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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.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.In fact, you were stuck in one spot for four of the seven days unable to leave the ship. Human or AI/chatbot: I certainly understand you’re disappointed – and I would be too if I were in your shoes. And absent the ability to provide a refund, there will be downstream ill-will and reputation damage.Spoiler alert: the more you experiment with these, the faster the chatbots will learn and adapt.We believe today’s level of AI is lacking in cognitive empathy because emotions between humans are really hard to understand and explain.They don’t perform any function out of the reach of a Google search, but the way they go about that search is the most direct connection between people and machines yet designed.brings you the same 3-day forecast any search engine would turn up, but rather than typing a query and then honing it down by adding your zip code, you can just say “3-day forecast” and the good or bad news is presented instantly.
However, in text or verbal form, they’re a handy helper to have around during a video call.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.Human or AI/chatbot: I see you’ve been a good customer for a long time. We aren’t able to tell in this example, yet the human or AI/chatbot response often will give you the answer based upon an A/B mandate. No, I’m not going to explain what that term means — you either know it or you need to watch the movie.Similar to the Ethical Dilemma, the difference being the Kobayashi Maru has no good viable outcome.