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How does chatbot works ?

I want to create a chatbot as a part of my course . So I want to know the working of chatbot .I don't need the codes ,anybody explain the working of chatbot?

1st Nov 2018, 10:42 AM
Dilna.P.S
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Dilna.P.S, One of the options how a chatbot makes up functionallity is to match() certain words or phrases that the client has inputted in the chatbox. Therefore if a certain word/phrase match() your word/phrase that U have reserved for a reply to that certain word/phrase.(Hope I explain it well enough👍) E.G.: User input: Hello, how are you doing chatbot? match(): /how are you/ // if client input matches the match() // then output the reserved word/phrase chatbot output: I am doing fine, thank you.
1st Nov 2018, 11:34 AM
🌴Vincent Berger🌴
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Recursive Backtracking Neural Networks. Recursive Backtracking is when a program tries every possible outcome of a situation. Neural Networks are an artificial intelligence based on the human brain. Nodes are connected and do calculations that make the AI do whatever it was programmed to do. The AI is split into 50 versions of itself. The most successful node becomes the father of the next generation of 50 nodes, that are slightly mutated. Unsuccessful versions are destroyed and never seen again. The strong survive and are replaced by stronger children. These are used in AI's that play games, track different things, become machine learning tools, and can be chatbots. It mimics other conversations it's had, and learns how to talk by how people respond. The more practice it gets chatting, the more perfect it becomes.
2nd Nov 2018, 1:16 AM
Clint
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It contains huge group of if elses
2nd Nov 2018, 5:54 PM
Sharofiddin
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Simple: The codes read what you say, and the bot will give the answer that alredy available E.g: If (the user say hello){ The Bot Say: Hello To You Too! }
2nd Nov 2018, 8:50 AM
Jingga Sona
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By, interest chatbot a little information, thanks.Antonella.
2nd Nov 2018, 3:51 PM
Antonella Ancelotti