Voice, Chat and Vision Automation Bundle is an eLearning bundle that includes five courses in total. The courses are all about building voice, chat and vision applications using Amazon Alexa, Sikuli, Google DialogFlow, or Amazon Lex.

The following courses are included in the bundle:

  • Building Voice Apps Using Amazon Alexa — Alexa Skills for Echo & Other Amazon Devices
  • Building Vision Apps Using Sikuli — Explore the Power of Machine Learning for Automating Unusual Stuff
  • Using Elasticsearch and Kibana — Scalable Search & Analytics for Document Data
  • Building Chatbots with Google DialogFlow — Learn About Google’s Answer to Amazon Lex
  • Building Chatbots with Amazon Lex — Learn About Voice & Chatbots for Slack, Facebook, & More

Click here to open the Voice, Chat and Vision Automation Bundle on Ghacks Deals

All courses are designed for users of all experience levels. The regular price of the bundle is $845, but you get it for $29 for a limited time on Ghacks Deals.

Here are some of the things that you learn:

  • Cover voice & text interfaces and current trends in human-computer interaction
  • Discover how Alexa, Lex, Echo, & other bits of the amazon ecosystem come together
  • Explore interaction models like utterances, intents, slots, prompts, & their resolution into API calls
  • Learn how to automate, script, & image-match w/ SikuliX
  • Explore OCR-mode in SikuliX
  • Discuss voice & text interfaces and current trends in human-computer interaction
  • Explore interaction models such as intents, entities, contexts & their resolution into API calls
  • Manage the flow of conversations using linear & non-linear dialogs
  • Use webhooks to fulfill user intents & learn how to connect to external services to respond to queries
  • Use AWS Lambdas to fulfill user intents, & learn how AWS lambdas provide smooth, no-ops, auto-scaling code endpoints


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