What is Plasticity?
Today's personal assistants and conversational interfaces fail to handle variations in a user's wording or multiple requests in one sentence. We take a language-based semantic approach to handle complex dialogue.
Plasticity is a tool in the NLP / Sentiment Analysis category of a tech stack.
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