Chatten: Chatbots zijn computerprogramma’s die namens bedrijven zelfstandig met mensen kunnen ‘praten’. Het scripten van deze chatbots is een complexe aangelegenheid.
How to Select the Best Chatbot Platforms for Your Business5 (100%) 5 ratings Chatbot is an algorithm, a programming script that is designed to give users the ability to communicate online in order to perform a certain task, without any engagement of the human factor. This means that the user can realize their needs on a particular site, without the participation and activities of people who would otherwise have to work 24 hours a day, thus fully automating the whole process. A special category are Chatbots that have developed AI (Artificial Intelligence), so they can solve even more complicated tasks than those that are basic, and special emphasis is placed on individual chatbots that can already learn (Machine learning). Machine learning is realized by the algorithm that can be changed when exposed to new data or variables that are not present in their system. Chatbots can combine the steps of complex processes to streamline and automate common and repetitive tasks through a few simple voice or text requests, reducing execution time and improving business efficiencies. Chatbots can be built to repond to either voice or text in the language native to the user. You can embed customized chatbots in everyday workflows, to engage with your employee workforce or consumer enagements. What are Chatbot Platforms Chatbots allow for highly engaging, conversational experiences, through voice and text, that can be customized and used on devices and platforms.To make a chatbot, you need to create a very complicated backend that uses concepts such as data mining, machine learning, and NLP (natural language processing). Fortunately, various companies have developed a chatbot engine that can be used for free or with a certain amount of money, to create their own program. Almost every engine has a very intuitive graphical user interface that makes it easy to create basic chatbot […]
“There’s a door.”
“Where does it go?”
“It stays where it is, I think.”