Frequently Asked Questions
How does Watson Assistant work?
Watson Assistant is a conversation AI platform that provides fast, straightforward and accurate answers to their questions, across any application, device or channel. By understanding the most common inquiries to your company, Watson Assistant reduces the burden on your agents and provides consistent answers 24/7.
How to train Watson Assistant?
The graphical tools that are provided with the Watson Assistant guide you through the steps of developing the training data to build a customized machine learning model for you. Use the dialog builder tool to write a script for your assistant to follow when it interacts with your customers. The script keys off the customer goals you identify and returns a useful response that is crafted by you. MORE INFORMATION
How much does Watson Assistant cost?
Dayhuff works with each client to build the a pricing model that works best for there needs. Contact us today to get a quote for your Assistant. SPEAK TO ONE OF OUR SALES TEAM MEMBERS TO SET-UP A DEMO TODAY
How to connect Watson Assistant to a database?
What is Watson API?
Watson API is an open AI for any cloud environment that allows you to process speech, text, and images in an easy and natural way. They also allow you to further train services with your own custom data to provide context-specific analysis.
Is Watson Assistant Free?
IBM does offer Watson Assistant Light plan that has limited capabilities and number of transactions, but is great for trying out a new Assistant. You can start today by registering at https://www.ibm.com/cloud/free
How to train your Watson Assistant?
Watson Assistant is built on intents, entities and dialogs. A clear definition of the topics you are training your assistant to handle is a must. Your Assistant needs to stay focused to be userful. We have a methodology we have developed to help walk you through the information needed to train the AI engine. Watson Assistant can also be combine with Discovery Server to allow Assistant to point users to answers contained in websites or databases expanding the QA to thousands of topics with little training.