Giving a glimpse: This course will teach you how to create useful chatbots without the need to write any code.
Leveraging IBM Watson's Natural Language Processing capabilities, you'll learn how to plan, implement, test, and deploy chatbots that delight your users, rather than frustrate them.
True to our promise of not requiring any code, you'll learn how to visually create chatbots with Watson Assistant (formerly Watson Conversation) and how to deploy them on your own website through a handy WordPress plugin. Don't have a website? No worries, one will be provided to you.
Chatbots are a hot topic in our industry and are about to go big. New jobs requiring this specific skill are being added every day, consultants demand premium rates, and the interest in chatbots is quickly exploding.
Gartner predicts that by 2020, 85% of customer interactions with the enterprise will be through automated means (that's chatbots and related technologies).
Here is your chance to learn this highly in demand set of skills with a gentle introduction to the topic that leaves no stone unturned.
This course is part of multiple Specializations
- A Specialization is a series of courses that help you master a skill. When you complete this course, your progress will count towards your learning in any of these Specializations:
- AI Foundations for Everyone
- Applied AI: Artificial Intelligence with IBM Watson
- IBM Artificial Intelligence Professional Certificate
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- Shareable Certificates
- Self-Paced Learning Option
- Course Videos & Readings
- Practice Quizzes
- Graded Assignments with Peer Feedback
- Graded Quizzes with Feedback
- Graded Programming Assignments
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