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Expo, React native… onboarding chatbot: Part three | by Rinaldo Stevenazzi | Nov, 2021
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Expo, React native… onboarding chatbot: Part three | by Rinaldo Stevenazzi | Nov, 2021

In summary for the moment we have, bubbles for the chatbot and the user, animation to simulate the chatbot’s text input. We still have to link all these components together, make them communicate.React allows us to create contexts, to encapsulate a part of our components to make them communicate with each other. We will share in this context a very usefull react hook : UseReducer. This hook will allow us to manage complex state logic.Then we will modified the chatbot screen and the bubbles factory to use the state management thought his context and update the app.Let’s start by create and initialise a UseReducer.const [state, dispatch] = useReducer(ChatBotReducer, InitialChatBotState)UseReducer takes 2 arguments :a reducer function (ChatBotReducer),initial state as input (InitialChatBot...
YouTube comment analysis. Part I. | by Manuel Gil | Nov, 2021
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YouTube comment analysis. Part I. | by Manuel Gil | Nov, 2021

Photo by Souvik Banerjee on UnsplashEach second countless amount of data is created by social media users on the internet, for instance, since 2013, the number of Tweets each minute has increased 58 % to more than 474000 Tweets per minute in 2019. Instagram users upload over 100 million photos and videos everyday. Due to this constant flow of data the internet turns out to be the best data source that can be encountered, thus being the object of numerous analysis that can be performed using artificial intelligence.One of the most famous platforms used these days to share media content is YouTube. YouTube is the preferred way that people use to share content, on this platform it can be encounter videos about endless topics so each video can reach millions of people that can react in a va...
Expo, React native… on boarding chatbot : Part one | by Rinaldo Stevenazzi | Nov, 2021
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Expo, React native… on boarding chatbot : Part one | by Rinaldo Stevenazzi | Nov, 2021

Users and bot are both use bubbles to display messages, but both bubbles are not the same. To simulate a discussion we need to find a way to make each message display independently with a delay. ChatBot bubble need animation before show message.We need to take all this specification to build our factory.For this part we create a bubble component, user-bubble, and the factory component, bubbles-factory. Finally we display them in a screen named Chat-bot.User-bubbleIt’s a simple component that displays the message we pass in its props (data) and some styling to match the design. I added an opening animation using the native react library, animated. I used animated’s parallel method to start an array of animations, opacity and x position.const UserBubble = ({ data }) => {const positionA...
Expo, React native… on boarding chatbot : Part two | by Rinaldo Stevenazzi | Nov, 2021
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Expo, React native… on boarding chatbot : Part two | by Rinaldo Stevenazzi | Nov, 2021

As I explained in the first part, the chatbot and the user use bubbles, but there is a big difference… this famous animation.This little animation gives life to the chat, and allows to simulate an interaction with a person and not a machine.For this animation, we will create 2 components.The first one, chat-typing which will be the animation component. A kind of animated bubble with an opening and closing animation.The second component, chat-bubble, will look like the user-bubble but with the management of the chat-typing component.At the end we will modified the chat-bot screen created in the part one, to used the chat-bubble component.Let’s take a closer look at the design.We can see 3 black circles, spaced one from the other, and with different opacity. You have to imagine this anima...
Deploying a Machine learning model as a Chatbot (Part 1) | by Abdulquadri Ayodeji Oshoare | Nov, 2021
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Deploying a Machine learning model as a Chatbot (Part 1) | by Abdulquadri Ayodeji Oshoare | Nov, 2021

The Dataset we are going to use is the Loan prediction dataset. The loan prediction dataset is a unique dataset that contains 12 columns. The data was gathered to predict if a customer is eligible for a loan.The Dataset is publicly available on Kaggle and can be accessed using this link.Let's Start with the bottom-up approach and build a simple Machine learning model. For this project, we would not be concerned with achieving high accuracy on our models. We only need enough accuracy so that our chatbot can make decent predictions on the fly.Loading and Analyzing the DataWe start by importing the necessary libraries like Pandas, NumPy, Matplotlib, and seaborn. We then use pandas read_csv() to read the data.#import neccessary libraryimport pandas as pdimport numpy as npimport matplotlib.p...
Deploying a Machine learning model as a Chatbot (Part 2) | by Abdulquadri Ayodeji Oshoare | Nov, 2021
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Deploying a Machine learning model as a Chatbot (Part 2) | by Abdulquadri Ayodeji Oshoare | Nov, 2021

© https://palletsprojects.com/p/flask/Flask is a python web framework used to build a lightweight, scalable webhook service to communicate with our chatbot. When the chatbot gets input from the user, it communicates to the machine learning model using Flask to make a prediction.Before creating our Flask webhook, we need to create a virtual environment to install Flask and its dependencies.#Navigate to a folder on your computer cd abdulquadri/oshoare/desktop/loanbot#install the virtual environment pip install venv myflaskbot#myflaskbot is my virtual environment nameInstall the DependenciesUsing the requirement.txt file found on my Github page, install the dependencies.pip install -r requirement.txtCreate the app.py file#import required librariesimport numpy as npfrom flask import Flask, ...
How to Get Started with Chatbots — Part 3 | by Joseph Alan Epstein | Oct, 2021
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How to Get Started with Chatbots — Part 3 | by Joseph Alan Epstein | Oct, 2021

Before diving into the ML behind customer-facing chatbots, I’ll first give a quick overview of the system (tl;dr). I will also speak from my experience with Dialogflow, and make the assumption that the approach is similar across other ML-based chatbots.Basically, everything is built around “Intents” and “Entities”.Intents: “When an end-user writes or says something, referred to as an end-user expression, Dialogflow matches the end-user expression to the best intent in your agent. Matching an intent is also known as intent classification.”(definition from Google cloud documentation)Intent diagram from the same documentation as the quote aboveThrough intents, the human creating the chatbot defines the possible topics of conversation. With this context provided, the chatbot can refer to fi...
Multimodal Conversation Design Tutorial (Part 2): Best Practices, Use Cases and Future Outlook | by Master Of Code Global | Sep, 2021
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Multimodal Conversation Design Tutorial (Part 2): Best Practices, Use Cases and Future Outlook | by Master Of Code Global | Sep, 2021

Welcome to part 2 of our tutorial on multimodal conversation design. In part 1 we learned about the basics of multimodal design and its related inputs and outputs. Today we’ll dive into contextualized best practices, review a common use case and discuss what the future might hold for multimodal conversation design.Context in multimodal conversation design is essential. We can’t just think in chat, or just think in voice, or visuals alone. We have to think about how they complement each other and which one best serves the user in any given moment. Where is the user? What are they trying to accomplish? These should be the main considerations when working with multimodal design.Knowing where users are while they progress through different steps of their journey can reveal both pain points ...
Building a Weather Bot using Bot Framework Composer- Part 2 | by Mitusha Arya | Jul, 2021
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Building a Weather Bot using Bot Framework Composer- Part 2 | by Mitusha Arya | Jul, 2021

The first part of the tutorial can be found here — https://chatbotslife.com/building-a-weather-bot-with-bot-framework-composer-fa62b7cc9623A dialog contains one or more triggers. Each trigger consists of one or more actions which are the set of instructions that the bot will execute. Dialogs can also call other dialogs and can pass values back and forth between them.In this tutorial, you learn how to:Add dialogs to a basic bot.Run the bot locally and test it.The main function of the bot is to report current weather conditions.To do this, you will create a dialog that:Prompts the user to enter a postal code to use as a location for weather lookup.Calls an external API to retrieve the weather data for the specified postal code.Start Composer.Select the weather_bot bot project from the Rec...
Most Common Website Errors and How to Fix Them (Part 2)
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Most Common Website Errors and How to Fix Them (Part 2)

Maintaining a website is important to maximizing your business potential. It’s how customers find you, learn about you, and transact with you. Without it, it could be challenging for you to break into a competitive market. One great way to ensure your business’s lasting impact is to make sure that your site is user-friendly and error-free.  Here’s the continuation of common website errors and the steps you can take to fix them.500 Internal Server ErrorThis is one of the most common error messages users will encounter on the internet. It is a catch-all response to indicate an internal problem encountered by a web server, preventing it from fulfilling a request.  What Causes It:  When you get this error, it means something went wrong with the server, but it’s unsure what it is. Usuall...
Most Common Website Errors and How to Fix Them (Part 1)
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Most Common Website Errors and How to Fix Them (Part 1)

Owning a website is more than just ensuring that your page loads quickly and appears professional. You also need to make sure it does not contain damaged links and is free from errors. The thought of a major website error can be daunting. For business owners especially, even just a minute of website down could mean loss of sales and revenue. Fortunately, most website errors are easy to solve. Even for those without a programming background, you can get your site up and running in no time. You only need to know where to start. We’ve put together a list of common website errors and the steps you can take to fix them. 400 Bad RequestThis error indicates that the website server cannot understand or will not process the request you sent, like a request to load a webpage, due to what it perce...
Creating a live chatbot for your website (Part 2): Modifying, training and testing your chatbot using Rasa X | by Obianuju Okafor | May, 2021
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Creating a live chatbot for your website (Part 2): Modifying, training and testing your chatbot using Rasa X | by Obianuju Okafor | May, 2021

Screen capture from my websiteHello! Welcome to the second part of a 3-part series involving creating and deploying a chatbot for your business or personal website using Rasa, Docker and Heroku. In the first part, I spoke about setting up the chatbot locally on your system and making changes to it using a text editor. In this second part, I will be talking about how to make changes to your chatbot using the platform Rasa X. I will teach you how to add new data, train your bot and use the newly generated model to talk to your chatbot, all through Rasa X.Rasa X is a Conversation-Driven Development (CDD) tool that helps you improve your chatbot. Rasa X provides a user interface for you to interact with your bot. With Rasa X, you can chat with your local chatbot as an end-user, you can also...
Building a chat bot that actually works for your business (part 1) | by Maria Melisa | Mar, 2021
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Building a chat bot that actually works for your business (part 1) | by Maria Melisa | Mar, 2021

Disclaimer: this post also serves as my notes over the years building various chat bots with various vendors, so this will get updated from time to time.Disclaimer 2 : to make this post neutral, I won’t be mentioning any vendor names here.My professional career requires me to dabble a lot in support suites, and soon enough chat bot became a part of the equation. I’ve experimented with a lot of approaches in my quest to build a quote unquote magical bot —from building them inhouse complete with our own NLP library, exploring local and international vendors, to doing a hybrid approach — all in order to build one that we all dream will be smart enough (one day) to tackle the virtually all of incoming inquiries from customers; and smart enough to sound like a human — you know the dream. Man...
Part II – A List Apart
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Part II – A List Apart

You and the rest of the dev team lobbied enthusiastically for a total re-architecture of the company’s aging website. Your pleas were heard by management—even up to the C-suite—who gave the green light. Elated, you and the team started working with the design, copy, and IA teams. Before long, you were banging out new code. Article Continues BelowIt started out innocently enough with an npm install here and an npm install there. Before you knew it, though, you were installing production dependencies like an undergrad doing keg stands without a care for the morning after.Then you launched.Unlike the aftermath of most copious boozings, the agony didn’t start the morning after. Oh, no. It came months later in the ghastly form of low-grade nausea and headache of produc...
Part III – A List Apart
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Part III – A List Apart

You’ve done everything you thought was possible to address your website’s JavaScript problem. You relied on the web platform where you could. You sidestepped Babel and found smaller framework alternatives. You whittled your application code down to its most streamlined form possible. Yet, things are just not fast enough. When websites fail to perform the way we as designers and developers expect them to, we inevitably turn on ourselves: Article Continues Below“What are we failing to do?” “What can we do with the code we have written?” “Which parts of our architecture are failing us?”These are valid inquiries, as a fair share of performance woes do originate from our own code. Yet, assigning blame solely to ourselves blinds us to the unvarnished truth that a sizable on...