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There is still some time before the next GOTO Berlin conference takes place. To give you the GOTO feeling until then, we schedule a wide range of free GOTO Nights in the months before.

GOTO Nights are designed for people who want to stay up to date with the latest tools, technologies, processes and practices in the software industry.

GOTO Nights are free evening events driven by involvement from both speakers and participants. Come along to learn something new and network with your peers! We will provide you with a first class speaker (or two) - all you have to do is: sign up and show up ;)

GOTO Nights provide you with an opportunity to:

• Hear excellent speakers
• Learn about the latest trends
• Reach beyond your current language, platform, or practices
• Increase your technical depth and breadth
• Expand your professional network
• Connect with the global software community
• Share your experience and expertise with others

We cover a vast range of topics on our GOTO Nights. If you have a topic you are keen to learn more about, please let us know and we'll try to organize a talk.

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GOTO Night: When is a conversation "successful"?

Doors opening 18:30 Start 19:00 Cost free of charge Snacks & refreshments included Speaker Tom Metcalfe GOTO Night: When is a conversation "successful"? In real life, conversations are unpredictable and uncomfortable. Fortunately when building chatbots, we can engineer the conversations we have in advance...so how do we make them successful? If a user leaves half-way through, does that mean we accomplished their goal or did they give up? In this talk I will detail the ways we have been measuring success in our conversations at Rasa, and go through some machine learning research we have been conducting to predict where the conversation will go as it is happening. Bio: Tom Metcalife is a machine learning engineer at Rasa, building conversational bots that extend far beyond answering simple questions. He has a master's in Physics from the University of Durham and his passion for AI is deep-rooted in a fascination with the way people interact with machines.

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