Desarrollando un chatbot de WhatsApp serverless

 
Spanish Intermediate DATA & AI

Microsoft proporciona LUIS y Bot Framework para desarrollar y crear bots de forma sencilla. Sin ser un experto en inteligencia artificial, puedes desarrollar e implementar agentes conversacionales. Agrega Azure Bot Service a la ecuación y tendrás un bot conectado a la nube que se puede insertar en varios canales, como Skype, Microsoft Teams, Facebook Messenger e incluso en su sitio web a través del canal WebChat con muy pocos pasos de configuración. Sin embargo, algunos canales no están disponibles actualmente en la oferta de Azure Bot Service. WhatsApp, la aplicación de mensajería más popular con 1.600 millones de usuarios mensuales es un ejemplo notable. Y a nuestros clientes les encantaría comunicarse con nuestras aplicaciones a través de esta aplicación de mensajería. Entonces, ¿cómo podemos abordar este problema? ¡Azure Functions al rescate! Podemos simplificar las cosas creando un código sin servidor que esté conectado a un número de WhatsApp a través de webhooks. Esto significa que se activará una función de Azure cada vez que un usuario envíe un mensaje a este número. Y podemos infundir inteligencia en la respuesta conectándola a un modelo LUIS para el procesamiento del lenguaje natural.

Speaker

Luis Beltran

Microsoft MVP, Xamarin Certified Mobile Developer

Hello! My name is Luis. I'm a Microsoft MVP in Developer Technologies and AI. I am currently pursuing a PhD in Engineering Informatics at Tomas Bata University in Zlin, Czech Republic. I am a fan of software development, particularly mobile apps with Xamarin integrated with cloud computing services, such as Azure. Moreover, Artificial Intelligence is amazing and one of my favorite topics! I've been developing .NET apps for more than 10 years. I find C# a really powerful language which allow us to create different kinds of software. I enjoy sharing my knowledge with others, either at writing a blog post or streaming an online session. Of course, activities such as talking for a conference and answering peeps' questions in social networks are included as well.

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