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Designed to simulate a Mother chatting with her teenage son from her bed at night via laptop.

Explore each API resource below and test them out using your own parameters.

1) Create a bot 2) Upload bot file(s)** 3) Compile bot 4) Talk to your bot **NOTE: The current standard of open source has a bug causing a problem with file upload.

you can find a lot of basic support here and here The Bot Framework makes answering and responding to these kinds of queries very simple.

You can even integrate cognitive services to do NLP: https://docs.botframework.com/en-us/bot-intelligence/language/#navtitle You can use NLP and try analyze your A to D examples and match them to some predefined answers.

Each time you modify or upload a new file, the bot must be compiled before the changes are available during conversation.

AIML is a markup language that contains many rich features for creating chatbots. Download Rosie If you do not wish to use Rosie as a chatbot base, we suggest you at least grab the substitution files available on Github and upload them to your bot.

If you have written AIML before, or if you already have bot files, you can start from scratch and upload files via the API. These files perform input pre-processing as well as allow certain string transformations to take place in AIML templates.

We have released a base bot called Rosie, which will serve as a great starting place for any bot developer. Refer to this blog post for more information regarding the use of substitutions and substitution files.

Also available are SDKs developed by the PB community (please contact the individual contributor regarding any questions you may have on the following SDKs): Special thanks to the PB community for contributing to these open-source efforts, including: Dr.

Richard Wallace Daniel Fried Michael Kunze Takuya Tsuchida Keisuke Nakamura Slavik Markovich We strongly encourage anyone interested to develop and share their own SDK projects!

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