Tag Archives: NLP

AI at a fingertips with Microsoft Azure Cognitive Services & Azure Machine Learning

Hi, Today, Bots & more particularly Chatbots are on every lip! Why this buzz? The answer is very easy: AI has become mainstream thanks to vendors such as Microsoft, IBM and others. Chatbots make use of computational linguistics behind the … Continue reading

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Think twice before enabling Bing Spell Check at LUIS level

Hi, Enabling Bing Spell Check, one of the Azure Cognitive Services at LUIS level is a piece of cake, indeed, this involves the following steps: Getting a key Registering the key in LUIS Associating that key to your LUIS application … Continue reading

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How to properly train Microsoft LUIS?

Hi, I’m now working with LUIS since late December 2016 and I have detected some patterns that I think can be very useful when training your models. My observations are based on models that served different purposes. I’m not going … Continue reading

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SharePoint-hosted QnA versus QnA Maker, how do they compare to eachother

Hi, I’ve a little bit tackled this topic in my previous post but I’m now going to elaborate more and come with concrete results. Before making the comparison between a SharePoint-Hosted QnA and QnA Maker, let me describe shortly what QnA … Continue reading

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LUIS and POS-Tagging, better together to build great bots

Hi, I recently wrote a blog post on SharePoint’s nextgen searchbox that showed how to use a bot to query SharePoint instead of using the regular searchbox. As many of you know, SharePoint’s search engine is very powerful but end users will … Continue reading

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Writing a #cognitive #bot that leverages #luis #azureml and #qna maker

Hi, In this blog post, I’m going to show you how to create the boilerplate code & actions to leverage a magic set of tools, namely: the bot framework, LUIS, Azure Machine Learning and the easy-to-use QnA maker. Before diving … Continue reading

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#botframework custom #webchat control secret tip

Hi, Following an issue I reported to the GitHub repository, pay attention to use the right secret when working with the custom webchat control. Indeed, if you rebuild this control yourself, you’ll have to enable the DirectLine Channel and use … Continue reading

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