Handling Multi-Intent Questions in Watson Assistant

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By now, you’re probably familiar with how to handle a standard question in Watson Assistant. For example, if a user asks “Please play some alternative music”, the condition #play_music && @genre:alternative might be satisfied. However, it gets much more complicated when a user asks a question with multiple goals in mind, and it’s actually not all that uncommon for this to be the case.

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