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Project Reflection

Rationale My goal was to create a chatbot that provides users with different methods of coping with stress. The purpose of this project was to entertain, appease, and/or distract audiences through technology. Risks, Challenges, and Opportunities While the code free

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Another Progress Report

At this point, I’m experimenting with the possibilities this bot format offers. I began my project with the idea that I wanted it to be primarily useful, which it is, but it’s also become a cluster of different things. In examples,

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Progress Report

Once I had a general idea of the resources my stress relief bot would provide to users, I created an outline and began using Gupshup’s flowchart interface to construct the bot. I thought I’d be relying mostly on images and text, but I’m

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Project Proposal

Rationale My goal is to create a chatbot that provides users with different methods of coping with stress. The purpose of this project is to entertain, appease, and/or distract audiences through technology. Risks and Rewards A clear risk in attempting this

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Manifesto Revision

I’m learning programming because I know I can do it. Despite the frustration I have experienced thus far, my goal remains to create something that I’m proud of by the end of this semester. I am still anxious that I will

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Coding Environment

I installed Anaconda, which included the Jupyter Notebook and Python. After watching tutorials and weaving in and out of each, I have a general idea of how they work but I still need more practice. I chose to use these

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Manifesto

I’m learning programming because it has the potential to be a fun and rewarding experience. I’d like to create something I’m proud of. This is important to me because my prior attempts at learning were frustrating. I am a bit anxious

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Reflection: The Peripheral

When Netherton and Lev met officer Ainsley Lowbeer, I was intrigued by her abilities. Without prior interaction with others, she had access to their criminal records, unread messages and recent whereabouts. She could sample DNA with a mere handshake. This led me to find an

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