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Tag Archives: futurism

Artificial Intelligence: Coming to a hotel room near you

Artificial intelligence (AI)

In recent years, the potential of artificial intelligence (AI) has become a major point of intrigue in the travel sector. Right now, travel brands are using AI to power a new generation of chatbots that can communicate with customers and handle requests through text-based “conversations”. But chatbots represent a stepping stone towards something much bigger. In the future, hotels will …

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The need for hotel careers in the face of the gig economy

As the gig economy continues to take hold in various industries, it is also changing how we think about our chosen line of work. The 9-to-5 office is eroding while working from home and working when you want behaviours are gaining widespread acceptance. The impacts for hotels are manifold. At its core, this freelancer economy promotes a transient approach to …

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Is this really the future of hotels?

Neuro-dreaming: the future of hotels

Robobutlers, morphing hotels, choosing dreams and longevity spas, 3D printers to dial up a pair of slippers, or an iPhone? Is this really what’s in store for the the future? Futurist James Canton says so. When travellers check into a hotel in 2060 they can expect it to be on Mars, to feature augmented reality, artificial intelligence, morphing beds, robotics, touchscreen …

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