Tutorials

How to build a voice assistant with open source Rasa and Mozilla tools

What if you wanted to build and assistant that runs locally and ensures the privacy of your data? You can do it using open source Rasa, Mozilla DeepSpeech and Mozilla TTS tools. Check out this tutorial to find out how.…

Customizing Training Data Importing

Since Rasa version 1.2 you can customize the way Rasa imports training data for the model training. This tutorial shows you how to use provided out-of-the-box components or how to build your own importer module and plug it into Rasa.…

Integrating Rasa with knowledge bases

What exactly is a knowledge base, and how can you use it to bring your AI assistant's understanding to the next level? Learn more in this tutorial.…

Set up a knowledge base to encode domain knowledge for Rasa

This guide details how to set up your own knowledge base, and then put it to use to improve your NER.…

Rasa X: Getting started as a current Rasa user

Rasa X is a tool designed to make it easier to deploy and improve Rasa-powered assistants by learning from real conversations. Learn how you can use it to take your Rasa assistant to the whole new level.…

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.…

Enhancing Rasa NLU models with Custom Components

We believe that customizing ML models is crucial for building successful AI assistants. In this tutorial, you will learn how to implement custom components and add them to the Rasa NLU pipeline.…

Failing Gracefully with Rasa

Rasa Stack is an open source machine learning-based framework for building level 3 contextual AI assistants. In Rasa Core version 0.13 we published the new…

Building contextual assistants with Rasa Forms

Slot filling is made easy with our new addition of FormPolicy. FormPolicy allows you to cover all the happy paths with a single story. Forms also let you alter logic within a happy path, without needing to change the training data.…