Text chat bot
Murphy is brand new and still learning so it sometimes doesn’t have an answer right away, but the more people interact with it, the more creative it will become, gradually improving the results.
– it is a chatbot service that runs on Microsoft Azure, and is a super quick way to build a bot.
For more information, see Add input hints to messages.
For a complete sample that shows how to create a speech-enabled bot using the Bot Framework SDK for .
You can set the property of the message to specify the text to be spoken by your bot. Reply To Activity Async(reply); method to create and send a message that specifies the text to be spoken, in addition to the text to be displayed and other options.
The following code example creates a message that specifies text to be displayed and text to be spoken and indicates that the bot is accepting user input. Create Reply("This is the text that will be displayed."); reply. The following code example creates a message that specifies text to be displayed and text to be spoken. The following code example creates a prompt that specifies text to be displayed, text to be spoken initially, and text to be spoken after waiting a while for user input.
Such as admissions information or building a student service bot?
When you send a message on a speech-enabled channel, you can attempt to influence the state of the client's microphone by also including an input hint to indicate whether your bot is accepting, expecting, or ignoring user input.
You can chat with Murphy using Skype and ask it hypothetical “what if …” questions like “what if I were superman?
” Murphy will try to respond with an image that visualizes an answer to your question.
It will take you 5-10 minutes, simply link it to an existing FAQ document or webpage and it will generate a bot to answer Qn A’s.
These can be embedded onto a variety of mediums, from Websites, to Skype, SMS or voice services, Whats App, Facebook messenger or even We Chat. Are there scenarios you could imagine using a bot within your school or university?
It was Arthur C Clarke’s third law that “any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic.” And Ray Kurzweil, who likened modern day technology to the spells and magic in Harry Potter: “Harry unleashes his magic by uttering the right incantation.