Sex voice chat with bot

24 May

I mean, look at that little Facebook Messenger icon and the way he answered my message! Josh Bocanegra, CEO of Persona Bots, says these bots are a good way to get people excited about a franchise.“Chatbots are super cool because they automate fan engagement through chat.In other words, a chatbot can talk to a fan as if it was a human,” he says via email.Called Samantha, the life-size dolls are designed to replicate, erm, sexual acts — but with artificial intelligence that means she’ll respond to different touches by showing supposed emotional reactions.In essence, it’s a chatbot, but one with the added “bonus” of having a body to go alongside the voice.The United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) in collaboration with Nailab, a technology driven business incubator, have announced four winning innvations around sex that will kick off the i Accelerator programme.The 4 winning social-entrepeneurs’ ideas – Fluid, Sophie Bot, Imara TV and Deaf Elimu – will go through a four-month acceleration programme that will pair them with expert mentors, enroll them in business management and development training and allow them access to seed-capital of Ksh 1 million.), but Samantha is certainly a unique way of spending that ,374 paycheck that’s hanging around your bank account.“Tools like [Amazon’s] Alexa are interesting, but the ultimate goal of everybody is to build something with a body and a brain, right? “I wanted to do something that would make my mother say ‘wow’ when she sees it.

The programme has been part of a regional initiative of UNFPA East and Southern Africa Regional office funded by UKAID. AM, an initiative calling on young people to realise their desire to talk about, discuss, learn and understand their sexuality and sexual reproductive health by engaging with credible sources of information in safe and un-stigmatized environments.

This has been an interesting and quite an unexplored theme and we have learnt a lot from the young people in the process,” said Ms Josephine Mwangi, Head of Communications and Marketing at Nailab.

Ms Mwangi said young people are heavily informed by myths that need to be debunked to help them understand sexuality conversation using technology.

My mother never said that about any of the other things that I showed her.

She’d always say they were funny and then go off and do something else.