As part of a series of recent updates to our internal systems and software, Chargebacks911 has added AI-driven automation to its foundational platform, which focuses on automating translation and intercommunication between agencies. The program is available through a modular web service. As reported in a recent feature for The Paypers, it not only gives merchants accurate translations from other languages, it’s also fully automated, working seamlessly across dozens of languages.
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According to the article, languages are difficult for AI systems to grasp. Despite this, companies worldwide have been working to solve this issue. Similar technology to that which drives software like Google’s LaMDA is used to be able to read and interpret chargeback information from multiple languages. This has led to Chargebacks911’s intelligently automating the chargeback dispute process for its customers that use more than one language through its intelligent language translation service.
Even working in a single language, companies require skilled dispute professionals on staff to deal with the flood of both legitimate and illegitimate disputes. Adding the task of translating multiple languages into this equation means additional complexities and costs that can be avoided with the right technology.