A lot has been written about conversational AI, and a majority of it focuses on vertical chatbots, messenger platforms, business trends, and startup opportunities (think Amazon Alexa, Apple Siri, Facebook M, Google Assistant, Microsoft Cortana). AI’s capability of understanding natural language is still limited. As a result, creating fully-automated, open-domain conversational assistants has remained an open challenge. Nonetheless, the work shown below serve as great starting points for people who want to seek the next breakthrough in conversation AI.




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