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Welcome to deconstructing chatbots. I am Priyanka Rock area, and in this episode, we are going to build our first chatbot. Music, like a promise, we are going to jump right into the dialogue flow interface. Navigate to consult or dialogueflow.com and find it. If you're a first-time user, then just use your email to sign up, accept all the terms and conditions, and you'll be in the console. Now, create a new agent. Let's call this appointment scheduler. Dialogueflow creates a GCP project for you to access logs and cloud functions. You can select an existing project as well. Then just create. You get two default intents as a part of your agent. The default welcome intent helps greet your users, and the default fallback intent helps catch all the questions that your bot does not understand. At this point, you have a functional bot. All it does is greet the users. Well, let's test it. If we say hi, our bot responds back with a hi and how I can help message. Once you ask for help, such as set an appointment, it does not know what to do. So it kicks in the fallback intent. Obviously, because we've not created any intent to catch that particular request, so it's not bad. Now, let's create a new intent and call it scheduled appointment. We will skip context and events for now. Let's get down to the training phrases and add some phrases here. As you're putting these in, you will see date and time are automatically identified as system entities. Date and time. Now, to make this functional, we need to respond back to the user. So let's add a response. You could just say, "You're all set. See you then." Or you could make it a little...