Building ChatBots with Amazon Lex
About this course:
Chatbots are a hot new technology - a great way to convey complex information to your customers in a free-flowing, conversational way. Amazon Lex is a great way to build them - an AWS service for building conversational interfaces for any applications using voice and text.
Amazon Lex is state-of-the-art, launched in April 2017. Powered by the same deep learning based engine as Amazon Alexa. No deep learning or natural language processing expertise is needed to build even complex bots. Provides an intuitive way of specifying the conversational interface. Automatically and dynamically adjusts conversational responses .Easy to build, test and publish app. Supports integration with other platforms such as Slack and Facebook.
The average salary of a Applications Developer is $75,323 per year.
Upcoming start dates
- Self-paced Online
Who should attend?
Website and mobile app developers looking to add chat functionality. Software developers looking to build sophisticated chatbots.
Basic python programming. Basic understanding of HTTP and how REST APIs work.
After completing this course, students will be able to:
- Build and deploy natural-sounding chatbots
- Design and build sound interaction models for your chatbots
- Implement robust fulfilment models using AWS Lambdas
- Develop third-party apps for Slack and Facebook
Why choose QuickStart?
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