Stu­dy­work: When web­shops learn how to speak

Chat bots are text-ba­sed or voice-dri­ven dia­log sys­tems, and are a simp­le, rule-ba­sed form of ar­ti­fi­cial in­tel­li­gence that al­lows users to place or­ders si­mi­lar to tal­king to a ven­dor or ex­ch­an­ging text messages, Ba­sed or­de­ring sys­tems (Whats­App, Si­gnal, …) or voice-con­trol­led or­de­ring sys­tems, which can also be used du­ring a car trip.
Sin­ce the Al­pha­Go vic­to­ry against the best hu­man Go play­er, the to­pic of ar­ti­fi­cial in­tel­li­gence has been very po­pu­lar among the ge­ne­ral pu­blic and is also of gre­at in­te­rest to IT. Tech­no­lo­gy com­pa­nies like Mi­cro­soft, Face­book and Goog­le in­vest a lot of mo­ney and work time in the de­ve­lo­p­ment of their AI software.
The test sys­tems were de­ve­lo­ped on the ba­sis of Cor­ta­na and the Mi­cro­soft Bot Frame­work by the two stu­dents. This al­lows you to select ar­ti­cles and add them to the shop­ping cart via a web shop con­nec­ted via the REST in­ter­face. The or­der is con­clu­ded by spe­ci­fy­ing a de­li­very ad­dress and the pay­ment information.”

The ger­man ori­gi­nal ar­ti­cle and some Pic­tures can be found un­der:

Matthias F.

Ich bin Matthias, 22 Jahre alt. Meine Ausbildung zum IT-Systemkaufmann bei der TecAlliance GmbH habe ich im September 2015 begonnen. Seit dem konnte ich viel erleben und meine Wissen in sämtlichen Teilen der IT und dem Kaufmännischen Wesen verbessern.

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