Consumers are beginning to expect more intuitive, assistive, and creative experiences from brands. By proactively managing the risks associated with the adoption of these technologies, an organization can build consumer confidence and trust, which can result in a better user experience for the customer and an increased willingness on the part of the customer to share information with the organization.
Emerging technology trends signal a future with screenless interactions between businesses and consumers, with voice, augmented and virtual reality, wearable devices, and artificial intelligence slowly but surely removing the traditional graphic user interface (GUI) from the equation.
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For consumers, this will mean increasingly immersive, personalized experiences and environments; for businesses, it means waves of automation sweeping out to the edges of organization, controlling not just internal processes, but direct customer interaction.
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