easyBot – Design and Run AI Bots Fast

 

easyBot – Easy to Use – Step by Step

1. Design Your easyBot

 
On the easyBot building page , you can design new conversations with an AI (such as chatbots, voice control systems, AI bots etc.). Just type the sentences that a human user and the AI say, into the respective input fields. The lines with input fields are numbered as these numbers represent the order in which utterances of the human user and the AI occur in their conversation.
 
At any time, build and immediately talk to your easyBot: Just press the ‘build easyBot’ button to see the processing circle turn for a few seconds while your easyBot is being built and deployed. When build is done, you will see a message, and a passcode (‘Bot Key’) is displayed in the upper right corner. You can now talk to your bot (see list of available channels below), or you can continue designing it.

How to Make the AI Understand What You Say

 
Often, the AI should have individual responses depending on what the users say. easyBot lets you design these individual “conversation flows” by providing multiple input fields for a conversation step. Each input field can contain a different utterance said by the human user, and for each human utterance you can design a separate response by the AI, followed by human utterances specific to this response and so on.
 
For example, if you let the AI say ‘how are you’, the human user might respond ‘good’ or ‘bad’ depending on the mood. For this, provide two parallel input fields in the “Human Says” column, by filling the existing field with ‘good’, and then pressing ‘Add New’ to get a second input field to input ‘bad’. Now, by clicking on ‘good’ or ‘bad’, you are activating the conversation that should follow. If you click on ‘good’ and then input ‘great to hear’ into the “AI Says” field. If you then click on ‘bad’, you will notice that the “AI Says” field is empty – because you still need to provide an AI response for the ‘bad’ mood. Type ‘sorry to hear’ in the “AI Says”. After building, the bot respond differently depending on what the user said. If they said they feel ‘good’, the AI will respond ‘good to hear’, if they feel terrible, the AI will respond ‘sorry to hear’.
 
By the way, you do not need to list up all possible wordings or similar expressions to what the user can say. These variations are added automatically using state-of-the art Natural Language Understanding (NLU) tools and tricks.
  
 

2. Talk to Your easyBot on Many Channels and Platforms

easyChat

Watch How-to Video on YouTube

Run any bot that you just built on the easyBot building page instantly by clicking the orange square at the bottom of the same page. Just type ‘start’ to launch your bot.

LINE

Watch How-to Video on YouTube

Please start your smartphone LINE messenger, and then add the easyBot channel as a friend either by scanning the QR-code below or by looking for its ID: @896kgllg. Start a chat by typing ‘start’, then the bot will guide you through the rest. The first time you use your bot on LINE, you will be prompted for the “Bot Key” displayed on the easyBot building page.

Alexa

Watch How-to Video on YouTube

Talk to your bot on Alexa>

1. Enable the easyBot skill on amazon.com (log in with your usual amazon.com account or with your dedicated Alexa account)

2.

   a) Run the bot on your Echo or other Alexa devices

   b) If you have no Alexa device, you can talk to Alexa also on your smartphone on an app called reverb.ai  (available on Android PlayStore or iOS-AppStore ) .

3. Make sure your Alexa device or reverb.ai is linked to the Amazon account that you used to enable the easyBot skill, and make sure the current language is set to US-English.

4. Start a chat with your bot by saying “alexa open easyBot and start”.  The first time you use your bot on Alexa, you will be prompted for the “Bot Key” displayed on the easyBot building page.

LINE QR-Code

896kgllg

Switch The Language