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We are building our own enterprise chatbot. This chatbot helps enterprise users to run various tasks – invoice processing, inventory review, insurance cases review, order process – it will be compatible with various customer applications. Chatbot is based on TensorFlow Machine learning for user input processing. Machine learning helps to identify user intent, our custom algorithm helps to set conversation context and return response. Context gives control over  sequence of conversations under one topic, allowing chatbot to keep meaningful discussion based on user questions/answers. UI part is implemented in two different versions – JET and ADF, to support integration with ADF and JET applications.

Below is the trace of conversations with chatbot:

User statement Ok, I would like to submit payment now sets context transaction. If word payment is entered in the context of transaction, payment processing response is returned. Otherwise if there is no context, word payment doesn’t return any response. Greeting statement – resets context.

Intents are defined in JSON structure. List of intents is defined with patterns and tags. When user types text, TensorFlow Machine learning helps to identify pattern and it returns probabilities for matching tags. Tag with highest probability is selected, or if context was set – tag from context. Response for intent is returned randomly, based on provided list. Intent could be associated with context, this helps to group multiple related intents: Read the complete article here.

 

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Using SMS is a very convenient way to communicate with someone these days and most people prefer to use SMS instead of email. SMS also gives you a history of the conversation while, for example, the context of a phone call can be easily forgotten if you don’t take notes.

In the same way that you text someone these days, you could also apply the same idea to business communications. The convenience, flexibility and speed of SMS can dramatically improve customer service. On top of that, several business tasks could be easily automated. Just imagine that you can get the status of something you order without waiting in line or having to download a particular mobile app by just texting the business’ phone number.

Having the capability of serving your users using SMS with an Intelligent Bot performing the interactions is the exact scenario we are going to explore in this article. Read the complete article here.

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The key to building a successful chatbot is to ensure that the bot and the user can have a conversation that both sides understand.

How well the bot understands the conversation depends in part on the quality and amount of end user utterance data. In Oracle Intelligent Bots, sample utterances define a base set of phrases (which would be regarded as typical phrases for that intent) that are used to train the bot to resolve user intent.

In this article we offer some general guidance for designing the utterances for your intents, with specific attention to the case when you do not have access to a set of actual end user utterances. Read the complete article here.

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Oracle Mobile Application Framework (MAF) release, 2.5.0

This is a major release containing a number of platform upgrades and enhancements, including the following:

A NEW release of JDeveloper is required. 

You need to install the MAF extension in Oracle JDeveloper 12c (12.2.1.3.0).  See Installing Oracle JDeveloper Studio in Installing Oracle JDeveloper and Installing Mobile Application Framework with JDeveloper.
The embedded Cordova platform engines have been updated to the following versions:

iOS version 4.5.0

Android version 6.2.3

Universal Windows Platform (UWP) version 5.0.0

We now support iOS 11, iPhone X and Xcode 9.

You need Xcode 9.x to build and deploy your MAF applications. Upgrade your installation to Xcode 9.x, as described in Using Xcode 9.x with MAF 2.5.0.

We have deprecated 32 bit support for iOS devices.

Please check the Certification Matrix for devices now supported. Read the complete article here.

 

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Want to become an Oracle Cloud expert? Join us for a hands-on training at the Oracle Developer Innovation Day 2018. As part of the one day workshop you get the opportunity to try the latest Oracle cloud services, presented at Oracle OpenWorld 2018 hands-on.

Schedule & location: November 29th 10:00 am – 4:00 pm

Oracle, Riesstr. 25, 80992 Munich Germany

Topics:

  • Serverless
  • Container
  • Mobile & Digital Assistant
  • Blockchain
  • NoSQL
  • Autonomous Database

 

For details please see the registration page here.

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Duration: 28 days

Language: English

Available Again! This course was run previously so if you didn’t have time to finish or didn’t get a chance to take the course previously, here is your chance! Enroll today!

Description

Oracle JavaScript Extension Toolkit (JET) empowers developers by providing a modular open source toolkit based on modern JavaScript, CSS3 and HTML5 design and development principles. Oracle JET is targeted at intermediate to advanced JavaScript developers working on client-side applications. It’s a collection of open source JavaScript libraries along with a set of Oracle contributed JavaScript libraries that make it as simple and efficient as possible to build applications that consume and interact with Oracle products and services, especially Oracle Cloud services.

In this three week Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) you will learn how to:

Apply basic JET principles to create Oracle JET applications including JET modules, layouts and components

Apply more advanced JET functionality, including navigation, routing, validation, layouts, and responsive design.

Create hybrid mobile applications with Cordova in combination with Oracle JET.

Integrate with the world outside Oracle JET, e.g., the Composite Component Architecture (CCA components) and the Oracle Cloud.

Deal with the remaining enterprise-level challenges, i.e., internationalization, accessibility, and security.

Trainer: Geertjan Wielenga

Geertjan Wielenga is an Oracle product manager focused on open source tools and technologies such as Oracle JET (oraclejet.org) and NetBeans IDE (netbeans.org). He lives and works in Amsterdam, the Netherlands.

For more details please visit the registration page here.

 

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Now that we have set up a first stable version of our application within VBCS, it is time to explore the mobile capabilities of VBCS. It leverage the capabilities of MAX (Mobile Accelerator) and is build in to the VBCS platform.
This blog post will take you through the basics of the functionality.
We start by sharing our application resources of the build VBCS web application. In the security properties we toggle to enable Resource sharing.

Once this is done, we go to the home screen and create a new mobile application.

This action will open MAX within VBCS. In the create application wizard we choose the
Screen with Top Tabs as basic template. Read the complete article here.

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