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The Technological Gap Between Virtual Assistants and Recommendation Systems [article]

Dimitrios Rafailidis, Yannis Manolopoulos
2019 arXiv   pre-print
This article sheds light on the gap between virtual assistants and recommendation systems in terms of different technological aspects.  ...  Virtual assistants, also known as intelligent conversational systems such as Google's Virtual Assistant and Apple's Siri, interact with human-like responses to users' queries and finish specific tasks.  ...  Our knowledge of bridging the gap between virtual assistants and recommendation systems is flawed.  ... 
arXiv:1901.00431v2 fatcat:jpws7l3kwjgqfouwajwp2lmc4q

New Assistance Site for Recommendation using Collaborative Filtering and Authenticate User using Face Detection

Ahmad Abulharish Jamil
2020 International Journal for Research in Applied Science and Engineering Technology  
Virtual assistants, conjointly called intelligent colloquial systems like Google's Virtual Assistant and Apple's Siri, act with human-like responses to users' queries and end specific tasks.  ...  The previous recommendation systems model users' evolving, numerous and multi-aspect preferences to get recommendations in numerous domains/applications, about to improve the citizens' everyday life by  ...  system and virtual assistants are supported by varied machine learning methods, there's an oversized technological gap between them.  ... 
doi:10.22214/ijraset.2020.6114 fatcat:wfn5fog4zva3tmn7janocirxxu

The Impact of Personalized Engagement with Customers and Efficient Stock Management Software Systems on Customer Service at a Clothing Retailer in Cape Town, South Africa

Virimai Victor Mugobo, Marina Giacoma Baschiera
2015 Mediterranean Journal of Social Sciences  
The study concludes by recommending that retailers should move off out-dated systems currently employed (i.e. the legacy systems), onto innovative stock software systems.  ...  allowing customers to access in store and online product and service information; mobile apps and online store fully synchronised with the retailers stock software systems, virtual personalized models  ...  The researchers further recommend that this system aims to eliminate difficulty and effort customers are required to go through when sifting between items to find their size.  ... 
doi:10.5901/mjss.2015.v6n1p40 fatcat:c2kpmrbz5rcrfgjpibzbjyoc4a

Artificial Intelligence Education and Tools for Medical and Health Informatics Students: Systematic Review

A Hasan Sapci, H Aylin Sapci
2020 JMIR Medical Education  
Results This systematic review revealed that recent publications recommend the integration of AI training into medical and health informatics curricula.  ...  Objective The main objective of this study was to evaluate the current state of AI training and the use of AI tools to enhance the learning experience.  ...  The report emphasized the skills gap in the workforce, and made some recommendations about the integration of digital health care technologies, AI, and data analytics in undergraduate curricula [42, 43  ... 
doi:10.2196/19285 pmid:32602844 fatcat:s2exuplxrba47pomdzhfjr3kmi

The Emergence of Knowledge-Based Technologies in Promoting Knowledge Sharing Behavior

Hairol Adenan Kasim, Mohd Sazili Shahibi
2015 Review of Knowledge Economy  
Literature on knowledge sharing and virtual mode suggest the pre-existence of shared knowledge or a shared belief system as a condition for the knowledge-based technologies to emerge.  ...  The paper's primary contribution is finding that analyze gaps found in the previous literature by empirically examining how knowledge-based technologies could promote knowledge sharing behavior.  ...  system, which determines the ability of the user to operate and utilize the system and refers to the technology assistance that is provided by the environment, such as training, helpdesk system, manuals  ... 
doi:10.18488/journal.67/2015.2.1/ fatcat:zq7lxvseubfulncwglmsuuhpqm

A Review of Modern HCI Challenges for Betterment of Differently Abled People

Papri Ghosh, Tejbanta Singh Chingtham, Mrinal Kanti Ghose, Ritam Dutta
2013 International Journal of Computational Intelligence Research  
It is also planned to develop a prototype with minimal complexities and by retaining and enhancing the required features, thereby providing a supportive system that can meet the need of its deliberate  ...  and the computer's understanding of the user's task by integrating techniques or applications to enable an individual to use the advanced technologies in more interactive manner.  ...  Still, it is an important area of research, and some of the recommendations relate to any kind of communication between user and computer.  ... 
doi:10.37622/ijcir/9.2.2013.79-88 fatcat:qgjz4iy4wnbanegbwfxjse5okq

Forecasting Technology Trends through the Gap Between Science and Technology: The Case of Software as an E-Commerce Service

Tugrul Daim, Portland State University, Esraa Bukhari, Dana Bakry, James VanHuis, Haydar Yalcin, Xiaoli Wang, Portland State University, Portland State University, Portland State University, Ege University, Beijing University of Technology
2021 Foresight and STI Governance  
The longer-term technology development trend in this case is forecasted by analyzing the gaps between science and technology.  ...  Our findings reveal five trends in the technology: 1) virtual networking, 2) the hybrid cloud, 3) modeling methodologies, 4) mobile applications, and 5) web applications.  ...  Therefore, forecasting technology trends from the gap between science and technology of SaaS will significantly assist personal users, managers, policymakers, and developers.  ... 
doi:10.17323/2500-2597.2021.2.12.24 fatcat:raonep2qxzfgznezittvqg4zpm

User Assistance for Intelligent Systems

Stefan Morana, Jella Pfeiffer, Marc T. P. Adam
2020 Business & Information Systems Engineering  
User assistance systems bridge the gap between the system's functionalities and the human's individual capabilities with the goal of positively influencing task outcomes.  ...  Although this development has many advantages, the interplay between intelligent systems and humans remains a societal and technological challenge (Maedche et al. 2019; Seeber et al. 2020) .  ... 
doi:10.1007/s12599-020-00640-5 fatcat:ey5bi4c5ynablpysmv52cvppgq

Intelligent Travelling System

Sarassri. S, R. Pavithra, V. Jananee
2017 The International Journal of Engineering and Science  
System is the system that will run on most of the phones and palms which enable the user to visit the places at user criteria .  ...  The users who want to travel around can answer the set of questions and the system will provide tourist spot, path to the spot, some picture of the spot and rough estimated cost based on the answers given  ...  The system aims at bridging the gap; which is the lack of interaction that exists between tourists and locals at a particular destination.  ... 
doi:10.9790/1813-0603025557 fatcat:t6lvs7cn2fcingjsdkwxn3nz54

Leveraging dialog systems research to assist biomedical researchers' interrogation of Big Clinical Data

Julia Hoxha, Chunhua Weng
2016 Journal of Biomedical Informatics  
We summarize in Section 4 recommendations that can serve as guidelines for communication study in query negotiation and technology development.  ...  We propose a mixedinitiative dialog-based approach to support autonomous clinical data access and recommend needed technology development and communication study for accelerating clinical research. flexible  ...  Acknowledgments The work was supported by the National Library of Medicine grant R01LM009886 (PI: Weng) and the National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences grant UL1 TR000040 (PI: Ginsberg).  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.jbi.2016.04.003 pmid:27067901 pmcid:PMC5875984 fatcat:msshncdccjhdlilkea54t55xzq

State of the science in spinal cord injury rehabilitation 2011: informing a new research agenda

A W Heinemann, J D Steeves, M Boninger, S Groah, A M Sherwood
2012 Spinal Cord  
Results: Recommendations are organized by conference track, including neurological and functional recovery; technology issues; aging with spinal cord injury; and employment, psychosocial and quality of  ...  Methods: Recommendations were made by an international, multidisciplinary team that met in large plenary sessions and breakout groups during the meeting.  ...  Gaps preventing advances Group discussions identified three main gaps that prevent substantial advances in assistive technologies. Gaps between technology and products.  ... 
doi:10.1038/sc.2012.12 pmid:22430512 fatcat:ybc6emjidbfjbha4x3bpacp2pa

Mobilizing Knowledge: The Evidence Gap for Assistive Devices

Edward D. Lemaire
2016 Technology Innovation Management Review  
However, the emergence of wearable sensor systems and room-scale virtual reality systems (Sinitski et al., 2015) are providing research tools to generate device-function evidence that better reflects  ...  the difficulty of addressing issues between large social systems and physical, economic, and environmental factors These challenges are directly related to knowledge mobilization for assistive devices.  ... 
doi:10.22215/timreview/1018 fatcat:6rijosuu65dbvepuut53h7poha

Mobilizing Knowledge: The Evidence Gap for Assistive Devices

Edward D. Lemaire
2016 Technology Innovation Management Review  
However, the emergence of wearable sensor systems and room-scale virtual reality systems (Sinitski et al., 2015) are providing research tools to generate device-function evidence that better reflects  ...  the difficulty of addressing issues between large social systems and physical, economic, and environmental factors These challenges are directly related to knowledge mobilization for assistive devices.  ... 
doi:10.22215/timreview1018 fatcat:n2mib544rre25b2lp6c5aheb24

Machine Learning in Educational Technology [chapter]

Ibtehal Talal Nafea
2018 Machine Learning - Advanced Techniques and Emerging Applications  
For example, teachers can use virtual assistants who work remotely from the home for their students.  ...  This kind of assistance helps to enhance students' learning experience and can improve progression and student achievement.  ...  To facilitate interaction between the virtual assistant website and the user, a software known as is installed.  ... 
doi:10.5772/intechopen.72906 fatcat:7he4mxhsufcxzfuy2rqwlo4hjm

Factors Affecting Knowledge Sharing Using Virtual Platforms – A Validation of Unified Theory of Acceptance and Use of Technology (UTAUT)

Hairol Adenan Kasim
2015 International Journal of Managing Public Sector Information and Communication Technologies  
Nowadays, people have been using virtual platforms and web-based technologies, such as Internet, Intranet, blogs, social media, and other online technology, for sharing knowledge and information.  ...  The purpose of this study is to evaluate factors that can inculcate knowledge sharing behavior using the virtual platforms.  ...  Also warm appreciation to respondents from Petronas, TenagaNasionalBerhad, Nuclear Malaysia, SIRIM and Green Tech Malaysia for their assistance and cooperation in providing the data and information.  ... 
doi:10.5121/ijmpict.2015.6201 fatcat:5aciftpuybdtzaw5ogp5u5ptli
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