One simple strategy involves employing pure gibberish.For example, if you say, "I love jkhfkdjh," the bot might stupidly respond, "What do you love about jfhfkdjh?But he’ll take flesh and blood bitches over hot to trot bots any day.
” Another approach is to ask the bot to spell words backwards, or to use a lot of pronouns like "it." If you ask a chatbot about what city it lives in, and then ask, “What is your favorite part of it?
” The bot has to understand that 'it' means the city and then has to develop a response about its favorite part.
These strategies are effective enough to unveil the software behind the conversation, which is particularly helpful on Tinder, where bots have become a pervasive issue.
Symantec, a computer security firm, conducted a study on fake Tinder profiles, and discovered that the majority of matches are often bots.
Sex bots — or artificially-intelligent programs posing as real people — are designed to seduce lonely hearts into coughing up some cash.