Thursday, December 12, 2019

3 Unique Chatbot, A Brilliant Artificial Intelligence

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Your question and answer to the chatbot

3 Unique Chatbot, A Brilliant Artificial Intelligence

The round of asking people is over because now we have Google MAP. Instead of asking our friends or family, we now ask the virtual assistant where are the most restaurants in the city or what is the distance between any two cities? Instead of sharing any problem of the mind with our loved ones, we do it with a virtual advisor who is actually an artificial intelligence ie AI. If you say that this chatbot has become a new trusted member of the house, it will not be wrong.

Interaction between the user and the virtual assistant-

User: I am not having sleep for two to three days? I also don't feel good in the office?
Virtual Assistant: Please tell me in detail.

(Long conversation between virtual assistant and user goes on and at the end…)

Virtual Assistant: After knowing your situation, I see it as a problem. It is true?
User: Yes, this is true.

Virtual Assistant: Sometimes relationship problems can overwhelm us emotionally. Do you need any help or you just want to share your point with me...        

This is a sample of the conversation between artificial intelligence and user, but it is not known how many things are happening daily with artificial intelligence. Artificial intelligence means that someone is talking to AI for financial advice, while someone is talking about mental health. The most important thing is that these chatbots answer your every question and that too without any fuss. And whenever you want, talk to him. Perhaps this is why the use of these chatbots downloaded as an app has increased significantly.

What Research says about Artificial Intelligence-

People's trust in artificial intelligence has increased. Alam is that in a survey 83% of Indian young parents were comfortable about leaving their children under the supervision of virtual nurses operated by Artificial Intelligence at the hospital. The survey was conducted by IEEE. According to Allied Market Research, the healthcare chatbot market is estimated to reach around Rs 2,460 crore. Globally, it is expected to grow at a rate of 14.5% by 2026.

Artificial intelligence is at the forefront of helping

According to the World Health Organization, there are only 5000 psychologists in India and only 2000 have clinics. That too when 56 million out of one billion people in the country suffer from some kind of psychological problem. Problems have increased, but solutions are not available. In such a situation, mobile applications and chatbots have emerged as a convenient medium to relieve people suffering from psychological problems who simply need Internet connectivity.

Artificial Intelligence is not a human being, but still talks

The chatbot is actually application software that acts as a chat interface and with the help of their artificial intelligence, they answer user's questions. Here you can chat in almost the same way as you chat in WhatsApp and Messenger. This service is available round the clock. The only difference here is that there is no human in front, but a software robot. In most cases, chatbots and mobile apps are available for free. Yes, if you are interested in the service beyond normal usage, you may have to pay a fee. The special thing in this is that you can always solve depression, despair, frustration, stress and dozens of other common and serious problems according to your location, your time and your conditions.

These chatbots are like a member

There is some other problem at the root of every psychological confusion. Sometimes complicated, sometimes simple. But people do not usually open up about these problems to others. For example, problems related to love, problems between spouses, office problems, etc. Although there is a problem with talking to humans, what is the problem with discussing with a lifeless machine, mobile app or chatbot? Here I would like to tell about some chatbots in which thousands of users are connected, such as; ...

Iwill: It is a chatbot developed by epsyclinic, which was launched to bridge the gap between patients and mental health professionals. This is a chatbot, which can analyze the answers to a few dozen questions and make a preliminary assessment of what the patient's problem is, how serious it is and what kind of help he or she needs. This company has associated 35 psychologists with it. The company claims that 50 thousand people have downloaded it in India so far and 10% of the users have chosen it for consulting service and through this, they have also identified the initial stage. Since it was founded by an Indian, it is expected that it is better able to understand Indian conditions. This app monitors the habits, behavior, catering, etc. of the user and advises them accordingly.

Woebot: It has been developed in San Francisco, USA. It is also being used more in India. Here too, you have to answer some questions in the beginning, based on which he tries to guess to understand you. He can understand your mood well and if you are frustrated, you will try to correct your mood using strange expressions.

Wysa: A couple named Joy Aggarwal and Ramakant Vempati created a chatbot. These people wanted to find some solution before the psychological problem got out of hand. It also works based on clinical behavior therapy similar to iwill. It is accompanied by a team of 25 people, 8 of whom are mental health professionals, available as guides or coaches.
What this means is that chatbots cannot be called human advice options, but they are becoming very popular as a link before reaching a human expert. They will become more secure in the coming times.

What do people say

An IT company and Amdox surveyed how users expect chatbots and they found that more than half of the respondents in the survey, i.e. 53% of participants want to see chatbots as human, while 19% of people avatar and 16 % expressed a desire to see her as an icon. The most interesting is that 43% of the participants said that they want the chatbot to be a woman who is polite, attentive and intelligent.

Caution is also necessary

The chatbots that we are considering as inanimate, sharing our problems, is our privacy being taken care of there? Whereas, there is a lot of apprehension about the misuse of data collected on the internet and violation of privacy. The second fear is that the data will not be misused by any third party. The third is that humans constantly develop their knowledge, experience, and skills, but can software that works on rules match a human being? It does not seem possible at the moment, but they help to some extent.