Tuesday, 11 February 2020

Amazon Lex declares support for Alphanumeric slot type

Amazon Lex is an AWS Service that creates conversational interfaces into any application with voice and text. Amazon Lex come up with the advanced deep learning practicalities of automatic speech recognition (ASR) for turning speech to text, and natural language understanding (NLU) to identify the object of the text, to allow you to design applications with most occupying user experiences and realistic conversational interactions. Now Amazon Lex gives Alphanumeric slot type enabling you to effortlessly describe slots like flight confirmation code which include union of letters and numbers. Thus far, you had to make a custom slot type with a huge scale of sample values. You can rapidly set up a slot to capture alphanumeric details with the usage of Alphanumeric slot type. Additionally, you can enlarge this slot type to control the user input to a fixed format by defining a regular expression. This Alphanumeric built-in slot type new feature of Amazon Lex is accessible in the US East (N. Virginia), US West (Oregon), EU West (Ireland), and Asia Pacific (Sydney) AWS Regions. To read further about Amazon Lex, refer documentation

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