Compare IBM Watson Assistant vs. Microsoft Azure Language Understanding

IBM Watson Assistant is ranked 4th in Chatbot Development Platforms while Microsoft Azure Language Understanding is ranked 5th in Chatbot Development Platforms. IBM Watson Assistant is rated 0, while Microsoft Azure Language Understanding is rated 0. On the other hand, IBM Watson Assistant is most compared with Rasa, whereas Microsoft Azure Language Understanding is most compared with .
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Microsoft Azure LUIS, Azure LUIS, Azure Language Understanding
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Watson Assistant is IBM's AI product that lets you build, train, and deploy conversational interactions into any application, device, or channel. Most chatbots try to mimic human interactions, which can frustrate users when a misunderstanding arises. Watson Assistant is more.

Language Understanding (LUIS) is a cloud-based API service that applies custom machine-learning intelligence to a user's conversational, natural language text to predict overall meaning, and pull out relevant, detailed information.

A client application for LUIS is any conversational application that communicates with a user in natural language to complete a task. Examples of client applications include social media apps, chat bots, and speech-enabled desktop applications.

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American Airlines, UBank, Bitly, EurobitsAdobe, DriveTime, Johnson Controls, HP, InterContinental Hotels Group, ASOS
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