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September 06, 2016

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Marc Schneiderman

In McKinsey's latest installment of their series on workplace automation, "Where Machines Could Replace Humans", they suggest that "the biggest technological breakthrough would come if machines were to develop an understanding of natural language on par with median human performance". Predicting that this alone could incease the amount of work that could be automated in the retail sector by seven percent (7%), and within finance and insurance companies by a full twenty-three percent (23%). This technical breakthrough has beeen achieved by nTeligence Corp., within specific business domains, and is called True Meaning (tm).

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