They will be able to converse on a huge variety of subjects, and their conversation will exhibit several humanlike characteristics.
Apparently the author of Love and Sex with Robots wants to make people like me happy, because David Levy (in partnership with Paul Andrews of House of Erotica) has launched Erotic Chatbots Ltd. Our flirty chatbots are designed for people who enjoy amorous conversations without any overtly sexual content.
They’re going to have two offerings for the erotic chatbot lines, Flirty Chatbots and Sexy Chatbots.
Each of our chatbots will have the personality of an entertaining, interesting and amorous partner, who remembers its past conversations with you, learning more and more about you as time goes on.
(…) Our chatbots will be driven by our own Artificial Intelligence software.
Their plan is to later expand into lesbian and gay versions, which is great, though I’m wondering if that means bisexuality is already in there somewhere. I also hope that since the entire product has shed the construct of bodies, they’ll also eventually shed the antiquated notion of binary gender and expand to embrace the gender spectrum.
But here’s one of the really cool parts: We are also creating a limited edition of personalized chatbots, each of which is designed and programmed to know about and be affectionate with a particular person.
That person can be you, or anyone to whom you decide to gift one of these personalized chatbots.
Despite all the dystopian sci-fi I consume, which tells me this is only going to end with the machines enslaving us, I can’t wait for my potty-mouthed artificial companions. launched its Indiegogo campaign to raise development money, and the perks are pretty sweet (though they need a better video).
will eventually be a matter of development and adoption.
The adult style is designed for users who prefer to chat dirty.
We believe that the flirty style will also appeal to shy people and to those who would be embarrassed by a more adult style of conversation.