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The bot, available via Twitter and Facebook Messenger, polls its followers (called ‘U-Reporters’) on a range of topics.
The idea is to gather opinion and experiences from these young participants, who now number over three million, and use them to help influence public policy.
Browder mined 15 years of affordable housing application data, obtained via a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request.
People began contacting him asking for help with other legal issues relating to evictions, bankruptcies, and repossessions, so he decided to expand the capabilities of the bot to help homeless people.His goal with the service is to offer a replacement for what he sees as a subset of predatory lawyers that charge heavy fees to do little more than file paperwork.Since his success with Do Not Pay, Browder, dubbed the ‘Robin Hood of the Internet’ by the BBC, has expanded it to give free legal aid to refugees seeking asylum in the US, Canada and UK.Absent any real technical prowess (and without wanting to pester my pal Zach, who’s done some super interesting conceptual work around IM/chat and bots), and without trying to inflate the importance of what I did any further: What happened was one Saturday night I sat down and started copying/pasting the responses of one sexbot into the window of the other to see if we could spark some fireworks — a lot of which is what you can read there. I wish I had a better answer than “I honestly don’t know” — which I totally can say while looking you straight in the eyes! The most interesting part for me was learning that AIM sexbots are set up to try and tell a complete and compelling story.I don’t mean to pry, but I would be remiss if I didn’t ask why you have these sexbots available at your disposal. But even though these two had their way with me/each other and never even bothered to IM the next day to say they had a nice time, it is happening… It’s clear — from the times when their responses collided — that even though “lynneberan” and “wmoad50” “worked at different websites,” they both come from a common source (I would super legitimately love to know who writes this code!