The development of an Oracle Digital Assistant project can allow you go beyond a simple chatbot, building an AI-powered assistant that connects to your backend applications and helps users accomplish a variety of tasks in natural language conversations. Still, like any other Chatbot project, it does not begin with the technology. Instead you start with a planning phase that clearly identifies the bot's usecases, its data requirements, the intents and entities, and the conversation flow, establishing a baseline.
Oracle Digital Assistant now has an update new Conversation Designer (initially added as a beta feature in September 2019). With the Conversational Designer, you can build skill conversations declaratively so that technical and non-technical people can follow and collaborate.
With the modeled conversation, you can then run a recorded simulation of your conversation design, or even generate the Oracle Digital Assistant skill, including intents, entities and the dialog flows, to perform a realistic test and demonstration to show your clients.
The examples, will teach you about the editing environment, the dialogs, and the code generator. However, it is important that you set your expectations right from the start. The Conversation Designer is a tool aimed at business users and designers. It is not intended as a visual IDE for programmers, though developers may have a head start in using it.
Join us on this webcast and learn how to start that and get going easily with the Oracle Digital Assistant Conversation Designer.
Presenter: Catalin Pohrib
Oracle EMEA A&C Cloud Adoption & Implementation Consultant – Oracle EMEA Innovation and Modernization Center
Demo: Tour through the Conversation Designer
This FREE online LIVE eSeminar will be delivered over the Web. Registrations received less than 24hours prior to start time may not receive confirmation to attend.
Date: Thursday, November 14th , 10 am CEST (9am BST/11am EEST)
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