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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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Posted in Policy Reporting Risk

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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Posted in Culture Productivity Suppliers

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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Posted in Service Suppliers

Michael Jacques On How AI, Machine Learning And Chatbots Will Impact Managed Travel

There are lots of buzzwordy technologies coming to the fore. We use many of them in our everyday lives whether or not we realize it,…

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Posted in Methods Suppliers

Academic Envisions The Future Of Business Travel Booking, Seeks Early Adopters

San Diego – Not every Global Business Travel Association convention produces an affirmative answer to the question, “Anything new this year?” Last week’s did. Sitting…

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Talking Approvals And Expenses With Unit4’s Digital Assistant

Unit4 provides enterprise resource planning systems to governments, not-for-profits, higher education and professional service firms. Based in Utrecht, the Netherlands, it’s known in corporate travel…

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U.S. Federal Government Funds Artificial Intelligence For Travel Risk Management

Monitoring the “dark web” for chatter to predict terrorist activity is expensive and largely the purview of law enforcement. Travel risk management startups, however, are…

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