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A slew of new Adaptive Cards were announced at Build 2017 today. Skype, Cortana, Microsoft Teams and more are now available as cards in the Bot Framework.
With the update Microsoft makes it easier to connect bots to other services and also testing and debugging bots on Windows, Mac OS X and Linux. It also brings some performance improvements.
The new Bot Framework APIs give developers more tools to increase functionality of their bots. Bing Image and Audio APIs have been joined by the Computer Vision API from Microsoft’s Cognitive Services.
To further the nascent bot marketplace, Slack bot creator Howdy now supports Microsoft Bot Framework. Developers from each platform can now create bots for the other.
Google has acquired conversational UX platform API.AI, a move that could pose a considerable threat to Microsoft's Bot Framework.
The latest update to the Skype Bots Framework enhances its feature set even more, while Microsoft continues to garner strong developer support.
After a month-long collaboration between Microsoft and Kik bot platform engineering teams, the Kik channel is now live on the Bot Directory. “The Microsoft Bot...
Ruuh is an intelligent, english-speaking chatbot that Microsoft expects to be popular with young Indian users. The bot will roll out to other countries as it grows.
Bots are a big part of Microsoft’s plans, as the company explained at AI Day. The Zo chat bot is now official and Microsoft also talked about bots coming to Skype, Cortana SDK, and Bing Ads.
Zo is the latest chat bot from Microsoft and is available for Kik. Like the company’s previous effort Tay, the new bot will learn and adapt overtime and get better at dialog and answering questions.