Integrate QnA Maker Bots - Part 1 - Public Website
November 5, 2019
Problem Statement Nowadays, it’s quite common to add a “virtual assistant” (a.k.a chatbot) to your public facing website. Almost every organization, especially the ones dealing with endusers (B2C market-oriented organizations) try to add value to their websites in form of a bot. And Microsoft has done a pretty good job, making it easy to build a bot, with little effort and almost no coding. But unfortunately, there is not a complete guide provided, on how to create the bot from the very first click until it can be deployed on to a public website.
Microsoft Build 2019 updates on Conversational AI
May 9, 2019
As every year, Microsoft is hosting it’s Build conference again in Seattle aiming at showing the world all news around the latest developer tools and tech. As there is a ton of news, as usual, this blog post should give you an overview on the news and infos on the Conversational AI announcements at Build: Bot Framework Adaptive Dialog | docs | C# samples :: Simplify the development of sophisticated dialogs by dynamically updating as the conversation unfolds.
January 24, 2018
With the announcement of the GA status of the Language Understanding Intelligent Service a couple of weeks ago, I was thinking about how to easily enable people in using this awesome Cognitive Service. I was asked many times on how to easily use that service but I faced a lot of open questions and confusion. That’s why I decided to create a cheat sheet to illustrate the process of creating, training and publishing a LUIS model in order to use it within a Bot or other apps which should act intelligent and understand the human language.