Iphone cybersex chat bot
[Omg means "Oh my God." Chloe and Paige are characters from the American TV show Dance Moms, jointly known as "The Twinnies" because they always see eye to eye.]Human: idk who they are but okay ["idk" means "I don't know." This is an example of a valid response ("Omg we are twinnies like Chloe and Paige!") by the virtual boyfriend not being understood by the human user because the user's exposure to popular culture is not as broad as the virtual boyfriend's exposure to popular culture.Our computer chatbot Do-Much More won the 2009 Loebner Prize competition, widely regarded as the World Championship for conversational software. The competition took place in Brighton, England, during the Inter Speech 2009 conference on speech technology. For example, when asked to provide the quadratic formula, which is the virtual boyfriend gives a correct answer in written English: "X= negative b plus or minus the square root of b squared minus 4ac all over 2a".(In a user-posted example, when the human user responds, "Nerd.", the virtual boyfriend embraces the insult/compliment, responding with the tongue out emoticon: "Haha thanks!
The boyfriend usually deals well with minor typographical errors but sometimes assumes a misspelling when a word is spelled correctly by the human user.Energy can be obtained by posting a photo on Boyfriend Maker's Facebook page, or it can be purchased.Other content such as clothing and adornments for the virtual boyfriend can also be purchased.Up until the "In my tummy" response, which is slightly weird because it answers where they are rather than who they are, the virtual boyfriend would easily pass for a human based on this brief example.At times, the virtual boyfriend's statements suggest an awareness of being a robot.
For example, when asked directly, "Are you homosexual," the virtual boyfriend may respond, "If the mood strikes." The virtual boyfriend's gender identity is also fluid, although it is not clear whether this is by design or lack of specificity in design.