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Pocket Aristotle : Personalised Teaching through Chat

by Ish Jindal • January 12, 2017

The best way to learn a new concept is to have someone personally teach you. Sadly, however, good teachers are few and far between. To get around this problem, there exists a plethora of resources that aim to fill the gap. A quick explainer on Youtube, Wikipedia, Coursera and Khan Academy, are all workable and […]

This Chatbot tells you the best things that happened in 2016

by Ish Jindal • December 29, 2016

2016 has been an eventful year. It has had its ups and downs… A lot of downs Some oranger than the rest 😛 Anyways. We are here to make sense of it for you. Check out a roundup of the top shows, technologies and events over an engaging chatbot. Here it is : https://hellotars.com/convBot/demos/2016_roundup/ Like this bot […]

How we went about creating Input UI Elements for our Chatbot Platform

by Ish Jindal • December 27, 2016

Chatbots, as they exist today, do not have much capability to understand natural human language. And this is one of the main reasons why most of the messaging apps(Messenger, Kik etc) are resorting to a mix of graphical and text UI in their bot platforms — think of buttons, carousels, image cards and not just text responses. […]

[Case Study] How SecureNow uses Chatbots to help more companies find the right insurance

by Ish Jindal • December 16, 2016

Think about how much of a hassle it is to buy insurance for yourself. You’d probably google search “insurance”, click on the first link (maybe skip the ads out of an irrational disdain for them) and fumble your way around. Do you need a quote or do you need to talk to an agent? Looking […]

How Chatbots Make the Feedback Process Human

by Ish Jindal • December 10, 2016

If you own a restaurant, you know that feedback is as much a hassle to collect as it is to give. It’s easy enough to get someone to check some boxes, shade in some stars, but meaningful qualitative feedback? Hard to find. The worst part is that customers more often than not have a feedback, […]