“Wasting their time and delivering a deterrence message could change their perspective on what they’re doing.”Project Intercept was started in 2012 by two Microsoft employees after seeing a documentary about sex trafficking, .
“I thought we should be able to use the things that we work with every day to help,” says Greg, a senior product manager at Microsoft, who asked not to disclose his last name to avoid recriminations from people involved in the sex trade.
chatbots to businesses as a way to keep customers coming back for more.
A new bot built by Microsoft employees in their spare time is designed to do exactly the opposite.
you can say anything if you put dots inbetween the letters and you will get a dirty reply back . We may also approach you if you’ve left some brilliant comments on the site: we might want to work with you! We will use your telephone details after we’ve tried to contact you via e-mail and this e-mail bounced, resulted in other error messages or you simply didn’t answer for some kind of reason.