5 Roles A Chatbot Can Play In Media & Entertainment

| September 25, 2018

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Chatbots will rise quickly to complement the media and service landscape by creating new media opportunities, occasions, and forms of consumption and interaction. Thanks to their immediate, personal, and intimate nature, they’ll serve the sporadic but proliferating, intent-driven roles of micro-moments very well.Now that chatbots have become so widespread, why won’t the media and entertainment industry make the most of it?

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