Sexchat with a bot

17-Mar-2019 15:44 by 3 Comments

Sexchat with a bot

A Seattle-based company has developed a sex chat bot that shocks potential paedophiles once they admit to interest in under-age prostitutes.

Which seems a little bit frustrating knowing that it’ll never happen. Discussion: From the point of view of serving as an anonymous/virtual/bodyless conversation partner, it definitely seems to be able to do the job as this post confirms.

With all the “slightest” pressure that this day you are supposed to spend in someone’s company. Living on the verge of AI singularity totally implies that this someone does not have to be a human to maintain an evening of a flirty-witty conversation.

Hence, further I’ll provide a list of a few romantic chat bots I came across.

The chat bot allows us to connect with and deter all of those buyers online at any time.

We've never been able to do that."Deterring men is just one half of the battle, software is also being used to help active sex workers escape their situation.

"One of those websites was averaging 34,000 ads a month last year.""When we post a fake ad, we'll get 250 responses in the first two hours.

There's no way that law enforcement has the capacity to respond to that.

Once the conversation develops enough, the chat bot reveals it is only 15 and asks "are you cool with that?

" If the user responds yes, they are met with an instant message explaining under-age prostitution is illegal.

What’s inside: From what I could find in their whitepaper, they have an open source AI engine running underneath and allowing for training your own bots. Discussion: It really seems to be an interesting find with a lot of possibilities.

It offers paid service subscription for commercial use as well as a variety of per-trained bots that should be enough not be bored on Valentine’s day evening. The Sensation Bot Probably not the oldest, but definitely very old as compared to an average chat bot age, with its first version having been released as far as in 1993.

The software grabs phone numbers from online ads and send out mass messages to prostitutes who may require help.