In this video, learn about how powerful machine-learning algorithms make natural dialogue experiences possible inside Alexa devices, and how and when to let Alexa autonomously interact with a user to collect inputs.
- [Instructor] There are two more bits … of information we need to get from the user … before we can place a pizza order. … The crust and the pizza size. … For those last two, … we won't find existing slot types to help. … We need custom types, … so let's head down under interaction model to slot types … and click add. … We'll create a custom slot type … and we'll call this crust type. … Create that custom slot type, … and now we need to give example values. … What are going to be the acceptable values … for crust type? … Now I want to be very clear here. … We are not performing validation at this stage. … Just like with AMAZON.Food, … these values are going to serve as a guide … for the natural language processor. … We'll say thin, … thick, … and you see, … we start to get some sort of AI-powered suggestions here, … thick and stuffed crust, okay? … And we can give some synonyms, … so maybe the thick crust is also the regular crust, … so if they say regular, … then we'll map that to thick. …
- Designing effective voice interactions
- Designing an interaction model
- Building voice interactions
- Building an interaction model
- Alexa response functions
- Skills software development kit (SDK)
- Mapping values
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Design Your Alexa Skill
2. Alexa Skill First Steps
3. Building the Interaction Model
4. Enhancing the Voice Interaction
5. Publishing to the Alexa Skill Store
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