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A year ago, chatbots reemerged atop a mountain of hype that messaging marked tech’s latest paradigm shift, after messaging apps Facebook’s Messenger and Kik officially opened up to chatbots.
A year later, the trend has slid down the mountain into its own uncanny valley.
"That's not our ideal scenario and in all our posts we direct them to the match maker and we've been clear on how you activate the conversation,' Boost's Head of Marketing Jodi Murray-Freedman told ."The technology is such a new area there is always going to be glitches."But we've done everything on our end to make sure it's as safe as it can be [and] to make sure we're only talking to people 18 years old and over."Boost says the bots are just parodying your average Tinder experience."Our core demographic - 18-24 year olds - are in that online dating space, it seemed the obvious fit for us to bring our fruit to life in that environment and have a bit of fun," Jodi Murray-Freedman said.
She said with 90,000 unique users on the bots, the marketing campaign has been a hit.
The first impression was a rough one.“The first thing we learned almost as soon as we launched [on Facebook Messenger] is that users didn’t really know what they wanted to do with the bots, but to the extent they did they had an expectation that they would work like Siri and they could ask [the bots] to do anything basically,” said Poncho CEO Sam Mandel in an interview earlier this month. I could have shared my location using Messenger’s built-in location-sharing feature, but that would take me through three in-app menu screens, and wasn’t the point of chatbots to chat?
But a teen education expert says the behaviour is "predatory" and "grooming". and it sends you a photo of your own profile picture, describing it as "the kind of lover I'm looking for."Then Banana gives you the options: "Love in Japan? "Here's a full interaction sent in by a Enlighten Education's Dannielle Miller said the bot took on a "predatory and creepy feel" and it's interaction was "grooming behaviour""You're chatting to someone online that you don't know and they keep pushing your boundaries and assuming this level of intimacy with you that they don't yet have," she said."That's exactly what it felt like." "I think it's really problematic that that kind of behaviour was normalised." She also said making light of bad online behavior sends the wrong message.