CentraleSupélec | France

BarnabéTwitter account @  Chauvin | Arthur Quincé | Antoine Deleuze | Niels Chardon-Boucaud

Introducing Henry, a conversational chatbot answering secondary school students’ questions. He is fully autonomous and does not require any human action to set up. Henry can help students to progress, with entirely personalized answers. Students no longer have to search the internet, avoiding the risk of finding incomplete results or too difficult answers. Instead of that, henry asks questions to catch the student exact need. Henry use a knowledge database to answer students questions. This database is automatically learnt in an unsupervised method, from encyclopedic sources (Wikipedia etc). He is available in Messenger, for a very cheap subscription. Students can directly talk to Henry as they would talk with their friends, anywhere. Schools can register all their students with tailor made pricing. Furthermore, content editors (such as teaching material) can also embed Henry on their tools, to leverage their content. For these partners, Henry can train on their specific material to avoid basic questions about the content topic.