At Haptik, we have a feature where a user can set a reminder for their daily tasks and we call them to remind them about it. In this blog, we tell you how we have implemented such complex flows using finite state machines.
Today, we are open-sourcing a part of our proprietary technology powering Haptik’s apps – Chatbot NER. Chatbot developers across the globe can use Chatbot NER straight-out-of-the-box to build intelligence into their chatbots.
On 17th June, we hosted an meet-up of Data-Scientists in collaboration with DataGiri in Mumbai to demonstrate and give a hands-on experience of one of the machine learning modules underlying Haptik’s chatbots – ChatBot NER.
This blog broadly talks about CALayer and its subclasses. In this part of the series we will build a loading indicator with CAShapeLayer and CAKeyFrameAnimation, a mirror reflection of the Haptik logo with CAReplicatorLayer and a colorful Haptik logo with CATextLayer.
Elasticsearch has been around for a while now and is being used in almost every…
What is Agile? Agile management, or agile process management, or simply agile refers to an…
At Haptik experimenting with new technologies is in our blood. This blog post will tell you how to setup a simple RabbitMQ cluster which can be used to make your messages highly available.
We’ve just come home after hosting the nation’s very first Botathon, a hackathon for building conversational bots, in Bengaluru. A 2-day long event with 43 teams full of talented individuals competing to showcase their incredibly creative ideas of using a chat interface to empower their users – is exactly what we had wanted & expected and the Botathon didn’t disappoint!