Kinky ai chatbots
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.Pros: bot copy lists keywords where applicable to help direct the user through requests, good response to variety of input formats for dates, times, etc.Cons: the suggested keywords barely work, most Howdy functions better served by basic calendaring apps.Rating: 2/5 ballgags Another productivity/office task bot, Ace is pretty upfront about the fact that it can only do expense reports, to-do lists, and polls.
The random combinations of what these companies decide is some helpful enough smattering of tasks to justify building and releasing an app is starting to baffle me, but what do I know.
So I decided to see whether the “listening” for props is context-sensitive or just goes off a solitary keyword to try and figure out why it wasn’t working. I quickly ran afoul of issues with the keywords that the bot itself suggested not being effective at communicating my desires or giving me enough information to know what to do with it: Using most bots requires a bit of repetition and back and forth as the user acclimates to the expected commands, but I was thoroughly displeased that I had to work this hard to get through a fairly limited list of functionalities.
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