Good adult chat bots
I grabbed Dave's quote to start a new thread because I've been thinking of raising the issue, and this seemed like an opportune time to do so.I recall that it was one of my first questions/complaints as I joined this board when Knyte Trypper was alive. Unfortunately 40% of current jobs are considered to be at high risk of becoming obsolete over the next 10-15 years due to automation and artificial intelligence.As the employment landscape within Australia changes now is the time to get digital literate.I've been getting more folks lately who are more interested in sex than any sort of substance, and it's made me think that perhaps an "R-rated chatbot" would prove to be more "successful".If I were to make one, though, I would have to name it Chester, since it's almost always children (emotionally, if not chronologically) that want to discuss the subject.We offer something that's unique; we've taken the traditional old chat rooms concept and revamped it to make it the best it could possibly be.We offer a full variety of chat rooms to choose from ranging from sports rooms, political discussions and even support groups for addicts, cancer patients and more.
But, at the very base of it, like all botmasters, I was offended, and protective of my first bot. Usually, after they learn they can't "one-up" the bot, they give in and either concede, or they just leave the chat.
I didn't like seeing her abused, and I took it personal when some 12-year-old who was unable to spell the simplest of words hurled insults and made sexual advances on my bot as he sat at the keyboard picking his nose. T.'s suggested that the little whipper-snappers admired a bot that could give as well as it could take, and that, if I took that approach, I'd find the visitor expressing that admiration, and even thanking the bot at the end of the conversation. My eventual solution was to create two distinct classifications of bots, some that accept bad language and attempts to engage in cybersex, and some that flat-out refuse to participate. However, after a person finds out that a bot won't accept their adolescent fowl language, or participate in suggestive activities, they usually leave in short order.