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Episode Info: Aoife O’Connell is the Founder of, an Artificial Intelligence agency driven by HUMAN connection located in Sydney, Australia. helps businesses and humans’ position, build, and promote their brands with chatbots. Yarnly specializes in supporting SMB businesses by driving sales, service, and customer experience by applying the next generation of marketing, Chat Marketing, by building meaningful relationships with their customers 1:1 at scale with personality-driven automated conversations. In this week’s episode of The Artificial Podcast Nick talks with Aoife O’Connell of about the role that Artificial Intelligence will play in how humans connect with one another in the future. Aoife shares her viewpoint on the current state of AI having come from a background in enterprise-level digital marketing. Aoife talks about her work with chatbots, specifically the Manychat platform, and how her agency has helped small to medium-sized businesses reinvent the way that they interact with their customers and core audiences. Nick and Aoife discuss the impact that AI and chatbots are having on creative roles within organizations, and how those who work in marketing departments can begin preparing for the next wave of how brands will ultimately be sharing content and interacting with consumers. What do you want to learn about in the world of AI and Voice-First? Interested in becoming a guest? Send an email to Nick Myers at Follow The Artificial Podcast on Facebook at How to connect with Aoife: LinkedIn: Website: Instagram: Follow Nick On: LinkedIn: Twitter: @therednickm Instagram: @therednickm Want to learn more about how RedFox AI can help give your brand a voice through the power of AI and Voice-First? Visit
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