Business Communication 2.0: Social Media and Digital Communication
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Business Communication 2.0: Social Media and Digital Communication
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Why the Future of Social Media Will Depend on Artificial Intelligence

Why the Future of Social Media Will Depend on Artificial Intelligence | Business Communication 2.0: Social Media and Digital Communication | Scoop.it

Social media platforms like Facebook and LinkedIn must use AI (Artificial Intelligence) to make sense of the sea of human data coming at them. So, you can say, future of social media really depends upon AI.

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From Chatbots to VR: How Technology Is Forcing Business Communication to Both Poles of the Humanness Spectrum

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