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Actually, they triggered both laughter and anger, and maybe it was because this time they didn’t come from a person. Its name is d.bot, a web application that simulates conversations women might have with men in online and offline situations.You know, the dude who’s creeping on you at the bar or messaging you on Tinder until you unmatch him.“It’s something I call the Big Bot Battle,” Oren Etzioni, CEO of the Allen Institute for Artificial Intelligence, told The Register.With web searches being directed through chatbots, the company that builds the most popular robot will be the new gateway to the digital world, Etzioni said, like a “concierge for the internet.” “The stakes are super high. But it’s still the beginning of the race so the jury’s still out,” Etzioni added.
"Chatbots could totally be a trillion-dollar industry," Gailey told The Register.
The robot doesn’t give you any instructions, it just sends a link to Google Maps anyway – so why use a middleman if you can cut to the chase?
(Also, how are you supposed to use a voice-controlled app in a noisy room of people, especially if they're also shouting at their devices: touchscreens and keyboards suddenly look like a godsend in that case.) Another problem lies in the dialogue systems.
At Radbots, Gailey and his team are interested in bridging the gap between chatbots and advertising: slipping ads into conversations when the AI feels it's relevant and least likely to irritate the user.
The advantages of using chatbots, at least from the service provider side, is that the adverts can be targeted to match users' needs given the ongoing conversations.
As we've said many times on El Reg, a lot of today's AI systems are smart if you're prepared to act dumb.