The long-term commercial goal of Webmind is to be a system that understands all the information on the Net, and communicates it with humans — both via intelligent conversation, and via back-end interfacing with various other software products. The conversational aspect is not necessarily supposed to be quasi-human conversation, passing the Turing test; the goal is conversation that’s intelligent and useful, without the contextless rigidity of existing chat programs. The interactions with other software programs may be extremely diverse, ranging from e-commerce to customer relationship management to Webminds living inside home computer operating systems or home automation systems. The ways to make money from this are numerous and diverse, and would take a book in themselves to describe.


Data Mining Customer Relationship Management Fixed Model Approach Knowledge Management Capability Gene Expression Time Series Data 
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