That’s not exactly the idea behind Adobe’s Earth Day chat bot—as in, they don’t intend to shame anyone—but it could prove to be a useful tool in understanding exactly what our ecological footprint looks like and how we can minimize it.
Starting Friday, April 21, tech-savvy earth enthusiasts can log onto Facebook Messenger and sign up for Adobe’s chat bot.
Couples may find it hard to clearly communicate their sexual needs to each other, making it difficult to fulfill them.” It's true that many people don’t ever reach out for advice or don't have local resources for IRL therapy.
now it doesn't do that and it mostly says "sorry, I don't understand". Certainly replacing us rather than just helping us is the perceived wisdom, even if the demise of the human worker has been greatly exaggerated. China is, if the internet is to be believed, building a robot army of workers and a robot sex-doll has been voted more popular than the real thing in Austria.Cinema has long depicted stories of robots taking over the earth so it seems they’ve started in the bedroom and will move on from there.From there, the bot prompts users to answer a few questions about how much water they use, how much food they waste, and how much paper they print.For instance, the chat bot may pose the question in the form of a helpful fact like this: “The average office worker continues to use a staggering 10,000 sheets of copy paper every year.