Creating No Code Chatbot using Azure QnAMaker

English Introductory AI & Machine Learning

The session would demonstrate how a chatbot can be configured without writing custom code using Azure QnAMaker Cognitive Service, Web App Bot and other related resources. The setup would demonstrate the different use cases of QnAMaker and the options of feeding data to its knowledge base. It would also brief about how the chatbot can be used in a SharePoint Framework web part and the analytics options available for the QnAMaker service using Application Insights.


Aakash Bhardwaj

Microsoft 365 Developer at HCL Technologies

Microsoft 365 developer with around 6 years of experience working primarily on SharePoint and related technologies like Azure, .Net, ReactJs, Power Platform. Microsoft Certified Azure Developer Associate. Active contributor to open source SharePoint Patterns and Practices (PnP) Community.

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