With Teneo you can create solutions in over 35 languages, varying from Basque to Ukrainian. Additionally you can use template solutions that will boost your bot with lots of pre-built flows, like greetings and conversational small talk. You can also improve the language understanding of your bot by adding lexical resources, which cover general language vocabulary and common phrases.
When you create a solution in Teneo, one of the first things you do is specify its language by selecting it in the Language dropdown of the New Solution window.
You can choose the following languages: Basque, Belarusian, Bosnian, Bulgarian, Catalan, Chinese (Mandarin), Croatian, Czech, Danish, Dutch, English, Esperanto, Finnish, French, Galician, German, Greek, Hungarian, Icelandic, Italian, Japanese, Latvian, Lithuanian, Macedonian, Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Russian, Serbian, Slovak, Slovenian, Spanish, Swedish, Turkish and Ukrainian.
Based on the language selected, Teneo will use language specific input processing libraries that handle things like tokenization, sentence splitting and auto-correction; things that may need to be treated differently per language.
In addition to selecting the language when you create a new solution, you can also choose to base it on a template solution, called Teneo Dialogue Resources. This will boost your bot with lots of pre-built flows. The bot will then, right out of the box, understand and respond to greetings, meta-requests (like Can you repeat that?), feedback (like Great! or You are stupid) and conversational small talk.
When you sign up, your sandbox environment will contain dialogue resources for the following languages:
Note that while the sandboxes created via this website just contain the dialogue resources listed above, customers who sign up for a full license can make use of many more of these resources. For more details on licensing options, please contact us.
After you have created a solution, you can assign Teneo Lexical Resources to it. Lexical resources are large collections of pre-defined language objects that can be used in language conditions. The lexical resources cover general language vocabulary and common phrases so that you do not have to model them yourself.
When you sign up, your sandbox environment will contain Teneo Lexical Resources covering general language vocabulary for the following languages:
The Lexical Resources are used extensively by the Teneo Dialogue Resources mentioned earlier.
While the sandboxes created via this website only contain the lexical resources listed above, customers who sign up for a full license can make use of many more of these resources. For more details on licensing options, please contact us.
Additionally, your sandbox will have lexical resources that serve specific purposes:
Depending on the language and use case of your bot, you can choose which language resources need to be assigned to your solution.
In 'Your first solution' you have already seen how you can create a solution that is based on English. There you chose English as the bot's language because the tutorials on this site assume your bot understands and responds in English.
For a practical example of how to create a non-English solution, please go here: How to create a non-English solution.
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