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Create a Question and Answer Chat Bot with Amazon Lex and Amazon Alexa



Dr. Péter Molnár
Adjunct Professor and Senior Research Scientist

J. Mack Robinson College of Business at Georgia State University



25 park place

Room 223 12:00am to 1:00pm



Win an excitingDrone as a Door Price!!



FREE PIZZA AND DRINKS

With the tremendous growth in Artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) recently. However, research shows that AI and ML models are often vulnerable to adversarial attacks and their predictions can be difficult to understand, evaluate and ultimately act upon.

Amazon Web Services (AWS) offers a number of Artificial intelligence (AI) services like image and video analysis, natural language, personalized recommendations, virtual assistants, and forecasting, that can be integrated into applications without deep expertise in machine learning. Each of the services can be used standalone, or in concert to create sophisticated human-like functionality. In this workshop, we show you how to deploy a question-and-answer bot using two open-source projects: QnABot and Lex-Web-UI. We demonstrate how to get started quickly using Amazon Lex, Amazon Alexa, and Amazon Elasticsearch Service (Amazon ES) to provide a conversational chatbot interface.



About the speaker: Dr. Péter Molnár is a consultant for Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence with AWS Professional Services, and Adjunct Professor and Senior Research Scientist at the J. Mack Robinson College of Business at Georgia State University. He is a data science and design leader whose passion is creating value from data analytics, modeling and simulations. A multidisciplinary academic and business professional, Dr. Molnár is advancing and applying data science theories and tools in both public and private domains.


Thank you

Tushara Sadasivuni
Ph.D. Candidate
IEEE President at GSU | ACM Program Chair
Department of Computer Science
Georgia State University


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