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Learn how to use publicly available Application Programming Interfaces (APIs) from public sources and companies like Amazon.
Build a Chatbot with Watson APIs
IBM has created an AI platform named Watson that gives businesses and developers access to powerful tools for text and speech analysis, computer vision, and more. Watson APIs consist of a suite of services used to process or analyze data to answer questions and make decisions. This course will show you how to build a chatbot with Node.js and the Conversation and Discovery services from Watson. You'll also learn how to setup your bot on the IBM Cloud platform.
Introduction to GraphQL
Simplify your backend with GraphQL, the new query language and runtime that is taking the world by storm. With GraphQL, it’s no longer necessary to resolve a bunch of different REST endpoints to get a complete chunk of data. We can use GraphQL to tell a server which data we want, and exactly what it should look like. Whether you’re a front-end developer looking to simplify your workflow, or a back-end developer looking for a way to compose more robust APIs, this course is the perfect place to start.
Build an Alexa Skill
In this course, you'll learn how to build your own Alexa skill. You'll create an interactive term dictionary for the Alexa Voice Service for devices like the Amazon Echo, Echo Dot and Amazon Tap. You'll be able to ask Alexa a question with your voice, and have Alexa respond with a definition of a word. By the end of this course you'll be ready to submit your skill for certification and published for other Alexa users to enable – all with no prior experience with programming.
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