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Tokyo Metro welcomes bespoke AI chat robot

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CTI Forum () (compiled/Lao Qin): the creation of the world's first artificial intelligence chat robot specially designed for travelers provides a reliable measurement for units producing and using wire rods, which is still in an important period of strategic opportunities for development. The means builder bespoke recently announced that their bebot robot was officially unveiled on Tokyo Metro. Starting with the Ginza Line, bebot now supports commuters and tourists. Users can interact with AI robots by accessing simple URLs or scanning QR codes - without downloading external applications

now, when they cross the entire route of Ginza, nearly onemillion passengers a day can use local information, navigation tools from the government level and other useful functions. This includes support for hub areas such as Ueno, Asakusa and Shibuya. Whether waiting at the station or on the train, passengers can get real-time information about the status of the train, as well as the recommendation of nearby cultural attractions and routes

travelers' new bebot experience

bebot provides modern travelers with a variety of useful functions, including helping them find barrier free facilities around the station and receive useful traffic information. With the help of bebot, tourists can also travel here more confidently from overseas. Chat robots can also consider peak hours and delays when making suggestions, so as to reduce congestion and simplify management

the bebot interface helps to maximize and improve user interaction between companies such as Ginza and users through an easy-to-use environment. When customers interact with bebot, they can find landmarks, local attractions and stores that they may miss. This means that AI can improve local market operations. In addition, by taking passengers to the scenic spots with less traffic on Ginza Line, the hub traffic is distributed in different stations, thus reducing the problem of overcrowding in Tokyo

partners deploying bebot tools will also have access to insights that reveal information such as location opportunities, customer preferences, and trends

change the travel landscape

Akemi tsunagawa, CEO of bespoke, said that whether travelers are just looking for transfers on the platform or exploring the services provided by Tokyo station by station, bebot will provide them with the information they need. The AI robot aims to help people find more things when they are in Japan

with the end of the year and the continuous development of the adoption of bebot robots, the opportunity of bespoke becomes more and more important. The country is currently preparing for the 2020 Olympic Games, and bebot promises to become the core of a new strategy aimed at providing Japanese style reception solutions for global tourists through an easy-to-use interface

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