Hugh O'Neal

Hugh O'Neal

Hugh O'Neal is a software developer with 8 years of experience. He started his career with a junior position in a small start-up and grew to a high-class specialist thanks to his dedication and non-standard approach to solving problems. Hugh established himself as a developer with excellent time-management and creative problem-solving skills. He pays attention to details and follows new trends. He is constantly developing and expanding the scope of his knowledge. Thanks to the ability to communicate with team members and understand processes, one of the directions of his work, besides software development, is the hiring of teams. Hugh successfully selects members with different skills and coordinates the work to implement projects of any complexity.


How To Use AI In Finance
  • October 24, 2022

Artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning in finance cover everything from chatbot assistants to fraud detection and task automation. According to the Insider Intelligence AI in Banking report, most banks (80%) are well aware of the potential benefits of AI. The decision of financial institutions (FIs) to adopt AI will be accelerated by technological advances,

Chatbot For Businesses
  • October 21, 2022

Chatbots are rapidly evolving across all industries as they provide a better user experience at a lower business cost, equally attractive to consumers and businesses alike. As the younger generation shows a growing desire to get fast and efficient 24/7 service, the possibilities of such technology continue to grow. The chatbot market is projected to

NLP For Chatbot
  • October 19, 2022

Imagine if a computer did part of your work with customers. Some intelligent computers can work as information on your site or answer customer calls… Fascinating, isn’t it? But this is no longer a fantasy but reality: modern chatbots using NLP are no longer different from people. And this is thanks to the introduction of

Chatbot For Insurance
  • October 17, 2022

According to Genpact, 87% of insurance companies invest more than $5 million annually in AI-related technologies. Gone are the days when artificial intelligence was a buzzword or even something that was «nice to use» – now, it’s just a «must use». A key strategic area that insurers have bet heavily on is improving customer service.

Chatbot For Recruitment
  • October 14, 2022

Artificial intelligence in recruiting is one of the most significant trends in attracting talented employees. Such solutions drive candidate management and engagement, including chatbot technology. Over the past few years, bots have become much more advanced as natural language processing improves. Much of the evolution is due to improved technology that may more naturally read

Automation On Banking
  • October 12, 2022

Banking and financial business processes are associated with an excess of repetitive tasks, which makes them ideal for the automation on banking technologies. And while part of this digital transition has included the development of sophisticated automation solutions for investment and fraud detection systems, some of the most significant advantages have come from automating the

Bot For Online Shopping
  • October 10, 2022

In recent decades, the culture of shopping has changed significantly. Previously, people made shopping plans in advance. Families were given one day for all purchases. But then online stores appeared. Online shopping is a paradise for all shopaholics. You can order something at any time of the day without leaving your home with just a

Virtual Customer Service
  • October 07, 2022

Until the 80s and 90s, most companies had to hire administrators to answer and transfer calls to the help desk. Administrators answered basic questions, took messages, or referred clients to staff members who could provide alternative assistance. As the speech recognition technology revolution unfolded, more and more companies were able to free up jobs and

Chatbot For Education
  • October 05, 2022

All students have various paces of learning and understanding, which has always been a problem for educational institutions. In choosing between meeting the expectations of students, parents, and teachers, the education sector is compromising by thinking about students’ learning experiences. There is a universal solution to all the troubles — the use of bots in