Italian sex chat bot
Photo DNA is now used by more than 70 companies and organizations, including Facebook and Twitter.
It harvests phone numbers from real online sex ads, and automatically sends messages to sex workers offering support or assistance getting out of the trade.
“Details of this incident will be reviewed further and you may be contacted by law enforcement for questioning.” The warning can vary based on the conversation, if, for example, a potential buyer expresses an interest in someone underage.
Microsoft employees built the bot in a philanthropic initiative called Project Intercept, in collaboration with nonprofits that hope it can reduce demand for sex workers, and the incentives for criminals to coerce people into the sex trade.
While hanging out on Skyn’s website (and observing that there’s something so much more illicit about shopping for condoms versus, say, birth control pills), we also found the brand’s 2017 Millennial Sex Survey, which afforded many a LOL. Surprisingly, though, Houston is actually the top destination for a one-night stand. It takes less than a minute, and you can even share your results across social channels.
Among other findings, 48 percent of millennials said they sext at least once a week—but don’t send us pics!