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Update the Watson Assistant UI code in Github to be mobile first/responsive.
Mocking up a quick chatbot is an extremely powerful method of showing clients (IBM clients or clients of ISVs) the benefits of Watson Assistant and how quickly it can be done. I have experienced this being extremely diluted because of the lack of mobile ready UI. These days it is is expected and demos on the audience's phone really do create a wow that you don't get on a laptop connected to a projector and all the rigmarole associated with setting that up.
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Developers demonstrating the use of Watson Assistant and IBMers creating POCs to show to clients
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