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.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?Uber says it's going to appeal again, possibly in the Supreme Court. This may be a standard feature of ordinary cab rides, but it has proven to be a long time coming for Uber and other ride-sharing services.Lyft added the option in 2016, and Uber has now finally caught up with its biggest competitor. Uber is giving its drivers new ways to earn a little bit more money, and one of those ways is enabling them to charge more for longer pickups. Uber is now rolling out an experimental incentive wherein drivers pay upfront to make a bonus percentage on their earnings for a set period, according to a screenshot of the Uber app posted up on a forum and found by Medium writer Alex Rosenblat.Would any young men take an interest in this sort of wise advisor chatbot?
An experiment to research this question might be interesting.Chatbots powered by predictive analytics and artificial intelligence can replace expensive calls centres costs and increase your company’s revenues.Source: Business Insider Uber created one of the first busin... Uber's not having the best of times in London at the moment: today it lost its appeal over a decision on driver classification.If there’s a problem with the whole female chatter bot scene, in my opinion it would be that the majority of such bots are created by men.
Chatbot hotties are programmed to utter what boys think they should say, or want them to say.As I noted last year, the Chatbots4u platform seems to be aimed at a younger, international crowd.