And we talk to the man who coded Cleverbot, a software program that learns from every new line of conversation it receives..that's chatting with more than 3 million humans each month. It seems questionable that a machine could approach the potency of being human without at least two substitutions: 1. Wow, listening to this show I started wondering if one day soon a computer would be more human than a person with autism. Are telling me you've not even read a Ray Kurzweil book?? Lately the show has been on a downwards slide scientifically. I feel sorry for you, that you will never know what that tastes like.
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But, when I use Badoo’s mobile app, the news that I was on the site was posted on Facebook for all my friends to see -- including my husband. The company says it’s on track to take in $150 million a year. He says while online dating may never entirely shed its stigma, a social dating site as popular as Badoo symbolizes a big change. You know, the freedom to lie about your age or weight.
Brooks says broadcasting your private life is key to Badoo’s success. To make that, Badoo accepts ads and charges micro-payments to users who want to promote themselves. It’s hard to fudge the facts when your social network is watching.
Social networks got popular and we got much more comfortable sharing our personal lives online.
So much so that entrepreneurs are now latching onto our social networks to create social dating sites, like Lots of profile pics of guys without their shirts on.
Five years ago, an Austrian woman decided to give online dating a try.
(She asked that I only use her internet handle, Firefly, for reasons that will soon become clear.) It had been about a year since Firefly got divorced.
The honor recognizes broadcasters for exceptional leadership, achievements, and contributions to the industry, and Judy's tenure at WLRH, the state's first public radio station, led broadcasters across the state to choose her.
Feel free to leave Judy your own congratulations on the contact page. (Mom Works), that quickly grew into a 10,000-woman advocacy network.
And during our Alabama Legacy Moment, we'll hear about Old Cahawba.
We're thrilled that Huntsville Public Radio's Judy Watters was chosen for induction as a member of the Alabama Broadcasters Association Hall of Fame.
As gender equality minister, she wants to criminalize sexual harassment on the streets.