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Chatbots entered the mobile technology world as a surprise trend in 2016, and since then the developments in the artificial intelligence are fuelling the growth of AI-driven chatbots. What differentiates ‘chatbot’ based apps from ‘regular’ apps is their User Interface. A ‘regular’ app requires you to navigate the interface with simple clicks on your phone, whereas a ‘chatbot’ based app is all about chatting with your AI-powered virtual friend. Chatbots are ruling everywhere, and available 24x7 to help—whether you want to talk to them about your emotions, need insights into your daily activity, or monitor your health. For instance, there is a chatbot named Ada —that has been trained over several years using real world medical cases and with insights from a team of over 100 doctors and scientists—to help you understand what could be possibly wrong if you’re feeling unwell. Let’s take one more example. Designed to be your personal health coach, Lark provides you insights into your daily activity, sleep cycle, and nutritional content of your meals. It is good at what it does, and surely won’t disappoint you. To know more about it, check out our Cover Story titled “5 groundbreaking AI-driven chatbots that worth your time.” This month, the “App of the month” title goes to HungerStop. Developed by the students of the Sharda University for the students of Sharda University, HungerStop app allows students to order food from cafes and restaurants that are available on the campus and get it delivered to their hostel room. But, what was the need for this app? Check the reason inside. Appy Reading!

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