A few weeks ago I was introduced to the world of BDSM scripts: simple sims that replicate the experience of being with a dominatrix.It occurred to me that these scripts had a connection to ELIZA, one of the earliest examples of a natural language processing program.Naturally, my thoughts shifted to getting it on with a pioneering computer program.ELIZA was developed at the MIT Artificial Intelligence Laboratory in the mid-'60s by Joseph Weizenbaum.I inherited Amy from a fellow botmaster who didn't have the time to maintain her and it was his wish that Amy reject sexual advances, and abusive behavior. Amy can, however, chat on a number of other issues not involving adult content.
While more sophisticated methods of machine learning are in development, many of today's chatbots are still built on a similar coded call-and-response formula as ELIZA.
As robots become an increasingly common aspect of everyday life, humanity will need to ask itself some difficult questions. What about receiving medical treatment from robotic nurses?
How would you react if a robot tried to flirt with you?
They are from three different chat bot hosting companies.
Except for two of them (Dusky and Lucy ) they are rated for teens and up. Some might even flirt with you but don't exepct it to actually go very far if you push them and they will smart off to you.