ARTICLE Indigo Set to Provide the Perfect Automated Customer Service
From its roots back in the 1950s, artificial intelligence development has gone through multiple stages, sometimes progressing rapidly and at other times stagnating. Currently, we are seeing a stage of development that is so rapid that many modern thinkers are becoming concerned bots might ultimately take over. Of course, that’s not going to happen, at least not for the foreseeable future. But what we are seeing are considerable improvements in what AI can achieve and how we can collaborate with it to improve the way we do things.
ARTICLE Touch Screens Pose a Significant Heath Risk
We have all become more aware of passing on diseases through touch, coughing, sneezing, and even talking and breathing during the pandemic. We have also learned the importance of R values- or reproduction number – the average number of people an infected person will subsequently infect.
With world-first technology, top of the range specification and enviable facilities, the Maidstone Innovation Centre in Kent is set to become the place to be for Med-Tech, healthcare and life sciences businesses and entrepeneurs.
A virtual receptionist welcomes visitors to the Maidstone Innovation Centre
The first virtual receptionist was developed in partnership with the Maidstone Innovation Centre. It will be unveiled for the first time in the world when it opens in September, but its features and details of the features are hidden until the release date.
With world-first technology, top of the range specification and enviable facilities, the Maidstone Innovation Centre in Kent is set to become the place to be for Med-Tech, healthcare and life sciences businesses and entrepreneurs.