Theory before application

Undeniably, there's a lot of tutorial out there on, from its basic to advance usage. And while some are enough for certain group of audience, I really don't recommend them for beginners.

Understanding the foundational concepts matters in language understanding. When you understand how it works, what is an intent, and what are entities then you could explore more possibilities and create sophisticated applications that benefits society in different languages.

I believe this tutorial will help programmers understand how to create and use language understanding app, not just for English-speaking beginners, but for the rest who can read and understand English language, and translate their understanding to their local language.

What it does

This tutorial with introduce the foundational concepts of Natural Language Processing for chatbots, and then apply these concepts through creating an actual application of

It includes step by step processing from creating and app, and then testing it.

How I built it

As a beginner tutorial, I only used the minimum prerequisites to build application. An facebook account to set up, and terminal to demo testing of application.

Challenges I ran into is user-friendly. The only challenge I encountered is correcting my grammar, and of course, how to simplify everything for my target audience.

Accomplishments that I'm proud of

To create a tutorial for basic concepts and application of Natural Language Processing for begineer is a major accomplishment for me. It's an honor to help people out there explore countless possibilities of application through my tutorial.

What I learned

I learned a lot in environment, from setting it up to testing it. I learned how easy it is to use and how useful it would be for programmers who need language understanding in their business or projects.

What's next for WIT.AI 101

Very soon, I will create a beginners tutorial in setting up basic chatbot on Facebook and connecting Also, I will apply advance concepts like composite entities, and sub entities in my next tutorial.

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