A chatbot is an artificial person, animal or other creature which holds conversations with humans. Besides, for the most part, these applications are not free, though most have a “demo” version.
This could be a text based (typed) conversation, a spoken conversation or even a non-verbal conversation. The “web-based” solution, which runs on a remote server, is generally able to be reached by the general public through a web page.
The same counts for their graphic design, sometimes it feels like a cartoonish character drawn by a child, and on the other hand there are photo-realistic 3D animated characters available, which are hard to distinguish from humans. If you have a look at our chatbot gallery, you will immediately notice the difference. Most AIML interpreters are offered under a free or open source license. In general, the web-based chatbot has the advantage for you to have control over behavior, personality, and (free) hosting, though there are “premium” options available and personalization of content.
The term Chatbot is closely related to chat bot and chatterbot. Therefore, many “Alicebot clones” populate the internet, having been created based upon the original implementation of A. However, web based bots are not as easy to set up as a stand-alone chatbot application.
However, professional typists type a lot faster on average -- upwards of 65 to 75 WPM.
A good typing speed compared to the general population would be over 40 WPM, but compared to professionals it would be in the 75 WPM range.
Well, that is what he said but that’s the thing – who really knows?
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If you’re not used to it, it can feel a little strange or even ridiculous to talk dirty to someone over the telephone.
But to mix things up a bit when playing with adults, change the position of the syllables when you give clues, get more creative with the sounds of the syllables (eg.
gorge for George, or ouch for the third syllable in Liberaces name), etc.