Join Brandon Rich for an in-depth discussion in this video Understanding the interaction model, part of Developing Skills for AWS Alexa.
- [Instructor] After matching the speech to a skill, … the Alexa service will go on to match your words … to a certain intent within that skill. … This brings us to another part of the Alexa voice service, … this time built and configured by you, the skill author. … It's called the interaction model. … Intents are the building blocks of the interaction model. … They represent the different functions … and features of your skill. … For instance, … if your skill is designed to help users order pizza, … you might have three intents. … One to order the pizza, one cancel an active pizza order, … and another to provide the status of an order. … You provide each intent with sample utterances. … Sample utterances are the kinds of things … a user might say to invoke the intent. … Let's start with a simple one, the order status intent. … We'd provide the status intent with a few simple phrases, … such as "Where's my pizza", … "How long until my pizza gets here", … and "What is the status of my order". …
- 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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