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Articles tagged “artificial intelligence”

Airlines

The Future of Artificial Intelligence in Travel Might Revolve Around a Driverless Minibus

IBM has come a long, long way in rebuilding its brand thanks to all of the cool factor surrounding Watson. But it could do more to showcase the consumer appeal around cognitive travel in 2017, including the benefits of machine learning to better connect us with travel destinations.

The Future of Artificial Intelligence in Travel Might Revolve Around a Driverless Minibus

Travel Technology

Google’s New Artificial Intelligence Assistant Doesn’t Know Much About Your Next Trip

Google is using its Google Flights capability to power its new Artificial Intelligence-filled Assistant to respond intelligently to queries about travel. The service's inability to respond to queries about your existing travel itineraries, however, is a huge missed opportunity for now.

Google’s New Artificial Intelligence Assistant Doesn’t Know Much About Your Next Trip

Online Travel

Expedia Plans to Use Artificial Intelligence for Customer Service

There has been serious talk about artificial intelligence in travel for the past couple of years. While Expedia CEO Dara Khosrowshahi wasn't talking about implementing artificial intelligence for customer service in the next quarter or two, be assured that Expedia and others are working on it hard.

Expedia Plans to Use Artificial Intelligence for Customer Service

Online Travel

Video: Online Travel Founders Talk Game-Changing Deals, Big Upcoming Trends

Moral of the story about the early years of online travel? Not to over-simplify, but be prepared to take risks, feel free to contradict conventional wisdom, and assemble the best damn team that you can.

Video: Online Travel Founders Talk Game-Changing Deals, Big Upcoming Trends

Online Travel

Priceline Exec Says Virtual Reality May Make Travel Planning Obsolete

It was almost heresy a few years ago to say that people would arrive for a trip in a destination without a hotel reservation. Advances in artificial intelligence and virtual reality in coming years may take that whole trend even further. Will your grandkids say, "Trip-planning: What was that?"

Priceline Exec Says Virtual Reality May Make Travel Planning Obsolete

Online Travel

Behind Orlando’s New IBM Watson-Powered Travel App

Although Visit Orlando's new AI-powered travel app still has kinks, it shows the power of machine learning to provide more contextual and customized information to travelers — most of the time.

Behind Orlando’s New IBM Watson-Powered Travel App