However, Google search for “romance chat bots”, “boyfriend bots” and alike spits out a big portion of plain and boring sex chat bots.

Is there anything fundamentally wrong with all this?

I must admit that the whole chatbot as sexbot thing strikes me as unseemly. Adult content, or whatever you want to label it, has been around since human beings could talk. But it’s disappointing if all Moore’s Law and the other exponential advances in computing technology get us are new ways to be morons.

If there’s a problem with the whole female chatter bot scene, in my opinion it would be that the majority of such bots are created by men.

Chatbot hotties are programmed to utter what boys think they should say, or want them to say.

Bieber still seems to be popular, but the site is now overrun with an explosion of barely clad girlfriend bots. The disembodied intelligent assistant Samantha exudes female sexuality and uses her charms to arouse and satisfy her male end user.

A recent peek led me to believe that the site is no longer G or even PG-rated, if you get my drift. All of this evidence leads to an obvious question: is it a wide-spread “nerdy guy” fantasy to engage in explicitly adult conversation with a computer software program masquerading as Venus?As intelligent assistants become more prevalent and as they improve their ability to mimic human conversation, what will our expectations be for their behavior?Will we try to shape them to be the dream partners of our fantasies, and will our human relationships suffer as a result?Are inexperienced, nerdy guys receptive to that type of mentoring from a chatbot, or do they just want to get straight to the dirty talk?An experiment to research this question might be interesting.Whatever boys learn by engaging in conversation with chatbots (if anything), they’d best not try a similar approach when speaking with the girls from their school or neighborhood. But guys are smart enough to know the difference between fake girls and real ones, right?