…t I’d lie in bed watching military ration reviews on Youtube (these are surprisingly fun to watch). I flirted with the thought of eating a bit of celery, just to feel alive again, and it took all of my mental power to avoid it.
“Social psychologists argue that who we are at any one time depends mostly on the context in which we find ourselves. But who creates the context? The more mindful we are, the more we can create the contexts we are in. When we create the context, we are more likely to be authentic. Mindfulness lets us see things in a new light and believe in the possibility of change.”―Ellen Langer
…y humans. For example, the attention of 2,000 agents is required to train and supervise Facebook M. Players in messaging bot services point out that currently, 20% of conversations can be completely automated, 50% are supported by humans in charge of validating or correcting answers offered by the bots and 30% of them are handled solely by humans.
…should be fairly easy to compose for a bot that understands the context of what has been asked for. Without the capability of blending conversational UI and rich, graphical UI, bot experiences won’t fullfill their potential.