People use their mobile devices to engage in text-based conversations — all day long (some, hundreds of times per day). Brands like images and interactive graphics. Some even like video still! WAP chat with in-chat stream graphics (including audio and video) is a winning combination. It’s the best of all worlds. Please take it for
Category Archives: AI and Twitter
This is one of those rare articles that is on-point on so many items. It’s worth a full read at MOBILE COMMERCE DAILY. Best take-aways: * …allow advertisers to engage in a deeper dialog with mobile users…” * “There is a new retail audience that can only be reached through mobile and that means it
We’ve been slowly testing and releasing access to our WAP Chat virtual agent (retail) demo. The idea of attaching a 2D or QR Tag within Twitter, to trigger the mobile web page seemed like something worth trying. The nice team over at Microsoft Tag sent the above Tweet back to us. We’re presuming the “OH”
We really like QR Tags and 2D codes. As a visual icon that says “I’m going to give you something interesting on your mobile phone,” they are wonderful. But, we aren’t seeing a lot of “wonderful” content and experiences offered back to End Users. It seems like a hodgepodge of online thinking ported to mobile,
This article struck many chords with us: INNOVATIVE DIGITAL NARRATIVE PROJECTS. It also coincides with just about every on-going discussion re: eBooks and children’s content we’ve had for the past month. Choice quotes: “…For a child all narrative is interactive…” “…a mode of storytelling that puts the user at the heart of the narrative and
Listening is required for a truly interactive conversational exchange to take place. Yes, AI characters “listen,” in order to understand the End User’s side of the exchange and respond with improvisational/contextual dialogue, or pre-scripted story/character dialogue (or, a combination thereof). But, how is the End User’s part of the conversation passed along to Brands and
Mobile phones were originally http://tinyurl.com/lfhlwy solely for conversation. Then came “smart phones,” which really meant they could be used for something other than conversation. contentAI studios is developing mobile solutions for interactive conversations, with a focus on entertainment/advertising/marketing, customer service and relations and eLearning products and solutions. We’re bringing “conversation” back to mobile phones through
It’s been an interesting week where we’ve seen trending topics in our discussions with partners and clients that all revolve around the issues of authenticity, social media, transparency, “human touch” with a sidebar about advertising character icons in social media spaces. The down and dirty: Are humans the only characters allowed in social media spaces?
You have a brilliant Customer Service employee or Brand representative and you find yourself saying to yourself, “if I could only clone him/her?” Or you have an exceptional Team, who together, create a unified Voice, and you want that consistent quality delivered to all of your Customers, all of the time? We can do this.
It was a bit surprising to see how our Beta Twitter AI Character has made it into what seems like the Sacramento Bee’s Twitter stream for “Emergency Room” Tweets: 10 August 2009