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SAP Concur Shows A Bot That Would Answer Employee Questions

SAP Concur last month demonstrated a chatbot that would answer client employees’ frequently asked questions about travel and expense policies. As long as it works,…

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Why Use AI For Audits? ‘The Mind Gets Trained To Have A Positive Bias’

The number of fraud examiners using artificial intelligence and machine learning to detect and deter fraud is expected to triple in the next two years….

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Keesup Choe On Why Travel Management Is Slow To Get Its Upgrade

With every breakthrough in artificial intelligence, we humans must adapt our expertise. Keesup Choe, CEO at data and intelligence firm PredictX, sees automation as a…

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Simon Barker On Artificial Intelligence Giving Us More Time To Think

Artificial intelligence is a popular topic among The Company Dime’s advisors. Previous guest posts focused on AI’s potential in travel management and society at large, ramifications…

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Travel Incorporated’s Voice Data Solution Nears Launch As Other Developers Show Mixed Enthusiasm

Georgia-based Travel Incorporated expects later this month to publish its voice-response assistant on Amazon’s Alexa Skills store. The product remained in the design stage for…

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Yael Klein On The (Digital) Error In Reasoning

Artificial intelligence will mean many things to many industries. In travel management, it already helps to personalize booking experiences for travelers. Moving forward, it also…

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Eric Tyree On The Future Of Artificial Intelligence And Humanity

The debate on how to appropriately incorporate artificial intelligence into everyday life will become more intense as the robots get smarter. There are moral as…

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