For this guide we will be create an FAQ chat-bot using Azure bot services and QnA Maker for the knowledge base. The bot will then be integrated into a web page in part 2.
Following on from Part 1 where we created a plugin to send text messages. In this version we will use Microsoft Flow instead of the plugin. Although flow is easier to set up, I personally prefer the plugin method, as it gives you a lot more flexibility as well as sending instantly, if being run synchronously. Flow can sometimes take a few minutes to start.
This guide will show you how to implement an SMS activity that will allow you to send text messages from within dynamics using Twilio . This version requires a plugin to be written however i will be showing you how to make a no code version using flow in part 2.
Data Programming Tools
For this project R will be used as the core programming tool using R Studio as the IDE. R is a statistical programing language based on the S programming language. R was initially released in 1995 by Ross Ihaka and Robert Gentleman at the University of Auckland New Zealand. According to (Piatetsky, 2015) R is the most widely used tool for predictive modelling with 38% share of users compared to the next competitor RapidMinder with only 31% in 2014. R is used in a variety of areas such as for data mining and data analysis. R has a wide of range of tools available that can be used to create this solution.
The objective of this assignment is to analyse a dataset concerning bike rentals. The dataset is based on the real data from Capital Bikeshare company that maintains a bike rental network in Washington DC. The dataset has one row for each hour of each day in 2011 and 2012, for a total of 17,379 rows. It contains features of the day (workday, holiday) as well as weather parameters such as temperature and humidity. The range of hourly bike rentals is from 1 to 977. The bike usage is stored in the field ‘cnt’. Our task is to develop a prediction model for the number of bike rentals such that Capital Bikeshare can predict the bike usage in advance
The primary aim of the project is to design and implement a fundamental socially appropriate behaviour on the Nao (a small humanoid robot). This means a behaviour that will allow the robot to autonomously behave in a way that is appropriately reactive to people nearby. This is to be achieved within the framework of ROS (Robot Operating System).
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