It's like talking to someone pretty but dumb as rocks you can't talk about anything it is just random. Seriously, this app is 17 and doesn't allow swear words?
This app is by far the best one out of all the other ones I've tried. However, it is still a bit off when you ask it an over detailed question. It used to learn from others and would repeat what you say...
According to The New York Times, Mc Mullen is focusing on developing convincing AI, including a robotic head that can blink and open and close its mouth.
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now it doesn't do that and it mostly says "sorry, I don't understand".
I bet a bunch of prudes and soccer moms complained enough so the developer blocked all "bad" words. This app used to be good and the bot would say funny things.
Mc Mullen faces the so-called uncanny valley, which is a concept written in the 70s by a Japanese researcher that basically says people’s responses to robots shift from empathy to revulsion the more closely the robots resemble humans.