What Cooldimi offers?
We enable intelligent Chat-Robots, in short Bots
What can I do with a bot?
Before answering this question, Facebook’s introduction of a bot-building platform at its F8 developer conference event April 2016, triggered indirectly some colossal profit increase for the company. Facebook had a wildly successful Q3, earning $7.01 billion in revenue. Facebook destroyed analyst estimates, which were $6.92 billion in revenue
The first thing you can do with a bot you can make money for your company. This is Cooldimi’s bot platform ultimate goal.
Do all bots have intelligence?
Do you mean machine learning intelligence? No. Most of them are rules based. Like this Rubik’s Cube Kuldip Pabla (Cooldimi CTO) built in one day for his son who trains for Rubik speed solving competitions.
For interested, the Rubik's Speed Cubing bot is available at https://t.co/odZxbeft0k
— Kuldip S. Pabla (@coolndeep) November 5, 2016
So what is Cooldimi?
Cooldimi is bot platform. It enables Conversational Economy, meaning one can order services and manage infrastructure with leaving the messenger chat. It focuses on industry specific (narrow) domains, For example a bot calling an Uber car can not be used for email promotions
Cooldimi measures happiness factor using human sentiments It blends Artificial Intelligence with Human Intelligence. Cooldimi makes bots that meet business specific goals and the users are happy. People never buy something they are not happy with.
Cooldimi adds a meaningful conversation in a suitable narrow domain. with clear business goals, directly or indirectly, and we intelligently monitor the bot to make sure it delivers. Do you want to make money?
That will be nice.
Cooldimi makes the difference between (money-in to garbage-out) versus (money-in to a-lot-more-money-out)
Can Artificial Intelligence appear as human intelligence?
Not in the foreseeable feature
According to WILDML blog
Many companies are hoping to develop bots to have natural conversations indistinguishable from human ones, and many are claiming to be using NLP (Natural Language Processing) and Deep Learning techniques to make this possible. But with all the hype around AI it’s sometimes difficult to tell fact from fiction.
Most of the value of deep learning today is in narrow domains where you can get a lot of data. Here’s one example of something it cannot do: have a meaningful conversation. There are demos, and if you cherry-pick the conversation, it looks like it’s having a meaningful conversation, but if you actually try it yourself, it quickly goes off the rails.
What do you mean “it quickly goes of the rails?”
If you’ve actually used any of the personal assistants (PSa) you may be skeptical. Siri still barely understands what you want, and Facebook has put hordes of human workers behind Facebook M to get it to do anything useful. How will these things ever replace all the complex tasks we’re doing apps and browsers?
So you need human intervention. Machine learning can not sort it out by themselves, Have you heard Microsoft TAY?
I did. It made an uproar. How it happened?
>It is a failure that was a success, as we learned so much from it. See Microsoft’s disastrous Tay experiment shows the hidden dangers of AI
Microsoft’s disastrous chatbot Tay was meant to be a clever experiment in artificial intelligence and machine learning. The bot would speak like millennials, learning from the people it interacted with on Twitter and the messaging apps Kik and GroupMe. But it took less than 24 hours for Tay’s cheery greeting of “Humans are super cool!” to morph into the decidedly less bubbly “Hitler was right.”
How Coodimi avoids a Mad Max invasion?
The domain millennials mean all people aged 18 to 36 . This a huge land, impossible manage to via artificial intelligence, where one starts training a bot with an initial conversation, and improves this conversation as the bot gets used more and more. A bot has no notion of ethics. The users take control of the space creating out of Chaos an unpredictable world. Just like the movie Mad Max, a 1979 Australian post-apocalyptic dystopian action film.
24m of Twitter‘s 284m active users are bots with “no discernible user action involved”, This was back in January 2015. Today the number can be much larger.
A clear domain narrowing is key for enabling business bots that deliver results