ADNEC launches 'Jawab' chatbot

Chatbot will support exhibitors and visitors to Abu Dhabi National Exhibitions Company events

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ADNEC launches 'Jawab' chatbot The Jawab chatbot will support visitors, exhibitors and organisers of events at ADNEC.
By  Mark Sutton Published  October 24, 2018

Abu Dhabi National Exhibitions Company (ADNEC) has launched its own chatbot to support its events.

The ‘Jawab' chatbot, which has been designed to respond to enquiries from ADNEC exhibitors, organizers and visitors, will be tested at the Middle East Games Con from 25-27th.

ADNEC says it is the the first exhibitions venue in the MENA region to launch a customer interactive machine learning chatbot.

In the trial phase, Jawab will run on ADNEC's website,, and will provide communications only in Arabic. In future the chatbot is planned to run on the ADNEC site and Facebook Messenger presence, as well as on the Al Ain Convention Centre (AACC) website.

Services in Arabic will be introduced along with features such as voice command and textual communication. The next stage of ‘Jawab' is planned to be launched during the International Defence Exhibition (IDEX) 2019.

Humaid Matar Al Dhaheri, Group CEO of ADNEC said: "It is our constant endeavour to integrate the latest technological advancements seamlessly into our products and service offerings, as part of our mission to foster a culture of innovation and excellence, which effectively contributes to enhancing our competitiveness and capabilities to emphasize Abu Dhabi's position as the regional capital for business tourism.

"In line with our commitment to innovation, we launched ‘Jawab,' a chatbot platform based on Artificial Intelligence, aimed at enhancing customer experience and providing them with accurate and timely information about our centres, services and the events that we organize or host, which falls in line with the UAE's policy to enhance the field of science, technology and innovation."

181 days ago
nishita goyal

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