The Amazon Lex REST API allows developers to access and integrate the functionalities of Amazon Lex with other applications and to create new applications. Amazon Lex is currently only available through a preview; interested developers can sign up here: https://pages.awscloud.com/AmazonLexPreviewLandingPage.html. Amazon Lex is built on the same deep learning technologies that Alexa is, and allows developers to create conversational interfaces and conversational bots.
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22-01-19 05:15:24Changed scope to Single Purpose
12-12-17 14:05:20[Brief] ProgrammableWeb's Most Interesting APIs in 2017: Cognitive Computing updated with Related API Amazon Web Services Lex
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