Alex Weidauer

Co-founder & CEO @ Rasa

Berlin, Germany

11 posts

AI Assistants in Healthcare: An Open Source Starter Pack for Developers to Automate Full Conversations

Medicare Locator is an example AI assistant and chatbot to help developers in healthcare with their own, using open source tools and APIs.…

Our Open Source Community Is Growing Faster than Ever. Weren’t Chatbots Meant to Be Dead? - Rasa Community Update

Rasa just turned two and we’re excited that our community has hit important milestones: Downloads have tripled, community members and contributors doubled.…

Level 3 Contextual Assistants: Beyond Answering Simple Questions

This posts gives an overview of the key capabilities that AI assistants need to handle contextual conversations.…

Conversational AI: Your Guide to Five Levels of AI Assistants in Enterprise

I wanted to give a bit more detail to the concept of five levels of AI assistants. We’ve been talking about it at Rasa for…

Rasa Community Update: 100k+ downloads, 1,000+ members on Gitter and 100+ contributors

Our open source community of makers is growing very fast. The bot hype has come and gone but the real value-adding use cases are here to stay.…

Towards Conversational AI

From buying products to customer service or managing contracts — most interfaces provided by companies and organisations still feel clunky, inefficient and annoying.…

Rasa Community Update: 30,000+ downloads, 300+ members on Gitter and 40+ contributors

It’s only been 9 months since we launched our first open source product, Rasa NLU, and we’re super stoked that our awesome community has hit some important milestones.…

Put on your robot costume and be the Minimum Viable Bot yourself !

If people don’t like your bot when it’s you behind the scenes, they definitely won’t like your AI-powered one. Don’t write any code until you’ve tried it yourself.…

On bots 3/3: In search of a bot-native UX — “Bot” co-workers bring your team to new levels of collaboration

My co-founder Alan and I were pretty skeptical about bots when we first started thinking about them last year. In this series of posts, we want…