The ability of a chatbot to understand and identify what a user wants to achieve.
More about Intent Recognition:
Intent Recognition is a fundamental component of Natural Language Processing used in chatbots and virtual assistants. It focuses on determining the user's goal or intention from their input. For instance, in the query "What's the weather like today?", the intent is to get the current weather.
By recognizing the user's intent, systems can provide more accurate and contextually relevant responses or actions.
Frequently Asked Questions
How do chatbots recognize user intent?
Chatbots use machine learning models trained on datasets of various user inputs mapped to specific intents. When a user inputs a query, the model analyzes it and matches it to the closest intent based on its training.
What happens if a chatbot doesn't recognize the user's intent?
If a chatbot can't recognize a user's intent, it usually defaults to a fallback response, which may involve asking the user to rephrase or providing a generic answer.
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