Friday, February 26Digital Marketing Journals

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How to test chatbots in Rasa framework? | by Joanna Trojak | Feb, 2021
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How to test chatbots in Rasa framework? | by Joanna Trojak | Feb, 2021

Chatbots are the new apps. They are the new interface users can interact with to get a particular service. Much like in the case of mobile applications, user experience and quality should be the main goal for developers.The variety of tools is not so abundant like in case of web and mobile interfaces and many developers think that testing conversations are the most difficult types of testing around. The main problem is that conversations are messy. We cannot force the user’s to follow the designed happy path we have created.The majority of chatbot platforms do not provide all the necessary tools required to improve the quality of the conversation. For instance in DialogFlow we can assess the quality of intents, in respect of them failing or succeeding in the conversation but that’s it. ...
I’m learning all the time — conversation-driven development in a chatbot for Erasmus students with Rasa framework | by Joanna Trojak | Feb, 2021
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I’m learning all the time — conversation-driven development in a chatbot for Erasmus students with Rasa framework | by Joanna Trojak | Feb, 2021

I am sure that some of you are familiar with Test Driven Development or Behaviour Driven Development. I remember both of them from my Software Engineering at FEUP. When I have started doing chatbots, I have discovered something else, conversation-driven development.According to the article entitled Conversation Driven Development found of Rasa blog:Conversation-driven development (CDD) is the process of listening to your users and using those insights to improve your AI assistant.The article states that the biggest problem for chatbot developer is anticipating user’s input. Instead of assuming what they are going to ask the chatbot we give them the opportunity to say what exactly do they want.The process of Conversation Driven Development is the following:ShareReviewAnnotateTestTrackFix...
Facebook Ads for Local Businesses: A Framework for More Revenue : Social Media Examiner
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Facebook Ads for Local Businesses: A Framework for More Revenue : Social Media Examiner

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A Framework for Design Conversations – A List Apart
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A Framework for Design Conversations – A List Apart

We’ve all been there. A client or coworker shows us this amazing thing they (and maybe their entire team) have worked on for hours or weeks. They are so proud of it. It’s new or maybe it just looks new. They may or may not ask you what you think—but you’re there to experience it. And your brain quietly screams. Article Continues BelowAs an experienced designer, you often have an intuitive reaction and can quickly spot bad designs; they may be visually incongruent, poorly structured, confusing, lack social awareness, or look like they are trying too hard.If your initial response is so negative that it slips through into your expression or voice or body language, it can completely sabotage any possibility of buy-in. And, far more seriously, it can ruin the relationship ...