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Using Multiple Languages with Watson Assistant

Chatbots are getting more and more popular in supporting end-users and answering their most common requests. Many companies have a need to support global audiences for a given application in multiple languages. In this session, we will tackle how IBM Watson Assistant supports different languages and the best strategies to support multiple language versions.

Date: Thursday, September 30 from 10:00 to 11:00 Central European Time


  • Language support in Watson Assistant
  • The new “universal” model
  • How to envision the creation/maintenance of a chatbot in multiple languages
  • Translation
  • Separate skills
  • Intent recognition issues
  • Experience with East European languages

Workshop format: technical presentation and discussion.

Access to materials:

Speakers: Alexander Gavrin, Cloud Architect, Hybrid Cloud Build Team, IBM Central & Eastern Europe

Language: English

Location: this is an online workshop. Participants and instructors will communicate via WebEx video conference. 

Audience: chatbot developers.

Prerequisites for attendees: basic knowledge of Watson Assistant

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Price: this workshop is free of charge for all who register at this web site.

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