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Developing Bots with Microsoft Bots Framework: Create Intelligent Bots using MS Bot Framework and Azure Cognitive Services by Ritesh Modi, Srikanth Machiraju

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© Srikanth Machiraju and Ritesh Modi 2018
Srikanth Machiraju and Ritesh ModiDeveloping Bots with Microsoft Bots Frameworkhttps://doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4842-3312-2_10

10. Azure Cognitive Services

Srikanth Machiraju and Ritesh Modi1
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Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh, India
 
Bots can be broadly divided into two categories: chat bots and smart bots . Chat bots respond using a predefined set of rules and hence the responses are limited. For example, if you build a bot for reserving a table in a restaurant, the bot would always ask the basic questions of date and time, number of people, and seating preference (indoor/outdoor). If you throw a random request at the chat bot, it might not respond with a meaningful message or might just respond with a generic ...

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