Build & Deploy a Telegram Bot with short-term and long-term memory

Create a Chatbot from scratch that remembers and reminds events with Python

Summary

In this article, using Telegram and Python, I will show how to build a friendly Bot with multiple functions that can chat with question-answering conversations (short-term information) and store user data to recall in the future (long-term information).

All this started because a friend of mine yelled at me for not remembering her birthday. I don’t know if that has ever happened to you. So I thought I could pretend I remember birthdays while I actually have a Bot doing it for me. Now I know what you’re thinking, why building something from scratch instead of using one of the millions of calendar apps around? And you’re right, but for nerds like us … what’s the fun in that?

Through this tutorial, I will explain step by step how to build an intelligent Telegram Bot with Python and MongoDB and how to deploy it for free with Heroku and Cron-Job,using my Dates Reminder Bot as an example(link below).

I will present some useful Python code that can be easily applied in other similar cases (just copy, paste, run) and walk through every line of code with comments so that you can replicate this example (link to the full code below).

In particular, I will go through:

  • Setup: architecture overview, new _Telegram _Bot generation, _MongoDB _connection, _Python _environment.
  • Front-end: code the Bot commands for user interaction with pyTelegramBotAPI.
  • Back-end: create the server-side app with _flask _and threading.
  • Deploy the Bot through Heroku and Cron-Job

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Build & Deploy a Telegram Bot with short-term and long-term memory

Build & Deploy a Telegram Bot with short-term and long-term memory

Create a Chatbot from scratch that remembers and reminds events with Python

Summary

In this article, using Telegram and Python, I will show how to build a friendly Bot with multiple functions that can chat with question-answering conversations (short-term information) and store user data to recall in the future (long-term information).

All this started because a friend of mine yelled at me for not remembering her birthday. I don’t know if that has ever happened to you. So I thought I could pretend I remember birthdays while I actually have a Bot doing it for me. Now I know what you’re thinking, why building something from scratch instead of using one of the millions of calendar apps around? And you’re right, but for nerds like us … what’s the fun in that?

Through this tutorial, I will explain step by step how to build an intelligent Telegram Bot with Python and MongoDB and how to deploy it for free with Heroku and Cron-Job,using my Dates Reminder Bot as an example(link below).

I will present some useful Python code that can be easily applied in other similar cases (just copy, paste, run) and walk through every line of code with comments so that you can replicate this example (link to the full code below).

In particular, I will go through:

  • Setup: architecture overview, new _Telegram _Bot generation, _MongoDB _connection, _Python _environment.
  • Front-end: code the Bot commands for user interaction with pyTelegramBotAPI.
  • Back-end: create the server-side app with _flask _and threading.
  • Deploy the Bot through Heroku and Cron-Job

#artificial-intelligence #programming #web-development #chatbots #engineering #build & deploy a telegram bot with short-term and long-term memory

Erwin  Boyer

Erwin Boyer

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How to Build a Simple Telegram Bot: An Introductory Guide

This article demonstrates how to create a simple chatbot in Telegram and configuring it using Quickwork Journey Builder.

What you’ll need:

  1. Referring to the Telegram: Connecting your account guide
  2. Telegram account
  3. Telegram - Get new message trigger
  4. Telegram - Send message action

How to create a bot in Telegram

#telegram #chatbot #nocode #api #ai #bot #telegram-bot #good-company

Makenzie  Pagac

Makenzie Pagac

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Build and Deploy your first Telegram Bot using Python

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If you are learning python and want to get your hands dirty by taking up a real-time project, come grab a seat and let me take you on a ride into the awesome world of python.

Let me start by introducing the things that you are gonna need for a while:

  1. Creating a bot token using botfather (of course assuming that you are having a telegram account)
  2. A wrapper of telegram API in python (pyTelegramBotAPI)
  3. Your enthusiasm (definitely yes)

Yes, that’s all the recipe you need to do your first Telegram bot.

Creating our bot

Step 1: Search @BotFather in telegram and press start.

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Step 2: Type in _/newbot, _then type in your desired name for the bot and username for the bot (make sure to create a unique username, also it must end with Bot).

 e.g. motivate11Bot or motivate11_bot

Step 3: Congratulations, now you have your own bot in Telegram that can automate your stuff. Copy the API Token and get started to code your bot.

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Don’t share or make your API Token publicly visible. It’s just like giving your account password.

#bots #telegram-bot #heroku #python #programming

Sival Alethea

Sival Alethea

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Create A Twitter Bot With Python

Create a Twitter bot with Python that tweets images or status updates at a set interval. The Python script also scrapes the web for data.

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Nigel  Uys

Nigel Uys

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Telegram and Bot (Part 1)

An introduction to bots and bot API

Pass the butter bot (Source: Giphy)

As quixotic as this scene from Rick and Morty is, bots have become an integral part of our day-to-day life. From customer interactions to e-commerce to messaging platforms, bots can be found in almost every industry in some way or another.

In this two-part series, we are going to explore Telegram, an open-source messaging service, and build a bot to do simple tasks like getting the top news headline or fetching the word of the day. We are also going to look at how to host the bot business logic in Heroku_. _The prerequisites for this article is an elementary knowledge of Golang and common knowledge of web servers. If you aren’t familiar with Golang, head over to this link or move ahead with the article (as Go is fairly intuitive).

This two-part series is based on the fetchitemsbot that I created. _Part 1 _deals with explaining the infrastructure of the Telegram bot and how do we use the APIs to get started. _Part 2 _(which is forthcoming) will build upon the previous part with the implementation of code for bot responses and command parsing. Refer to this repository for the full code. With that, let’s start!!!

“A journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step. “— Chinese proverb

#telegram-bot #telegram #golang #programming