[Editor's Note: This service has been deprecated as of August 15, 2016.]
The IBM Watson Dialog API allows developers to manage conversations between virtual agents and users through the API. These conversations are referred to as dialogs, which can enable your applications to use natural language to automatically respond to user questions, up-sell products and services, and walk users through processes. Developers can create these dialogs by making calls to the RESTful API.
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The IBM Watson Go SDK integrates AI capabilities with existing applications The API supports all the Watson Cloud APIs including Watson Assistant, Discovery, Visual Recognition, Natural Language Understanding, and Personality Insights. The latest version is 0.1.1.
The IBM Watson Developer Cloud iOS SDK is written in Objective-C to simplify the construction of Watson applications for mobile devices. Developers can use the SDK to optimize the functionality features, such as machine learning, artificial intelligence, and mobile interactivity, of their apps. The Carthage platform plays the instrumental role of supporting the SDK’s management of dependencies and construction of binary frameworks. The scope of the IBM Watson Objective-C SDK is restricted to Apple iOS products.