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The Situation: AI/bots do not have feet Challenge question: “What color are your shoes? You: 29395205 Human or AI/chatbot: I see your order #XXXXX has been shipped. Human or AI/chatbot: The expected delivery date is [yesterday] You: When will it arrive?” This is an actual exchange I had with Audible (owned by Amazon) customer service via chat. ) automated phone help systems have a cut out in which after two or three loops back to the same place, you are eventually diverted to a live person. So, in creating a circular logic test, what we are looking for is the repetitive pattern of responses before the cut-out. Human or AI/chatbot: The expected delivery date is [yesterday] You: I know, but I really need to know when it will arrive.At Convince & Convert, Anthony supports the social media and content audit team.View All Posts The use and utility of online chat and chatbots, powered by improving levels of AI, are increasing rapidly.It’s not a bad/better decision scenario: it’s a fail/fail scenario.Use this only in the direst of UI/bot challenges when all else has failed.There are thousands of them floating around our social media sites, and they can take all the stress and tedium out of planning an exciting weekend. They’re the latest development in the Internet’s continued evolution toward user-focused apps that make it easy to access a large amount of information.
Anthony is a published author, the former VP & Partner of Advanced Client Strategies for Off Madison Ave, and has overseen the deployment of more than 100 websites before he stopped counting.
The situation: You paid ,000 for a European river cruise, but during your trip, the river depth was too low for your ship to make several ports of call. Human or AI/chatbot: “We are unable to offer refunds but under the circumstances, we can issue a partial credit for a future cruise. If you don’t issue a full refund, I will file a claim against the charges with my credit card company and I will write about this whole mess on my travel blog. It is typical in the travel industry not to issue refunds based on Acts of God, weather, and other unpredictable circumstances.