Learn how to incorporate Language Understanding Intelligent Service (LUIS) in your bots to make interactions more natural and conversations more realistic.
- [Instructor] Before we integrate our code in Visual Studio…let's just take a look at LUIS.…I'm out here at LUIS dot AI and I've got this app set up,…Clippy for Office Point.…This is really the Office Point bot in 0.4 LUIS…that I've created.…And you'll notice a couple of things,…in intense I've got some things that may look familiar…like a random fact intent.…This random fact is designed to figure out…what a user wants when they're asking for a fact.…
So if we go to review labels in LUIS…we can see all of the labels, and this is really…the verbiage that can be used by a user…and what intent they map to.…So you'll notice here at the bottom we have a phrase,…tell me a fact, and that's going to point…to the intent random fact.…Or get the latest news will point…to the intent trending news.…We can add a new intent, for example,…if somebody is going to ask us to tell…or ask our bot to tell them a joke…we could say, let's add tell joke intent…and an example would be, someone might say,…tell me a joke and we can save that.…
- Recall the concept of a connector.
- Apply appropriate commands to create a dialog using FormFlow.
- Name the service that Cortana uses for language and semantic interpretations.
- Explain how a user can exchange messages with a bot.
- List three platforms where the services and features of Cortana are available.