The initial message got me curious about setting a reminder, so I decided to ask about it: Pros: honest about what it can do, helpful keyword combos even within complex sentences, polite, positive, deferential tone. Cons: not much of a conversationalist, isn’t in to feet.
Rating: 3/5 ballgags People in my office text Poncho The Weather Cat all the time so I decided to try talking to it on Facebook Messenger. Pros: fairly conversational, personality-driven response copy, and of course does very well at the thing it’s built to do.
I decided to check out how Growbot responded to my dommely commands: That’s better I guess. Cons: doesn’t do a heck of a lot, is pretty much just a keyword-triggered random output of mediocre copy. Rating: 2/5 ballgags Another task-oriented bot, Howdy posits itself as a kind of office assistant that can be “trained,” which sounds appealing to me even if this kind of training involves fewer riding crops than I’m used to.
I then tried the “kudos” function which is supposed to save up when people are given praise to a leaderboard, but couldn’t get a response. I asked Howdy what it can do, then experimented a bit with setting up checkins and meetings.
[Walking into a building lobby in the year 2110, you notice a cute gynoid sitting alone in the Juice Bar Cafe.
This is the homepage of the two programs Virtual Master and Slave Control Program.
It is also a good place to look for answers and to ask questions.She is not a nympho (Could you really trust a nympho-bot to be loyal to you anyway?), but rather is programmed to emulate "normal" human courtship behavior in a semi-realistic way. She notices you staring at her and her eyes light up. The program automatic generates a report for the mistress/master to view. The slave is only controlled by the commands given from the program.The program is intended for doing individual training sessions.