Amazon Web Services, AWS, includes a significant number of services and features. Managing these services and knowing which services can be used and how can mean the difference in development time and cost. You need an AWS account to develop bots in Lex. Signing up is easy and many services are free.
- [Instructor] AWS has a lot of service, … which can make it confusing and scary. … It's certainly intimidating. … If you're like me, you're only interested … in a subset of the offering from AWS. … Like a department or other stores, … you probably go to the sections you need, … and don't worry about the rest. … We'll be using the Lex service mostly, … but we'll also be looking at a few others. … Don't worry, AWS will do the heavy lifting for us. … The work we'll be doing will be like managing … a blog or a spreadsheet. … We'll mostly just have to make decisions … and translate them into what Lex understands. … Signing up for an AWS account is free and easy. … Yes, both, free and easy. … Go to aws.amazon.com/free and sign up. … Many services are free to use … up to a limited use or time. … We'll use free services for this course, … but always be mindful of the cost … by going to the Billing & Cost Management Dashboard. … …
- Introducing Amazon Lex
- Lex API and CLI
- Creating the bot
- Testing the bot
- Defining slot types
- Configuring input and confirmation prompts
- Designing responses
- Publishing the bot
- Creating and connecting lambdas
Skill Level Advanced
AWS Machine Learning by Examplewith Jonathan Fernandes1h 23m Intermediate
Creating chatbots1m 36s
1. AWS Lex Overview
2. Creating a Bot
3. Slots and Slot Types
6. Functionality with Lambdas
Next steps1m 13s
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