I worked with Microsoft's Bot Framework for the first time today, and setting up a QnA bot was a very quick process. Loved it, especially compared to previous experiences with Bottr.me and such. Have you created a bot for yourself (or a friend or a business) earlier? Would love to know more about the frameworks / systems / services used.
- I created a couple of test bots with Motion AI and it was super easy to use.
- Vinit Agrawal made this productOK, i am just a tiny bit biased. You know being the founder of this and have been working on this one thing for the past 2 years and all. But i think it's pretty good product to try out. Super simple to make bots, and all you need to know about "computer programming" is the spelling of those two words. You know that? Great, then go ahead make some Bots and deploy it on the "World Wide Web" and "Facebook-Messenger app" with two separate button clicks.
- I built about 10 using this, don't know a single line of code and this was so easy to learn and set up. Mic drop.
- Ashish Jain made this productI recommend Engati (www.engati.com/?utm_source=produ...) which is a Machine Learning (ML) driven chatbot platform to assist you in creating your own personalized bot on multiple platforms like Messenger, Slack, Skype, Kik, Telegram, Line, Viber. It just takes 5 minutes to create your account, and add interactive ML-based chat for different messaging platforms. After this, you can enjoy the analytics and relax! Their features include: -Detailed analytics of users’ interactions -Bot training - Web widget integration -Multi-platform support (Messenger, Slack, Skype, Kik, Telegram, Line, Viber) -Customise bot responses - Conversation flow definition and many more