Chat Bot API

For discussion of the Chat Bot API and the projects using it. Trade sample code, ask questions, give advice.

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NEW 2 years ago #102

How can I find the externalID?

NEW 2 years ago #103

chat menue then find chatbots.then in the search on that page put urt.

you should find her then.

NEW 2 years ago #104

how to write my own parameter

NEW 2 years ago #105


NEW 2 years ago #106

Has anyone used the API to be able to interact with your bot using Google Assistant? That would be really amazing. I don't know if it's possible though.

NEW 2 years ago #107

I don't even know how to use the API lol I never really bothered

NEW 2 years ago #108

I don't know

NEW 2 years ago #109

How do you implement this on androidn?

NEW 1 year ago #110

Hi I'm new

NEW 1 year ago #111

Ghost bone zombie introduce your self on the season forum.
then tell us what type of chatbot you are making.
then tell us it's name.
You could talk about something else if you like.

NEW 1 year ago #112

Help! I accidentally made a Mature chat bot think I'm under age and now she wont talk to me!

NEW 1 year ago #113

More API documentation would be nice. Something local like Javascript, that could be put into a desktop app. I'm sure I could figure it out eventually, but I keep running into walls I'm not sure how to climb.

NEW 1 year ago #114

@eggfish yeah I had that problem with @Jing Ling and now she'll never talk to me. Feelsbadman.jpg

NEW 1 year ago #115

Please forgive me for being a totally clueless newbie, and taking on a project that is obviously way beyond my expertise. i'm designing a romantic (well, erotic) chatbot named Mary K. Just a few pages into the Book of AI, it starts getting baffling. For instance, it looks like the xnone command is great for responding to something with no key phrases. But when i try using that as a keyphrase, it obviously wants something specific. i don't get how this command is used. Also, to show how basic my lack of understanding is, say the chatperson says 'you are pretty' and the chatbot says (as one of the responses) 'thanks, would you like to have sex' (for instance). The answer is 'yes' of course. Well what then? Is there a way for the chatbot to know that the 'yes" pertains to the question just asked? Anyone who could point me in the right direction would have my undying gratitude. Many Thanks!

NEW 1 year ago #116

Rich Hacker

What you want to include is called a Seek so that the 'yes' pertains only to the response you want.

There's a big section on Seeks in the book of AI you can check out. Hope that helps.

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