Original sharing is declining on Facebook, per reports, and the company is seeing more action in its messaging apps, making them, and bots by extension, more critical to its ambitions.
“A lot of people want to share messages privately, one-on-one or with very small groups,” Mark Zuckerberg said in an April earnings call.
Like tens of millions of teens across the world, 15-year-old Emma rarely surfs the web or tries out new apps.
Instead, she conducts her digital life through a collection of social apps, from Facebook to i Message to Instagram to Snapchat. “There are always messages for me to check,” she says.
Automation is entering nearly every facet of our lives, but we haven’t created a robot rulebook. Computers are learning emotional intelligence by talking with us. We can pick up on our friends’ emotions through text messages.
Chatbots, such as Cleverbot, have the ability to speak a computer’s mind. Artificial intelligence is giving the gift of speech to robots through the use of chatbots.
When this situation amounts, they can give out the Boy Bye Bot’s phone number 1-626-GOODBYE and the bot will do the rest of the work.