Autonomous agents are the next phase of enterprise AI, claims Fetch.AI

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Intelligent agents can represent themselves without human intervention
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Intelligent agents can represent themselves without human intervention

Intelligent assets can seek out value for themselves

The usefulness of AI as currently deployed in the enterprise lies in automating repetitive manual processes to save money and make them more efficient. Current examples include chatbots, which handle the...

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