This post is a technical discussion on the future of chatbots. It compares various leading platforms and discusses trends in chatbot usage and development. One of the ideas is deprecating intents to makes it easier for chatbots to detect user intents.
This post is a discussion and explanation of the future of Chatbots dialog possibilities. Today most chatbots match intents to inquiry, deprecating intents is when we can match the dialog directly to the database of information.
One can say that traditionally chabots or conversational AI agents, are constituted by a four pillar architecture. As seen here, there are two components; the NLU component and the Dialog Management…
This is a great discussion on how to detect user input from complex sentences. The basic premise is to create roles for an entity, and then establish patterns in which those roles may be used. The idea here is to make the chatbot create structure from user input, instead of forcing the user to structure input.
Chatbots are changing our practices and one of the affected areas are mobile apps. Now chatbots won't entirely replace mobile apps but there are very compelling reasons why they will gain market share and why you should be paying attention.