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Currently, the app is available only on Android devices, but OUR Walmart plans to bring it to i OS later this year.“Being unable to access policy online when you are at work makes difficult to know when you are breaking policy — or understand how managers are using policies against you,” said Mississippi Walmart worker Joanna Chambers.
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“In a few years, it will be hard to imagine any technology that doesn’t tap into the power of AI,” said Harry Shum, Microsoft executive vice president for the AI (artificial intelligence) and research group. Holger Mueller, principal analyst at Constellation Research, says that “in general, chatbot uptake has been slow across the industry.
While frameworks exist, there is uncertainty about popular platforms.”Facebook has grappled with the tepid roll out of chat bots even as it is doubling down on the concept—many nascent chatbots have been buggy or aggravating.