We talk to them, share our secrets and emotions and sometimes even can’t understand who we are talking to, a human or a program. Today, we decided to shed some light on the phenomenon of the human-like AI chatbots, how they manage to fool us, and why our own bots have to be like “dudes” to become popular.
If you ask your friends to distinguish a real person from a bot, they would say that it is easy.
We are used to thinking that all bots are so polite, they are well-bread because we taught them to be so.
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Every time when someone said the word “job”, “work”, “boss” or whatever, the bot told about his “issues” at work.
That’s how the program persuaded users that he was real.
So, if you already have a bot, check its effectiveness. If you don't have a bot yet, read our tips to create a smart AI chatbot below. Remember what we said about irrelevant information?
BTW, if you are an Android developer you may want to read our next article about the best Android frameworks for testing. Teach them to express emotions a regular person would have in a particular situation. That’s right, most of the bots do not need it so they don’t memorize it.
However, the latest real-life events prove that it is not even close to a reality. They make pauses, say “Um” and “Huh” in the situations real people could feel confused or surprised. It helps them capture your attention and continue the dialogue.
There were so many cases when realistic chatbots weren’t identified as programs and even were asked for a date, but more on that later. Let’s take a look at the strategy bots lead to misguide us: What happens if we haven’t heard a phrase? Every question you ask a bot is not a part of a dialogue.
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