Founded in 2017 on the belief that machines are ready to have useful and complex conversations that will transform the way we interact with the world, starting with customer service, Replicant’s powerful artificial intelligence platform combines natural language processing and machine learning and was trained to resolve customer issues over the phone with natural-sounding conversations that accurately recognize customer intent. Replicant currently handles over 2 million customer support calls a month and serves some of the largest call centers in the country.
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