Conversational Interaction Conference 2019 announced by AVIOS

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The Conversational Interaction Conference will be held March 11-12 in San Jose, California. The conference covers commercial activities that use automated computer processing of human-language speech or text--“natural language”—one of the most rapidly growing area of Artificial Intelligence.

Following the success of the February 2018 Conversational Interaction Conference, the 2019 conference will be held March 11-12 in San Jose, California, the Applied Voice Input Output Society announced. The conference is organized by AVIOS and Bill Meisel’s TMA Associates.

The conference is currently soliciting sponsors to be identified with this exploding area of technology. Meisel noted that sponsors that enlist early will have a full year of exposure through the web site. "We plan to put updated news in the area to attract repeated visits," he said. "Sponsors will receive publicity in press releases such as this one, email blasts to our well-tuned contact list, other communications re the conference, as well as being highly visible at the conference."

The importance of Artificial Intelligence technology as a trend has been emphasized by influential corporate executives and thoughtful analysts alike. Conversational interfaces--interacting with digital systems in human language by text or voice--are one of the most important parts of that trend.

The organizers indicated that the CI Conference is a focused conference that will help companies and individuals understand the resources and knowledge that allow them to embrace the trend. The conference focuses on content, rather than marketing. There is no exhibit hall.

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