Does one have to be a machine learning expert to use Amazon Lex?

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I do know machine learning, but in no way, I am an expert. I want to create a chatbot using amazon lex. So to use Amazon Lex, do I have to technologies like deep learning, Artificial Intelligence & Ml?

Nov 8, 2018 in AWS by datageek
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No machine learning expertise is necessary to use Amazon Lex. Developers can declaratively specify the conversation flow and Amazon Lex will take care of the speech recognition and natural language understanding functionality. Developers provide some sample utterances in plain English and the different parameters (slots) that they would like to collect from their user with the corresponding prompts. The language model gets built automatically.

answered Nov 8, 2018 by Archana
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