Episode 86: Building Conversational AI Teams with Jason Brenier

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After spending the past six months traveling across North America and talking to dozens of companies, Jason Brenier, our VP of Strategy, got seem clear insights into the challenges today’s businesses face. When it comes to conversational AI, one of the biggest is figuring out how to build the right team to support their business. In this episode, Jon Prial talks with Jason about how to go about building a successful conversational AI team, drawing on insights from a new guide Jason and his team have written that’s being published this week.

You’ll learn about:

The latest trends in conversational AI

How to build a successful conversational AI team

The importance of having a cross-functional team

What skillsets are essential for the success of the team

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Building Conversational AI Teams

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