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AI automation can save businesses both time and money by automating repetitive tasks. AI Automation Agencies specialize in using artificial intelligence systems to help their clients increase revenues, decrease expenses, and save time – something AI-enabled systems do so well.

What Is AI Automation?

AI automation refers to the practice of employing artificial intelligence (AI) in automating tasks that would typically require human intelligence. It involves setting instructions given by humans for execution by machines. When combining AI techniques with machine learning or deep learning AI techniques, we refer to it as “AI Automation”.

Why AI Automation is Essential for Businesses

AI automation can provide businesses with many benefits that help increase productivity, efficiency, and decrease costs. Automation and AI technologies are quickly revolutionizing industries and contributing to economic growth through increased productivity gains.

AI can assist businesses by automating tasks that previously required human intelligence, freeing employees up for more strategic and value-adding activities. This leads to increased productivity, higher production rates, better service quality, and optimized materials utilization. AI automation can also help businesses make more informed decisions by offering insights and predictions derived from data analysis.

How Can an AI Automation Agency Assist Your Business?

AI automation agencies offer invaluable assistance to businesses by providing expertise and services in introducing artificial intelligence-enabled technologies that automate tasks and increase efficiency. They specialize in helping organizations integrate AI technologies into their processes and workflows for maximum benefit.

An AI automation agency can assist your business by decreasing discovery time and costs. By modeling audience data, AI agencies can gain insights and predictions regarding what audiences care about – their intent. With such understanding, they can target creative development efforts more effectively and launch campaigns that resonate with their target audience.

AI automation agencies can also aid your business by finding efficiencies within data streams. AI has many incredible uses for marketers when it comes to finding efficiency within large amounts of information. However, experienced people managing and understanding its potential use and value are crucial.

Factors That Affect AI Automation Agency Pricing

The pricing provided by an AI automation agency depends on several variables, including your service needs, business process complexity and size, budget considerations, and any special promotions they are running at that moment.

  • Your AI Automation Services Needs: Costs can differ significantly between types of AI automation services. Complexity of Business Process: As business processes become more intricate, more work will be necessary to automate them using AI services – increasing costs significantly.
  • The Kind of AI Automation Services You Require
  • Your Business Size: Larger enterprises needing more complex processes will have higher costs.
  • Your Budget: Budget considerations play a large part in determining the costs associated with AI automation services.

AI Automation Agency Pricing List

Here is a sample pricing list for AI automation agency services:

  • Monthly retainer: $5,000-$20,000 or more for ongoing AI automation services, such as managing and optimizing a chatbot or other AI-powered system.
  • Hourly rate: $100-$300 per hour for basic AI automation tasks, such as chatbot development or lead generation.
  • Project-based pricing: $5,000-$100,000 or more for more complex AI automation projects, such as developing a custom AI-powered software application.

How to Find Affordable AI Automation Agency Services

To find affordable AI automation agency services, consider the following steps:

  1. Request Quotes From Multiple Agencies: Gather quotes from several agencies and compare prices before selecting one offering more excellent value for your dollar.
  2. Negotiate Your Price: Negotiate the price with the agency directly. Many agencies offer discounts or special pricing packages.
  3. Keep an Eye Out for Discounts or Promotions: Many AI automation agencies may offer discounts or upgrades to attract new customers.
  4. Consider Utilizing an AI Automation Platform: Instead of working with an agency, consider using an AI automation platform.

When selecting an AI automation agency to partner with, carefully evaluate these considerations to get maximum value from your investment in automation services.

Conclusion

AI automation can benefit businesses of all sizes by saving time and money, improving efficiency, and increasing profits. Working with an AI automation agency can help organizations integrate AI technologies into their processes and workflows seamlessly.

By carefully considering your options and working with an established and dependable agency, you can maximize the return on your AI automation investment. Choose an agency that best meets your specific needs and budget constraints.

AI automation will continue to contribute significantly to economic growth and help businesses stay competitive in an ever-evolving business landscape. With the right AI automation agency as your partner, you can unlock the full potential of AI for your business.

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The first ORCA CG meeting!

Here are the ORCA Community Group meeting details for our very first CG meeting.

Time: Thursday, February 20, 2014 10am Pacific (UTC−08:00)

Location: Hangouts

Agenda
===============
• Introduction to the CG
• Quick review of progress to date
• Overview of meeting objectives
– Existing proposals review
– New proposals & review
– API discussion
• Closing remarks
• Action items

NOTE: If you are on the public mail list but have not yet joined the Community Group but would like to attend the meeting you may certainly do so. However, if you are planning on making a contribution you will need to join the CG and make those contributions on the mail list.

Here is the link to the current CG participants and a link to join:
http://www.w3.org/community/orca/participants

Looking forward to seeing you!
/Erik

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WebRTC, ORTC and OTT Comm

Too many phones!

There’s a lot of noise and plenty of dust getting kicked up around WebRTC these days. Every hour it seems there is another company announcing support for WebRTC or have built an app that uses the technology. In many cases it’s an extension to the existing offer, where WebRTC is leveraged as a web-based SIP softphone for instance.

For the love of Pete, does the world need yet another phone?

What does excite me is when I start thinking about the effects that WebRTC and ORTC will have on rich media OTT (Over The Top) communications moving forward.

If we look at the success of apps like Whatsapp, Tango, Viber, Voxer, Facebook Messenger etc etc these are all OTT applications that have already won in mobile communications. Placing a phone call, is nearly the last thing a teen or twenty-something user is looking to do with their phone. Just by pure observation, we can see this demographic using mobiles devices for messaging and now video chat more and more. Btw, this is the generation that will be leading our Enterprise companies in the not so distant future.

We know this, but we still insist on integrating old tech that does not seem to be accelerating in growth. Why? To answer my own question, “because lots of us continue to buy VoIP phones and SIP PBXs for our business”. And to that I say, good for you! But that is not the real opportunity for those developers who embrace WebRTC and ORTC.

WebRTC & ORTC will allow us to push the envelope and do things we can’t do today. And to do things we can do today but in a much more efficient and enjoyable manner.  Maybe RTC will find its way into social news, citizen journalism, or maybe media rich banking, healthcare and CRM apps, in your TV, mobile devices, browsers et al. The possibilities are nearly endless but one thing is quite clear, it’s not going to happen unless we change our current approach.

In order for WebRTC to win, in mobile, web and server-side. We will need a JavaScript friendly object model, not an Offer/Answer model based on telecom of old.  Even if you don’t share the same opinion, you owe it to yourself to take a look at what’s happening in the W3C ORCA Community Group.  For me, (and a bunch of others) there lies the future of WebRTC.

 

/Erik

For disclosure purposes, I am a co-author on the ORTC API and a co-founder at Hookflash .

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Stop Talking to Yourself. Go beyond the RTCWEB Silo!

RTCWEB / WebRTC is designed to let two or more browser-enabled devices communicate P2P (peer-to-peer) with audio, video or data. But there’s a big catch. The browsers can’t communicate out of the box unless some undefined “external process” gathers information about each browser and hands the information to the other browser.

This mystical external process is known as “on the wire signaling”. Gathering information from a browser/peer needed to communicate isn’t incredibly difficult for a moderately talented programmer, nor is exchanging the required information. All that would be required is some kind of go-between web server and a socket or two. This solution is relatively simple and there are other companies setting themselves up to provide that kind of service offering.

But that kind of signaling will quickly becomes unwieldy to manage in the real world and misses many critical use cases and components in much larger deployments. The overriding presumption in such a model assumes both ends want to communicate and does not define how they want to communicate, let alone addressing very complex security issues.

So what does make up a robust and complete P2P communication solution?

A well thought out P2P solution should addresses these concerns:

  1. Initiation of communication between peers that are not actively expecting communication
  2. Exchanging the types of communication desired (audio/video/text/etc.)
  3. Allow peers the option to allow or disallow communication
  4. Allow peer to disengage communication at any time gracefully
  5. Changing the nature of the communication at any time (adding or removing media types like audio/video/text, media on hold, transferring sessions to other participants, etc.)
  6. Handle users’ identities so that users on independent systems can interoperate (and identify themselves when communicating)
  7. Handle users logged into multiple locations as the same user
  8. Find users to communicate with by their known identities (social, generic, 3rd party, etc)
  9. Validate the identity of the user you think you are connecting with
  10. Secure communication channels in a way that even servers involved in the “communication setup” are not able to decrypt information exchanged between peers
  11. Handle group conversations amongst peers without needing servers to relay the data
  12. Handle communication to applications outside to the browser (e.g. interoperate with mobile apps)

A well designed P2P platform should be designed to enable users on various websites to talk beyond each respective web silo. Users of one website can find and communicate with users on another website and even to users on mobile devices.

It should work with your existing identity model. Alice and Bob on your website are still known as Alice and Bob in the P2P network. You don’t need to administer and map a separate database of usernames and password that would be required with other legacy signaling protocols.

The network should allow users to locate other users by their social IDs, phone numbers, email addresses or by using your own custom defined identities – social or otherwise. It should be built with strong security in mind. Each user has their own private and public key, which when tied with an identity model yield strong proof of identity with completely private communications between peers.

A developer should be able to take the open source libraries and rapidly build and deploy powerful client applications with all of these features built-in and deploy without the headache of managing a communications network. No web developer I have ever met volunteered to be the one trying to figure out the complex ins-and-outs of everything that a good P2P design will resolve. So, I ask you, do you as a developer really want to be stuck in a little silo of communication, maintaining your own custom communication signalling protocol?

If you are looking to leverage WebRTC in a browser or if you just want to build a powerful communications feature into an app, you owe it to yourself to do the research. Before you get headlong into your project and find out the tech you chose was not up to the challenge, take a look around. Libraries like the one found in the Open Peer project could very well fit the bill.

Authored by Robin Raymond, edited by Erik Lagerway

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