Bot Framework Composer is an open-source tool for visual bot development. The tool is available as a desktop application for Windows, Mac, and Linux as well as a web-based component.
DoNotPay, a popular legal website providing advice across a thousand different categories courtesy of its chatbot, has now rolled out its free service to cover the whole of the United States.
Google has released the Android API of its reCAPTCHA technology, so developers can implement security services for users on mobile devices, and provide them with a streamlined user experience.
Microsoft and BBC Worldwide announced today that it's bringing a new Doctor Who game bot to Skype, called The Saviour of Time. There are also five new Doctor Who-themed Mojis that you can use.
It appears that Google is finally killing off CAPTCHA in text and the checkbox saying "I'm not a robot" for legitimate users, instead using "a broad range of cues that distinguish humans from bots".
Skype is looking forward to next year and the expansion of the bot platform baked inside of the popular communications service. In 2017, a huge number of ever-more impressive bots are set to launch.
Leading on from the launch of its Bot Framework earlier this year, Microsoft has announced the launch of Azure Bot Service, representing the world's first cloud bot solution.
Microsoft is getting ready to unveil its Bot Directory, a repository of all the public bots developed using its Bot Framework tools. This is where users can enable bots in their conversations.
It's been a pretty crazy and exciting week in the world of tech as Microsoft held its biggest developer conference of the year. We saw holograms, talked to bots, and caught up with technology.
The automated Twitter account @everyword has finally completed the task it began in 2007 tweeting out every single word in the dictionary one-by-one.
Your favourite band is touring and you know tickets will sell out in an instant, so every second counts. But there is only one thing in the way, and it threatens to make your life miserable.
Researchers made use of 'socialbots', using them to harvest large amounts of information from the world's biggest social network, showing just how much information we share unknowingly.
Love it or hate it, Twitter is becoming an increasingly popular website. However it's not just about what your friends are eating for breakfast or watching on YouTube, Twitter can also be a very useful...
The number of compromised zombie PCs in botnet networks has quadrupled over the last three months, according to figures from the Shadowserver Foundation. Shadowserver tracks botnet activity and the number of command and control servers....