Python is probably the easiest programming language that you can learn. The reason behind that is that it has a very simple syntax that you can read, almost as if you were reading a sentence in English. However, that is not the only reason. It’s also the fact that you can build many awesome projects with Python.
Many developers think that Python is used just in the field of data science and that is not true. Of course Python is one of the best options you can go for if you want to do data analysis. However, Python is super powerful to the extent that it can create project you can think of!
In this article I’m answering an important question which is
Can I Build a Chatbot using Python?
Well, the short answer is absolutely!
Python has so many modules and if you mange to learn how to put things together then you can build a chatbot. The thing is that the process is not straightforward, instead, it depends upon the programers skills and knowledge. Let me explain. If you want to build a chatbot first you need to use a Python web framework, in order to be able to show the chatbot to users and let users interact with the chatbot. Second, you need a module to do so some AI and sort of teach your chatbot to respond according to the question that users could ask and of course Python is great at AI. Moreover, you also need to work on the logic of the chatbot and you could require some other modules to either enhance user experience or add some extra features to the chatbot. So it’s not a single framework or library that handles everything, instead, it’s a collection of knowledge, experience and of course frameworks that let’s a Python developer build a complete chatbot.
I’ve created a complete course that teaches you How to Build a Complete Chatbots in Python. In this course I take you in a step-by-step approach to learn how to build a complete chatbot in Python. If you’re serious about building Python Chatbots, then I’d highly joining this course.
The bottomline is, Python, in my opinion, is the best programming language in terms of its agility of building complicated projects with less code and within relatively short period of time.