Join Bear Cahill for an in-depth discussion in this video Next steps, part of Building Intelligent Chatbots on AWS.
- Order dinner please. … - [Lex Bot] What would you like to eat? … - Pizza. … - [Lex Bot] From where would you like to order? … - Monica's. … - [Lex Bot] Where would you like the food dropped off? … - The lobby. … - [Lex Bot] Are you sure you want … to order pizza from Monica's? … - No. … - [Phone] Okay, I'll delete your order. … - [Bear] Well that's a lot to go over … but I hope you agree that a lot of the heavy work … is being done by AWS. … It understands texts and speaks very well. … I don't think I'd know how to write all that. … On your side, you'll need to provide the functionality … to book a hotel, order food, or whatever you need to do. … However a Lex bot can sit in front … for the user to give their input. … And hopefully, you've learned how to create those bots now. … Next I recommend experimenting … with sharing information between intents. … We saw a little bit of that at the end … with the book trip bot. … Also check out courses with Lambdas … to see what power that can bring. …
- 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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