The Conversational Interfaces Community Group has been launched:
The mission of the Conversational Interfaces Community Group is to enable web developers to collaborate and share conversational experiences for a variety of domains. Most dialogue systems serve interactive experiences in their own domain specific language, causing a fragmented zoo of proprietary formats. For example, Google Home or Alexa do not share a common intermediate representation, which makes writing wide-spread content inaccessible to the mass audience. We study existing specs and design standards to harness proven techniques into common agreement.
This is a community initiative. This group was originally proposed on 2019-02-21 by Nishant Shukla. The following people supported its creation: Nishant Shukla, Nelson Solano, Mark Edmonds, Costi Dumitrescu, Vinay Dandekar, Feng Shi, Kelvin Green. W3C’s hosting of this group does not imply endorsement of the activities.
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