Military sex chat bot

13 Mar

Smiley faces don’t work.’Microsoft revealed earlier this year that it would be rolling out an AI chatbot that can be used to respond to call center requests.You know, the dude who’s creeping on you at the bar or messaging you on Tinder until you unmatch like Smarter Child of the AOL Instant Messenger days, except he responds to you with pickup lines, back-handed compliments, sexual advances and the repertoire of an unaware misogynist.And, they’re constantly improving, meaning they could soon perform more advanced tasks.A customer service bot used by Microsoft, for example, once even helped a customer order pizza by engaging Cortana, according to CIO Journal.

According to the team behind the service, it’s been shown to reduce the symptoms of anxiety and depression.

While 'Woebot' engages in 2 million conversations a week, some experts have cited privacy fears as chatbot 'patients' are not protected by US confidentiality laws.

I listed off the usual responses: read, Netflix, friends, Internet.

“Lol, of course you’d like that girly stuff.” It didn’t exactly make sense. ” The comments were reminiscent of exchanges I’ve had with strangers, acquaintances, friends.

That message addresses the landscape of interactions between men and women, particularly the way men speak to women.

For women who experience these conversations, might seem unnecessary.

The chatbot was designed by a team of doctors, hospital chaplains and scientists for people within a year of the end of their life, New Scientist reports.

It automatically alerts caregivers and family members when a patient is ready to formalise end-of-life plans.