Chatbot technology is becoming increasingly popular as businesses look for ways to provide better customer service and optimize their operations. Fortunately, there are a number of open source tools and libraries available that can help developers customize and extend the capabilities and features of chatbot technology. For example, Nykaa, one of the largest e-commerce companies in India, used a state-of-the-art platform to create a customer service chatbot that provides a better and more efficient service to its customers. On the other hand, a company like Adobe is the best example of how a company uses an open source platform such as Microsoft Bot Framework (MBF) to optimize its chatbots.
In fact, more than 41% of the companies included in the Mindbowser study preferred MBF to industry alternatives. SMS, Slack, Email, Office 365, Twitter and Telegram are just a few of the many platforms that MBF covers. The Bot Builder SDK is compatible with . NET and Node.js. In addition to having an automatic translation function, LUIS offers support for more than 30 languages.
You can use LUIS to understand natural language, Cortana for voicebot, and the Bing APIs to search.
Rasa StackRasa Stack is a platform that has experienced incredible growth. The Rasa Stack is an open source set of machine learning tools. Developers can use these tools to create chatbots and assistants. Rasa Stack has two important components that are independent of each other: a “core” and an “NLU”. It's one of the only production-ready platforms that offer flexible, natural conversations that scale.
BotpressBotpress executes a three-stage installation process.
The developers start creating the bot, then implement it on their preferred platform and grant access so that it can be managed. Botpress was created using a user-friendly environment for developers, has an intuitive control panel and works with flexible technology. It also comes with several pre-installed components. As with Rasa, BotPress runs locally, so you have full control over the data that comes in and out.
AnaAna is proud to be the world's first open source chatbot framework. Ana can spend a few precious days developing her chatbot free of charge for personal and commercial use.
Ana comes with a set of built-in services, such as Ana Studio, Server, Simulator and SDK. You can use the studio to create and edit text, buttons, and input fields visually.
DeepPavlovOne of the fundamental features of DeepPavlov is the ease with which it can be implemented. They are hosted in containers on Nvidia NGC and Docker Hub. DeepPavlov states that NLP applications are accelerated up to 20 times.
BotkitBotkit has helped create and deploy more than 10,000 bots.
It is compatible with Slack, Microsoft, IBM Watson, Facebook, Glitch, etc.