Last year, a Redditer who joked about girls having it easy on dating sites decided to pose as one to see what it was like. With d.bot, anyone can simulate the experience the Redditer and many women actually have. Likewise, meeting someone at a bar doesn’t provide that much more insight into someone’s personality.Their ethnicity and what they do for work are the foundations for the conversation.” When I talked to people about d.bot, a question that came up, mostly from men, was whether actually aligned with my and my peers’ personal experiences.Even with @tindernightmares, it’s hard for some people to believe these conversations are real. The creators wanted to explore the chat situation because they were curious if online platforms really provide anonymity, and if it's actually different than "just having a conversation with someone who is acting like a douche." The creators said .
I and other women I enlisted tried out to see what exactly this fake dude was all about., which discusses male-dominating behavior, was a constant point of reference during d.bot’s development.(Collinsworth said is definitely a bit of a mansplainer). For her, comments from men not only tread gender issues but also incorporate race. ” and “I dated someone who kind of looks like you.” You can also submit your own examples of what guys have said to you.Any time you send a message, an algorithm parses it for keywords and compares them to all of d.bot’s responses.The more your keywords match a response, the more likely that’s the response will use.