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Using internal data and feeds from external sources, he helps feed election results to
Based in Washington, Harris spends most typical election nights either up in New York or glued to his computer back in D. But on May 6, as returns from big primary elections in North Carolina, Ohio, and Indiana rolled in, Harris was actually able to step away from his computer a bit more, thanks to a bot he built that imported election results into Slack, a new work-focused chat application that transitions seamlessly from desktop to mobile.
It's level of ability or implied "intelligence" seems somewhat vague or non-existent at this time, at least to me.
I mean no disrespect and hopefully this ichato will continue to learn and develop, but do give a look at some other bots.
(It was only released publicly in February.) Along with the Times, Slack’s in use at Buzz Feed, The Times of London, The Atlantic, Business Insider, Quartz, Slate, NBC News, The Guardian — and even here at Nieman Lab.
“I could look on my phone when I was upstairs and make sure everything was still running okay without having to run back down to my computer and figure it out, so that was really nice.
It was also good because people could check in and see what was happening during the night.” The Internet has no shortage of chat platforms, and each has its own strengths.
Our computer chatbot Do-Much More won the 2009 Loebner Prize competition, widely regarded as the World Championship for conversational software.
The competition took place in Brighton, England, during the Inter Speech 2009 conference on speech technology.
Levy in New York in 1997, making him the only multiple winner who has a 100 per cent record in the event.