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Lyndon_Henry
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Re: Good old-fashioned empathy
Lyndon_Henry   12/29/2016 11:39:42 PM
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..

Jim writes

Empathy and customer service reps? Rare, oh, so rare.



 

How oh, so 20th century...

 

Broadway0474
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Re: New Aged Emotional Rescue ?
Broadway0474   12/28/2016 11:19:15 PM
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This is roughly similar to the move in customer service to offshore centers. Customers caught on that the people on the other line could barely speak their language, let alone catch cultural emotional cues. Sure, customer service is still offshore to a surprising degree, but I think many companies did learn a lesson and pulled their operations back to America. Probably the same cycle will happen when they go to terminators to answer the phone.

kq4ym
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Re: New Aged Emotional Rescue ?
kq4ym   12/28/2016 9:28:25 AM
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As we all are on a spectrum of empathy and compassion it may be that even our "normal" customer representatives and other who must deal with emotions and reading others are not quiet as up to speed as we might think in that department. I'd guess that until most of us can accurately read emotions of others and know how to be compassionate and actually be so, it's going to be difficult to have machines learn and behave in such ways that may be useful anytime soon.

PredictableChaos
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Re: New Aged Emotional Rescue ?
PredictableChaos   11/1/2016 4:55:25 PM
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Emotion is key to how people act. Since business is about predicting, understanding and influencing how people act, the efforts on Emotional Analytics will not stop anytime soon.

I do agree that we have a lot of work to do before human customer service reps have to worry about the bots being more capable of empathy. 

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BatGirl
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Re: Good old-fashioned empathy
BatGirl   11/1/2016 11:02:56 AM
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Yep!  Neo and enhanced Neo!  

BatGirl
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Re: Good old-fashioned empathy
BatGirl   11/1/2016 11:02:56 AM
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Yep!  Neo and enhanced Neo!  

dubyamick
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Re: New Aged Emotional Rescue ?
dubyamick   11/1/2016 10:22:36 AM
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I agree with you, Louis. A question that needs to be asked other than 'Can we?' is 'Why?'.  Emotional Analytics and the implication of using them is more than a 'business problem'.

louisw900
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New Aged Emotional Rescue ?
louisw900   10/31/2016 9:51:00 PM
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Isn't Emotional Analytics an Oxymoron ?  Aren't we having enough issues with non-emotional analytics ?

While this might be a interesting endeavor, if companies want to understand their customers better then just provide the services paid for.

Far more work needs to be done in this direction for sure.

magneticnorth0
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Re: Good old-fashioned empathy
magneticnorth0   10/31/2016 8:53:39 PM
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@BatGirl Sort of like an alter ego? Interesting. I'd have loved to have one drill me for college exams.

SethBreedlove
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Re: Good old-fashioned empathy
SethBreedlove   10/31/2016 8:45:16 PM
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@ Magneticnorth.  Good point, people differ greatly with emotionally intelligence and empathy.  I wonder if this technology might be also used to read the customer service agents stress levels and insights on how to keep both the agent and caller happy.

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