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There isn't enough substance--or visual candy in here to be even mildly titillating.
) to write a review about one of the most interesting, hardest and awesome years ever. I’m Antonia and one of the founders of chat Shopper, Europe’s first fashion chatbot on Facebook Messenger.According to company president David Levy, anyone who finds it too tame to chat to the company’s “flirty” style of chatbot can amuse themselves with their “adult” chatbots, “which can also help users to improve their own talk-dirty skills.” It goes on: “An intelligent virtual lover which understands and wants to please you, is perhaps an appealing proposition to a lot of people.” A lot of a certain type of people, no doubt. “Future plans for the company’s technology include the development of a personality, emotion and mood software module, which will allow users to choose and modify their partner’s or lover’s personality as they wish,” it says. Now, Downtime knows that none of its readers would be indulging in such a thing anyway, but in case you’re doing so purely in the name of scientific research in future, be warned.Erotic Chatbots seems to hope it can appeal to the frustrated fantasies of anybody who, well, anybody who cannot or couldn’t be bothered to actually find an intelligent human partner. That perfect “lover” might not be quite the man or woman you believe. I am a very forgiving reviewer--I can usually find something to like about a film.In this case the only reason it gets 3 points at all is due to the premise, but as far as the plot, the characters, the dialogue--and as another reviewer puts it, the execution, it is a genuine stinker.