1. The robot lawyer
Joshua Browder, a Stanford University freshman, created a robot to appeal parking tickets in the UK, which has saved drivers $3 million dollars and he plans bring the bot to New York this spring. The robot lawyer can generate documents and answer legal questions, but won’t charge you hundreds of dollars in fees.Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-3453318/The-robot-lawyer-traffic-cops-Stanford-student-s-chatbot-successfully-appealed-3-MILLION-parking-tickets-set-launch-New-York.html#ixzz41Z1l2BEU
2. Chatbot for Local Services
Assist has recently raised an investment of $5.5 million. Using Assist is really easy: with a simple message sent to the service, among other things, book reservations, order tickets, book hotels, send flowers, hire a courier, get food delivered, and more, all by simply having a conversation.
Read more: https://tech.co/chat-bot-local-services-assist-gets-funding-2016-02
3. The MeteorologistA Chinese morning news show is using Microsoft's XiaoIce, a deep learning A.I. software that uses smart cloud and big data to report weather forecasts.
Read more: https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/innovations/wp/2016/01/12/a-chinese-tv-station-replaced-its-weatherman-with-a-chatbot-and-people-liked-it/