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Servo is an open source conversational AI platform,
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What is Servo?

Servo is an open source conversational AI platform, with a behavior tree editor and connectors to all conversational agents, including FB messenger, Alexa, Twilio and even Angular forms. Written in ES6, it allows super easy inheritance-based extensions.
Servo is a tool in the Chatbot Platforms & Tools category of a tech stack.

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Servo's Features

  • A behavior tree visual automation editor
  • Connection to all major NLP/NLU AI engines
  • Second-to-none dialog management with context recognition an back tracking
  • RESTful API and major database connectors
  • Sub-processes for reuse and share
  • Connectors to FB Messenger, Alexa, Twilio, Webspeech, and more
  • internal conversation debugger
  • Automated dialog testing

Servo Alternatives & Comparisons

What are some alternatives to Servo?
Telegram Bot API
Bots are third-party applications that run inside Telegram. Users can interact with bots by sending them messages, commands and inline requests. You control your bots using HTTPS requests to our bot API.
Microsoft Bot Framework
The Microsoft Bot Framework provides just what you need to build and connect intelligent bots that interact naturally wherever your users are talking, from text/sms to Skype, Slack, Office 365 mail and other popular services.
Messenger Platform
With bots and live-messaging tools, you can create a custom experience for your unique audience.
Give users new ways to interact with your product by building engaging voice and text-based conversational apps.
API.AI is a natural language understanding platform that makes it easy for developers to design and integrate intelligent, robust conversational user interfaces into mobile, web applications, and devices.
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Servo's Followers
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