Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign has created a bot that texts you quotes from Donald Trump.
The bot was highlighted in a tweet today by creator and Clinton campaign designer Suelyn Yu. It draws on the same backend database as Literally Trump, a hillaryclinton.com fact-checking page used during the first presidential debate, a Clinton campaign spokesperson told VentureBeat in an email. Read Full Article
Bots are officially everywhere — they’re available to assist with almost every part of our lives, from shopping and gift-giving to news-tracking and political decision-making. They can even tell us what to make for dinner.
The thing that seems odd to me, though, is that the entire bot conversation has been focused on A.I., machine learning (ML), and natural language processing (NLP). This makes me question whether we’re looking at bots the wrong way. Read Full Article
There may be an app and (pretty soon) a bot for just about everything, but this might be a first. SapientX, a company that has been in stealth mode for the last year, has created chatbots for Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton that provide words directly from the candidate’s mouth on topics ranging from abortion to taxes and terrorism.
The chatbots are able to answer questions in text or voice about roughly 100 topics, like: “What do you think about the Black Lives Matter movement?” or “Do you think that women should be paid as much as men?” Read Full Article