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I'm in the process of learning as much about chatbots/CUI applications as possible and I'm trying to find more information on some of the major players in this field. By this, I mean any execs, developers, academics, designers, etc. who are doing cutting edge things. Some examples could be David Marcus (VP of messaging products at Facebook) or Adam Cheyer (VP of engineering at Viv).

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    $\begingroup$ @AvikMohan If you have an answer, please post it below. And posting a link to send users elsewhere to find an answer is counter-productive to this site. Thanks. $\endgroup$ – Robert Cartaino Sep 2 '16 at 0:18
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    $\begingroup$ I don't mean any offense but I don't understand how what I posted isn't appropriate. I didn't have a full answer but I had access to information, specifically a way to look at cutting edge research per the question. I was trying to be considerate by not cluttering up the actual answers but if that what it takes.. I just thought pointing users to relevant information was a key part of this site, not unwelcome. Deleting my comment suggests you want a trivial answer or to leave out information I have that can help this individual. The point of this SE is education, which those do better than I. $\endgroup$ – Avik Mohan Sep 2 '16 at 0:47
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    $\begingroup$ @AvikMohan I understand your confusion. Everyone knows you can find this stuff elsewhere, but the purpose of this site is to curate actual knowledge vetted by our community here. We're a bit like Wikipedia in that respect. You wouldn't search Wikipedia for "Ronald Regan" (for example) and expect find just a link to his book. Folks here will work hard to build this collection of knowledge, so when someone finally finds this site through search, the last thing should do is send them elsewhere for that information. It may be that you just don't have an answer. $\endgroup$ – Robert Cartaino Sep 2 '16 at 15:16
  • $\begingroup$ Keep in mind, StackExchange has a financial motive to keep users within their network as much as possible. So this discussion by Robert Cartaino isn't exactly coming from an unbiased point of view. $\endgroup$ – mindcrime Sep 6 '16 at 14:53
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One of them is certainly Doctor Richard Wallace. Doctor Wallace was the original author of the Artificial Intelligence Markup Language spec and is Chief Science Officer at PandoraBots.

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