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”My sort of joke use case would be to set this kind of bot up to a Twilio phone number or something, and have it do speech recognition of voice input from the caller, and respond with generated speech or pre-recorded clips of my own voice.Call me crazy, but this error message doesn’t help either: No freakin’ idea! )I tried signing up for Beep Boop, which is supposed to help you easily make bots that will work in Slack.If you’re doing some kind of interactive survey, it looks really compelling.The more complicated a conversation gets, the more important this kind of visual arrangement becomes important.Not off to a great start…I want to love for attempting a story mode — haven’t seen it anywhere else — but that beta has a long way to go. I chose to sign up via Github since you have to somehow or other host your code on that site anyway. I get the principle, but I’m not an engineer or developer and when I tried to follow their steps and set up and commit a repo using the Github desktop application, I failed and failed and failed.
In my use case, it doesn’t behave like I’m expecting/hoping: I added the triggering expression “How are you? Instead, interpretation seems really limited/restricted to matching exactly my expected trigger. So unless I want to input exactly every possible variation of a conversational text input, this seems — despite being really powerful as a platform — currently unsuited to my use case. we've created this space in order to invite you, through our webcam, a few moments of initimity in our life of every days, since our living room or our kitchen, in our bathroom or our bedroom. So it would be a number where you could call and talk to me and have a very limited and boring conversation, like you might have with a neighbor you don’t know that well: But like I have no idea what it means to have a radio button next to the word “You” which has been highlighted in my “user says” text, next to a drop-down menu also with the word “You” and a graduation cap and a right-pointing arrow.Unless I just don’t understand what this or any of the above products are really capable of doing.The dark arts of theatre stage management use something called a prompt book (seen the term “master book” also).