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How Teachers Can Use Chatbots to Analyze a Student’s Learning Skills | by Stacey Wonder | Jun, 2021
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How Teachers Can Use Chatbots to Analyze a Student’s Learning Skills | by Stacey Wonder | Jun, 2021

ResourceArtificial intelligence is getting a little smarter every day. Digital learning continues its expansion at all levels of education. Bots are designed to make our lives easier, more informative, and more interesting. Their machine learning capabilities make them a promising technology in education. The knowledge base of chatbots will only grow, and the bots themselves will be able to learn along with students.With the abundance of existing online services in the e-learning segment, chatbots can guide each student individually, according to their level and chosen pace of learning. It makes learning accessible to almost anyone with access to Wi-Fi. Compared to traditional learning, chatbots do not require significant resource costs, and can potentially help millions of students aro...
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...