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Implementing Chatbots

Wikipedia: A chatbot (also known as a talkbotchatterbotBotchatterboxArtificial Conversational Entity) is a computer program which conducts a conversation via auditory or textual methods. 

Per my previous post on Artificial Intelligence,  this topic is nothing less than fascinating!

Oracle has been making strong moves into the world of intelligent chatbots, its impact with consumers, within the enterprise ecosystem and specifically, what it takes to successfully implement them. At the recent QCon London 2017,  Lyudmil Pelov, Lead Architect with the Oracle A-Team, had a great talk titled: Implementing Your Own Chatbot Platform!  I know, that's the past, but you can check out the slides posted on SlideShare




And by the way, Oracle President Thomas Kurian recently kicked off the first Oracle Code event (San Francisco), which covered Oracle's overall Cloud offerings and strategy for developers. His slides are also available on SlideShare here.

I know, I know - you're thinking, slides are just slides! Where's the beef?  You want to get your hands dirty at a live event right?  Check out the 20 city tour Oracle Code events, specially tuned by developers, for developers. And if one of those isn't nearby, you should check the locally led field events at events.oracle.com and search for your location.  Now if you still can't find a live event nearby, or simply can't spare the day on a "technical research outing" you can tune in to the free Oracle Mobile Platform YouTube channel, where technical videos about mobile (and chatbots too) are covered in detail! You're welcome.  :)



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