Meetup XVI: Amazon Echo

Jan 26, 2017 · Mainz, Germany

The Amazon Echo is a digital assistant developed by Amazon. Her functionality can be extended with so-called skills. In this talk we show hands-on with an example in the programming language Java how a natural user interface to a warehouse management system can be created using the Amazon Echo. We talk about the Alexa Skill Kit, which enables the development of such skill.
Besides the programming we also talk about the system architecture. At the end of the talk we demonstrate the developed skill.

Speaker: Moritz Kammerer

Moritz Kammerer ([masked]) works as a software engineer at QAware GmbH. He already successfully carried out projects with the Amazon Echo and supervised a bachelor thesis on natural user interfaces. Besides that he is author of open-source software.

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