Adult chat bot that tells sex stories
And the binding and summoning of guardians is key to the entire thing (hopefully not spoiling it too much! (Amusingly for the topic of this post, the reason we didn't call it BOUND THINGS is that it sounded rather too porny.) Accidentally, I seem to have hit something of a zeitgeist with this one.Because in Silicon Valley, I'm reliably informed, the Wave Of The Future is exactly this: summoned, intelligent servants which you can control if you know their True Name.My female ‘fake detector’ has sprung to life recently on Whatsapp.
I was flabbergasted by this stat, but perhaps not so incredible bearing in mind that at the time of the survey, Humans, a Channel 4 drama series set in a parallel present where the latest must-have gadget for a busy family is a Synth — a life-like humanoid in the form of the very attractive actress Gemma Chan.
In an interview with Larry King last year, Stephen Hawking warned that artificial intelligence, disguised as helpful digital assistants and self-driving vehicles, is gaining a foothold and could one day spell the end for mankind.
When I heard this, images came to mind of films such as set in 2035 in which fallible human hero, Will Smith, fought off the robotic menace and saved humanity.
One of the most common ones is a "fake chat" ad—an attractive woman propositioning the user with the promise of, at least, some hot Facebook or Snapchat messages. Because tech developments in other areas are about to turn the whole "sex with your PC" deal from "crude and somewhat rubbish" to "looks like the AIs just took a really unexpected job away". I'm rather enthusiastic about that on a fictional level.
Some of the more advanced ads actually take the user to a landing page where a very, very crude script will respond to them. Indeed, the film I just released, DANGEROUS TREASURES, came very close to being called BOUND THINGS instead—it's a story of a couple of geeks who follow clues on a deepweb occult forum which lead them to have a lengthy and bloody interaction with the bound guardian of the treasure they're robbing.