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How To Migrate Your Chatbot From IBM Watson Assistant To Rasa

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IBM Watson Assistant (WA), at its core has a basic intent and entity structure. Intents are as minimalist as can be. During the intent creation process, there are two features which aid in the defining of intents. Bot of these features translate into better defined intents, and translates nicely into the JSON export file. Hence the leverage these functions lend to the intent creation process is not lost.


IBM's Watson Assistant can now field election questions

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Ahead of the U.S. presidential election on November 3, IBM today announced it's working with states to put information into the hands of potential voters. Using the AI and natural language processing capabilities of Watson Assistant, IBM says it's helping field voter queries online and via phone by advising people on polling place locations, voting hours, procedures for requesting mail-in ballots, and deadlines. Research from the Pew Center indicates that nearly half of all U.S. voters expect to have difficulties casting a ballot due to the coronavirus pandemic. In a recent NPR/PBS NewsHour/Marist Poll, 41% of those surveyed said they believed the U.S. is not very prepared or not at all prepared to keep November's election safe and secure. IBM's election-focused Watson Assistant offering taps Watson Discovery to surface information about voting logistics from federal, state, and county websites; local news reports; and government documents.


C1000-012 IBM Watson Application Developer V3.1

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Udemy Coupon ED C1000-012 IBM Watson Application Developer V3.1 Number of questions: 60 Number of questions to pass: 44 Time allowed: 90 mins Status: Live This exam consists of 5 sections described below.New Created by Mari F Included in This Course 20 questions Practice Tests Test 1 10 questions Test 2 10 questions Description Hard work is one way of achieving goals. There is no famous person or single individual in history who has achieved his or her goals in life without working hard and sweating on them. Whether working more than anyone, studying more than anyone, or even suffering more than everyone else, you need to understand the importance of working towards your ultimate goal, without that, there is no way to have goals in life that are achievable really. To start the hard work, you can set your schedule, write down the tasks and functions of the day and find the right people and resources to help you. Who this course is for: Technology professionals Technology courses instructor since 2019 and database specialist.


Taking A Look at IBM Watson Assistant Intent Recommendations

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Most often the first step in creating a chatbot is listing the different intents. Intents are really the different intentions a user might want to exercise in using your chatbot. From this example Customer Care Sample Skill, the different intents are clearly care related to each other. The first intent addressed, usually is the greeting, then the goodbye, followed by small talk. The key is to segment the intents accurately, and not have conflicts.


Eighth grader builds IBM Watson-powered AI chatbot for students making college plans

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While her peers reveled in an unprecedented virtual school year, the self-described "technology enthusiast," Harita Suresh, 13, was bored. She decided on an online course and settled on IBM Skills Network's "AI chatbots without programming." She lacked experience with artificial intelligence, but was eager to learn through the self-paced course. Harita is more than a little familiar with tech, "I have been interested in technology since I was 5," she said. "My first coding challenge was the Lightbot Hour of Code. I was fascinated that the code I wrote could control the actions of the characters on screen. Since then, I pursued coding on multiple platforms like code.org, The more I learned about tech, the more I wanted to know. In fifth grade, I took a Python programming course offered by Georgia Tech."


Build an AI Personal Trainer with IBM Watson Assistant - Part 1

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Staying healthy and fit is a critical habit to build (especially in the midst of a global pandemic). Unfortunately, without the amenities of our everyday fitness routines-- lavish community gyms, expert personal trainers, even that one buddy who spends way too much time working out-- staying in shape can be a struggle for many. But what if you could have 24/7 access to expert-level, on-demand personal training advice, as quickly and easily as sending a text message? Thanks to increasingly sophisticated conversational AI technologies, it's now possible to build your very own virtual workout advisor in just minutes (even if you have no clue how to code). In this tutorial, we're going to walk through the process of creating an AI personal trainer using IBM's Watson Assistant.


2020 No-Code AI & Machine Learning Using IBM Watson AutoAI

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In this course I am going to introduce you to Watson Studio AutoAI by IBM. Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML) are two very hot topics nowadays. Experts claim that AI & ML are going to revolutionize the world. This course is designed for those who want to take a short cut to these technologies. Auto AI and Auto ML are new tools that provide methods and processes to make Artificial intelligence and Machine Learning available for non-experts.


Eighth grader builds IBM Watson-powered AI chatbot for students making college plans

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While her peers reveled in an unprecedented virtual school year, the self-described "technology enthusiast," Harita Suresh, 13, was bored. She decided on an online course and settled on IBM Skills Network's "AI chatbots without programming." She lacked experience with artificial intelligence, but was eager to learn through the self-paced course. Harita is more than a little familiar with tech, "I have been interested in technology since I was 5," she said. "My first coding challenge was the Lightbot Hour of Code. I was fascinated that the code I wrote could control the actions of the characters on screen. Since then, I pursued coding on multiple platforms like code.org, The more I learned about tech, the more I wanted to know. In fifth grade, I took a Python programming course offered by Georgia Tech."


GLTR from MIT-IBM Watson AI Lab and HarvardNLP

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Obviously, GLTR is not perfect. Its main limitation is its limited scale. It won't be able to automatically detect large-scale abuse, only individual cases. Moreover, it requires at least an advanced knowledge of the language to know whether an uncommon word does make sense at a position. Our assumption is also limited in that it assumes a simple sampling scheme.


IBM Teams Up With Ad Council for AI-Powered Program

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Randi Stipes, CMO at IBM Watson Advertising, explained that "Call for Creative" is IBM's commitment "to help the advertising industry reemerge stronger from Covid-19." Through this initiative, the tech company ultimately wants to demonstrate how artificial intelligence can drive positive change when used in a purposeful way, geared toward helping the ad industry get back on its feet after the detrimental effects of Covid-19. IBM had debuted the award-winning Advertising Accelerator tools with Watson earlier this year and gave access to the Ad Council, which it is partnering with for this project. The Accelerator harnesses AI to "continuously learn and predict the optimal combination of creative elements to help brands deploy more effective digital campaigns based on key signals like consumer reaction, weather and time of day," a statement from the company said. Brands that leveraged Accelerator experienced a 25% increase in performance throughout a campaign along with a 10% lift in site visits after one week, the statement continued.