) and can be difficult to apply pre-determined logic and rules to because of its unpredictable nature. Through deploying their technology in combination with AI technology, these barriers can be overcome.

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