Microsoft has announced new major updates related to Conversational AI tools including updates to Aure Bot Service, Microsoft Cognitive Services Language Understanding, and QnAMaker. The company has also announced the release of new experimental projects from the Cognitive Services Labs including Conversation Learner and Personality Chat.

Microsoft’s Conversational AI tools will enable the developers to build, connect, deploy, and manage intelligent bots that naturally interact with their users on a website, app, Cortana, Microsoft Teams, Skype, Facebook Messenger, Slack, and more.

Microsoft’s Bot Framework Team says, “It’s quick, free, and easy to get started with the Microsoft Bot Builder software development kit (SDK) and its related tools, for a complete bot building experience. Building intelligent bot requires stitching together several components. Developers can quickly add layers of sophistication to their bots by using the collection of Azure Cognitive Services that include Language Understanding, QnA, dialog, speech, vision knowledge, and much more.  As always, you can host your bot directly on Azure at scale using Azure Bot Service, or in your preferred hosting location.

For a more in-depth look at each of these service updates, check out their respective web pages and associated blogs or peruse the Build blog homepage, where there may be a more thorough review from one of the service team’s developers”.

Microsoft Conversational AI tools enable developers to build, connect and manage intelligent bots

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