BUILDING AI MICROCOURSE
Create a Dialogflow triviabot using simple AI.
In this microcourse you'll learn how to use Google DialogFlow to create a simple TrviaBot to build your first conversational AI.
This microcourse takes you through the process of setting up a Google account and buiding a simple triviabot in Google Dialogflow. You will use this as the basis for setting up Google Dialogflow to connect to the Soul Machines™ DDNA Studio in the Digital People microcourse.
Set up a Google account by clicking
You will be asked to choose a username and password.
13 is the minimum age to manage your own Google Account.
For younger children, parents can help create and manage a Google Account with Family Link.
Watch this video tutorial from Haileybury's Toan Huynh on how to set up Dialogflow and construct a simple triviabot.
You'll learn about how Dialogflow works, how to create the intents that let users ask a chatbot questions and how to use Dialogflow to deliver answers when someone asks your chatbot a question. You'll then learn how to export your chatbot so that anyone on the internet can use it.
This is just like the chatbots you may have seen online work, which use exactly the same process to create dialogs with users.
Now you can experiment with building more complex conversations for your chatbot.
Here are some questions to think about while you do.
How do you create intents that allow users to ask a wider range of questions?
How can you handle situations when users ask really strange questions?
Can you think of some examples of applications where a chatbots could be used effectively?
In the LEARNING CHALLENGE microcourse you will be able to choose from a variety of Learning Challenges.
In the AI EXPLORATORY microcourse you'll can choose to share your work with other students.
PEDAGOGY, NOT TECHNOLOGY
Haileybury has always embraced technology for teaching and learning.
We see ourselves as innovators. High-speed WiFi, laptops and tablets, video and cloud-based services, along with our school-wide LMS Canvas, are all now part of our students’ everyday learning experiences - especially now as we teach remotely.
But the latest technology is not what matters.
What is important is technology that meets the needs of students and teachers. Technology that helps deliver outstanding learning experiences that fuel academic excellence.