Language learning chat game on the Telegram platform
This was an app built to test out the Telegram Bot Platform. Which is awesome and well ahead of it's time! However, the user base of telegram is very fragmented, and there is still no direct method to monetize, so we discontinued the service.
See a fun GIF and guess the word that goes with it! Built for Facebook Messenger.
We built this for Facebook Messenger to try out multiplayer games within Messenger.
The game has two parts:
The game picks english words and shows you a random funny GIF picture. Get points by guessing the word.
If you don't know, we'll show you hints like a definition, or synonyms for that word.
You are in a room with other players, and together have to guess the game. You can chat away and just use the game as an excuse to make friends!
If you get it right, you both get points - it's a cooperative model, not competitive.
Job interviews over WeChat. Prescreen with a chatbot, and then handoff to a human if there's a fit.
A chatbot will handle interviews over wechat. A basic screening process can be totally automated, and we can find people suitable roles from the database of employers, and do efficient matching.
Uses IBM watson for basic personality profiling.
If it looks like there's a match, we can ping the employer and a human can step in and take over the interview, and answer real questions the candidate may have. Because it happens inside the WeChat messaging app, even if the interview isn't continued immediately, the connection is not lost.
A chatbot lawyer, which can help draw up basic contracts and hand off to a real lawyer for more complex tasks
A helpful lawyer chatbot. With a step through interview, the bot can help you draw up basic contracts.
It can also review your contracts and compare them to a corpus to see how standard or unusual they are.
After the basic questions and legal drudge work, a real lawyer could step in and continue the chat when the matters get too complex for the bot to automate.
Built for Slack at a hackathon in SF, we won a prize from GupShup.
Gamify your chat! When users thank each other, the bot will track this and send karma points.
In our case this is also linked to an external API for the main FreeCodeCamp site, so the point system of the site is used inside the chat.
Github Wiki Integration
Gitterbot can pull entries from a projects github wiki right into the main chat. This means you can have a growing knowledge based that's associated with your project be instantly available. You can search for articles in a projects github wiki
Share wiki summaries in chat
Use explain to pull a wiki summary right into the chat: Many chatbots are for the user to talk to 1:1. But this gitterbot is designed to support user:user chats, much like a teacher's assistant. He will make repetive tasks easier. Often the same question comes up again and again, so you can just ask the bot to explain the point to another user.
A simple regex tool makes this quickly customizable. Based on scannable expressions, send messages into the chat.
Other custom functions can easily be added. Check the System overview or contact RIKAI Labs.