Activechat.ai provides a visual tool to make development process for complex enterprise chatbots easier. It is a visual conversation flow builder with advanced natural language understanding tools and lots of integrations to business frameworks like e-commerce shops, CRMs and external APIs. Based on the concept of "LEGO for chatbots" this visual tool makes it easy to build smart multichannel bots in a couple of days instead of weeks and months of development. Strong points: visually simple flow builder, Shopify/WooCommerce direct integration, site tracking, mass broadcasts, Twilio SMS support.
Chatterbot is a machine learning and conversational dialog engine. Chatterbot enables easy generation of automated responses to the use’s input. In order to generate different types of responses, Chatterbot employs use of machine learning algorithms therefore enabling developers automate conversations and create chat bots for users in an easy way. Chatterbot is language independent. The language independent design, enables Chatterbox speak any natural language. Due to Chatterbot’s machine language nature a human agent or developer is also able to improve its knowledge level. This improves Chatterbot’s level of relaying possible responses when it interacts with other sources of informative data…
Developed by one of the leaders in the AI space, IBM, Watson Assistant is one of the most advanced AI-powered chatbots on the market. Pre-trained with content from your specific industry, Watson Assistant can understand your historical chat or call logs, search for an answer in your knowledge base, ask customers for more clarity, direct them to human representatives, and even give you training recommendations to hone its conversational abilities.
Chatterbot Platform or Chatbot Software are computer program which are designed to simulate an intelligent conversation with one or more human users via auditory or textual methods, for engaging in conversation. Chatterbot are text based conversation agent which can interact with human users through some medium, such as an instant message service. The primary aim of such simulation has been to fool the user into thinking that the program's output has been produced by a human. Programs doing this are referred to as Artificial Conversational Entities, talk bots, chatterboxes, chatter robot, chatterbot, chatbot, or chat bot. Some of the chatterbots use natural language processing systems, and some others scan for keywords within the input and respond with a reply with the most matching keywords, or similar wording pattern, from a textual database. Chatterbots are often integrated into dialog systems for various practical applications such as offline help, personalised service, or information acquisition.