Create your first ChatBot–Oracle Developer Meetup October 28th 2019 Zürich Swiss

imageJoin Code4Fun and Oracle for a Developer Meetup October 28th in Zürich Swiss

Today everybody is talking about AI and Chatbot – but how does it work “behind the scenes”? What is the value for enterprises using chatbots as a new communication channel?
In this event you will learn how to develop a business relevant Chatbot. Not only from a technical perspective, but also a Chatbot creating added value for an enterprise for the identified use case. Furthermore you will learn how to discover use cases and define its goals.
Afterwards you will have the chance to do some hands-on: develop your own Chatbot leveraging Oracle Digital Assistant (ODA). You will learn how to “train” a Bot using AI to understand user’s intents, and also how to develop a complete end to end solution, including the markup language BotML, define entities and how to invoke backend systems from the Chatbot.


Location:Prime Tower Zurich Hardstrasse 201 · 8005 Zurich

17:30:18:00 Welcome Drinks
18:00-21:00 Code4Fun Workshop (Use Cases & Hands-On)
21:00-21:30 Pizza & Beer

For details please visit the registration page here.

For additional local Meetups please see here.

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