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may not be suitable for children - must be agreed by parent or guardian

it learns and imitates, is social content and aims to pass the Turing Test

can seem rude or inappropriate - talk with caution and at your own risk

software pretends to be human - don't give personal info even if it 'asks'

the bot does not understand you, and cannot mean anything it 'says'

if not sure, don't stay understood and agreed

it does not understand - you do - see what you agreed again

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Boibot is a learning AI. He was released in June 2015 but he shares the same database with Cleverbot and Evie. So the things he says were learned from a human being at some point in the last 10 years, and stored in a giant database. Boibot figures out what to say using proprietary software created by Rollo Carpenter and Existor.

Boibot has made a big splash on social media. In his first week over 250 videos were made and uploaded onto YouTube, and viewed more than 4 million times. This includes videos by the very popular YouTubers Squeezie (in French) and jacksepticeye.

Boibot's capacities go beyond mere verbal or textual interactions; the AI utilised in Boibot also extends to controlling the timing and degree of facial expressions and movement. His visually displayed reactions and emotions blend and vary in surprisingly complex ways, and a range of voices are delivered to your browser, along with lip synching information, to bring the avatar to life! Boibot uses Flash if your browser supports it, but still works even without, thanks to our own Existor Avatar Player technology, allowing you to enjoy her to the full on iOS and Android.

Along with the continued development of our avatars, we are also investigating machine learning and deep learning techniques, and working on the creation of a short term memory for our bots. This will allow humans interacting with our AI to develop genuine human-like relationships with their bot; any personal information that is exchanged will be remembered by the bot and recalled in the correct context at the appropriate time. The bots will get to know their human companion, and utilise this knowledge to form warmer and more personal interactions.