Multi-Bot Architecture: Chatbots are on the rise as natural language and machine learning technologies advance. However, enterprise chatbot failure can often be a result of the limitations of current NLP technology.

First-generation chatbots came out over ten years ago but failed to live up to their over-hyped expectations, with some being flat-out disasters.

Multi-Bot Architecture - There were different reasons behind these early failures, but one of the main reasons was the immature NLPs at that time

Now, We make use of the third-generation Chatbots which makes use of NLPs to provide a human-like experience to the users as it has now the capability to understand intents and utterances.

Let’s understand what utterance and intents mean in accordance with the NLPs

Intent: An intent is the user’s intention. For example, if a user types “what does the car cost?”, the user’s intent is to get pricing information on the car. Intents are given a name, such as “GivePrice”.

Utterance: An utterance is what the user says or types. For example, for the above intent, there are various ways of asking for the same data e.g. a user may type or say “show me pricing for the car”, “how much does the car cost?”. The entire sentence is utterance.

For those starting off with a first chatbot, the volume of intents and utterances often doesn’t even arise as an issue as it’s hard to even generate a large number of utterances for each intent. But as intents and utterances get added over time, issues can begin to emerge.

Multi-Bot Architecture - So how many intents can you add to a single chatbot? 

In spite of the fact that there is no rigid number, as a solitary bot handles up to and past 100 intents it can approach the cutoff that current NLP arrangements can uphold. Shockingly, it's difficult to characterize the specific breakpoint at which the bot execution begins to deteriorate.

Distinctive use cases require various arrangements of expectations and expressions with certain plans pressing in a wide scope of various articulations.

For instance, there can be many approaches to request similar data. Regularly you won't comprehend what will happen when you include intent and utterances until you begin to see the bot execution decay. 

With regards to the diverse use cases that a business has for chatbots, there are differing degrees of multifaceted nature, both from a conversational just as from a stream or excursion point of view.

Frequently the business use case is more perplexing than a current single-bot arrangement can uphold.

What's more, since associations are getting more advanced and are pushing out an expanding number of chatbots, some are acknowledging that one chatbot may not be adequate to deal with a solitary use case effectively. 

For instance, an organization may fabricate a chatbot to deal with client FAQs and turn this out in an underlying stage.

After some time, they may conclude that the FAQ bot ought to likewise have the capacity for the client to execute, bring them through a multi-step venture, include greater character by means of casual conversation, or handle set exchanging or a mix of every one of these abilities.

By including extra ability, you can conceivably disintegrate the limit that the bot needs to manage the genuine use case for example noting FAQs. 

The idea of accommodating your utilization case into the bot likewise clarifies a wonder that a few organizations are seeing, where their chatbot experience decays when they grow the usefulness. 

So suppose that an organization chooses to add greater character to their FAQ bot by including some casual banter and that their casual conversation model has somewhere close to 20 and 30 intents.

In the event that the quantity of FAQ plans is as of now near the constraint of around 80, the presentation of the additional 20-30 eats into the goals identified with the first use case. The FAQ experience begins to drop off. 

This has suggestions for how you draftsman your bot answer for meet the necessities of your utilization case. Will a solitary bot be adequate? If not, by what means will you draftsman different bots so they can be facilitated and cooperate to satisfy the need? 

While a solitary bot model works for some, underlying and less perplexing use cases, the best approach to beat the issues delineated above is to consider bots having various aptitudes, whereby hanging together different bots (or abilities) will address the issues of the utilization case without hitting the breakpoint of NLP impediments. 

The best approach to handle single bot issues is to plan your answers in light of a multi-bot engineering. 

Consider bots likewise to how you consider workers in an association for example where each has an alternate job and range of abilities. Nobody individual in an organization has what it takes to embrace all parts of the business.

It's been for some time perceived that preparation staff with explicit aptitudes to complete certain jobs and capacities that add to business results empowers them to be topic specialists instead of generalists that are extend excessively far.

It's equivalent to chatbots. It's simpler to prepare a bot to do a certain something and do it well than pack an excess of usefulness and desires into a solitary bot. This will set it up for disappointment. 

Much the same as a human, there is just so much a bot can learn. Also, taking into account that bots are being prepared by the individuals who are engaged with the utilization case or business office it bodes well to prepare them for the aptitudes that are explicit to that utilization case or business territory. 

This infers the idea of various specialty units having responsibility for bots that speak to their zone of obligation.

So in an insurance agency, for instance, the division of the case handles claims and helps train the bots that are related to various cases use cases.

So also, client care claims the help bots, deals may possess bots for online transformation, or client securing destinations, etc. 

Despite the fact that people can possess an utilization case, the general experience is framed by the joint effort of every one of these people and their abilities.

Moreover, in our chatbot world, singular bots carry explicit aptitudes to a utilization case however the general client or representative experience is formed by how these bots function and work together.

At an undertaking level, it is tied in with conveying predominant encounters that mirror the brand. 

How do you manage and coordinate all the individual skills specific to a use case? 

The Virtual Assistant mixes freely oversaw bots into a brought together encounter, directing to the bot best talented to react to client demands.

It additionally screens the ebb and stream of discussions and empowers all bots to help language location, interpretation, opinion examination, PHI/PII discovery, and human acceleration by unifying these aptitudes and making them accessible to all independently talented bots.


In summary, current NLP technology places limits on how much or how accurately a single bot can handle intents successfully, with evidence pointing to an intent limit that varies by the use case and number of utterances.

Customers and employees are expecting more from chatbots than just question and answer capabilities.

Natural language is opening up a whole new way to engage with them, in the way that they think and not the way that the organization thinks.

As businesses expand their chatbot solutions across their business, their bot architecture will have an important role in their ability to deliver consistent experiences.