In February of 2013, I wrote a blog post about how to create a virtual agent / intelligent assistant for your business.At the time, I presented my findings about two virtual agent technology companies that I’d researched: My Cber Twin and Chatbots4
Bieber still seems to be popular, but the site is now overrun with an explosion of barely clad girlfriend bots. The disembodied intelligent assistant Samantha exudes female sexuality and uses her charms to arouse and satisfy her male end user.
A recent peek led me to believe that the site is no longer G or even PG-rated, if you get my drift. All of this evidence leads to an obvious question: is it a wide-spread “nerdy guy” fantasy to engage in explicitly adult conversation with a computer software program masquerading as Venus?
What, I wonder, is the deal with all these girl bots and the penchant of young male botmasters for lewd conversation? If we assume that the answer is yes, the next question would be: why?
We as operators (“ops”) will do our best to be fair, but we’re only human.
We try to issue warnings (kicks or temporary bans) first before permanent banning.
The exceptions are obvious spamming or user safety concerns.In making decisions we will go by official channel logs and testimony from multiple users.Chatbots4u is still up and running, but a quick look at their website has me wondering what direction they’re heading in.Chatbots4u apparently offers hosting services for business-focused intelligent assistants, but the site’s primary goal seems to be to offer a free platform for the creation and hosting of recreational chatbots.As I noted last year, the Chatbots4u platform seems to be aimed at a younger, international crowd.At the time, the most popular chatbots were clones of teen idols like Justin Bieber. Neither of those chatter bot instantiations were sexpots, in terms of their conversational databases. Cortana is based on the Halo video game character, who clearly.