In the first of a 3-part series focused on the Bot Framework, this episode looks at how the Bot Framework now makes it easier than ever to develop incredible engaging experiences in Microsoft Teams.
This is Part 2 of a four-part series that breaks up a talk that Seth Juarez gave at the Toronto AI Meetup. (Watch Part 1)
- [00:13] Optimization (I explain calculus!!!)
- [04:40] Gradient descent
- [06:26] Perceptron (or linear models – we learned what these are in part 1 but I expound a bit more)
- [07:04] Neural Networks (as an extension to linear models)
- [09:28] Brief Review of TensorFlow
The Bot Framework Composer is an integrated development tool for developers and multi-disciplinary teams to build bots and conversational experiences with the Microsoft Bot Framework.
In this episode of AI show, Seth Juarez is joined by Vishwac Sena Kannan, Program Manager for Bot Framework to introduce and demo Bot Framework Composer. Visit https://aka.ms/BotFrameworkComp to get started.
[00:47] – Introduction and overview
[01:45] – Demo – Creating a new bot with Bot Framework Composer
[02:25] – Walkthrough – local bot runtime
[03:30] – Demo – triggers, actions
[05:06] – Language generation integration
[06:08] – Sample bot with Language understanding (LUIS)
[09:00] – Handling interruptions
[11:10] – Wrap up
Recently the Global AI Community held an AI night where Eric Boyd (Corporate Vice President of Azure AI) was the keynote speaker. Yours truly presented a session on Azure ML.
In this keynote, Eric Boyd shows us what makes Azure AI great for developers, gives behind the scenes stories, and teaches how you can get started with AI today.
For more information head over to http://aka.ms/AIDevResources
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