Today's bots can help us order food, shop for clothes, save money, and find restaurants. For example, Digit helps you manage your money by showing your bank balance, upcoming bills, and helping you save money through text messages.
In this video, now that you have a good understanding of the different components and their role in the overall environment, we will start to delve into more advanced features. This video course will show how to add conversational logic to a bot by using LUIS and covers the basics, setting up Visual Studio, and exploring the LUIS User Interface, ending with building a demo bot using LUIS. We then move onto publishing your bot to Azure as well as deployment into different channels. You will finish the course by building your own bot using the knowledge gained from previous sections.
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This video explains the Cognitive Services and LUIS.
This video covers an overview of the basics of LUIS and the relevant components.
Get familiar with the LUIS User Interface (UI) and create the different components in LUIS.
Set up Visual Studio to deploy LUIS.
Build a bot using the LUIS Dialog and link to the LUIS intents and entities to deploy.
Publish your bot to Azure through Visual Studio, register your bot, and add extra security.
Once the bot is published, we look how to deploy it to Skype through the Bot Developer Portal.
This video shows the steps to publish through Facebook Messenger, including setting up a new Facebook Page and Facebook Developer account.
Create a custom message in Facebook Messenger using Facebook Developer templates.
Set up the flow of our bot in the LUIS User Interface based on client specifications.
Code our bot using multiple Form Flows and configure the LUIS Dialog.
Publish our bot to Azure and FB Messenger and test our bot.
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