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In this 2-hour long project-based course, you will learn how to create a chatbot assistant using the Open Source Chatbot Framework Rasa. Rasa is a free-to-use chatbot building framework developed in Python. In the project, we will be building a shopping chatbot which will help users with suggestions of laptops and phones based on their preference and budget. We will look at how to what’s Rasa NLU, a natural language understanding tool by Rasa. Then we will be looking at what’s Rasa Core which is a dialogue management system developed by Rasa. We will be building a shopping bot which will suggest products based on the user’s input. We will look at how to define intents, entities, writing training data for Rasa Core using Rules & Stories (example conversations). We will look at NLU training pipeline then learn how to define custom actions which can run Python code for a response. Note: This course works best for learners who are based in the North America region. We’re currently working on providing the same experience in other regions....

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創建者 Dara C


It started strong but fell apart for me at the end, with the instructor jumping all over the place and not explaining why he was changing things that had been well explained earlier. 2/3 of the way through this course I thought I had it, now at the end I am not so sure any more. I wrote much more detailed feedback but this box won't allow me to paste it and after the painful ending to the project I don't have the energy to re-type it all. Let me know if you want to know the rest.

創建者 jeremy e


This very poor quality for Coursera!

The introduction was done by referencing pages from the Rasa site, rather then by giving an overview.

The presenter had strongly accented English, and was very painful to follow.

There are simply better videos on YouTube, presented by the Rasa team.

Most courses on Coursera are refundable. This gives confidence to try things out. This one was not.