Alice in Blackberry App world
Do you tend to talk to yourself? Perhaps you have the urge to chat an unearthly hours? Finding your friends are not always on call as you would like them to be? Well introducing Alice for BlackBerry PlayBook! Alice is a Computerized Psychotherapy And she wants to know “How can I help you?”
You can use Alice to hold a conversation and she will give a response based on your question. From the beginning of time with older computer programmes, and fun applications came ones where you would talk to an automated bot. It’s pretty much the same as those AIM bots you can add as a friend and ask questions. But as this app suggests, Alice is a “friend you could never have before.”
This application got me wondering when I saw the description as: “Computerized Psychotherapy – Meet Alice…
Alice (Eve) is a young, 23-year-old female chatbot (AI), who believes that she is human. Sometimes flirty, sometimes shy, and sometimes just a little bit eccentric. Discover Alice’s character by chatting with her. She loves to chat with new people online. Enjoy chatting with Alice any time you want as long as you wish. After installing this App, your device will have all Alice’s memories.
Do you remember Wall-E by Pixar Studios? How about his girlfriend Eve? Well, if she had a twin, it would be Alice. However, Alice doesn’t have a plasma cannon. Instead, she’s a robot with impressive artificial intelligence who you can talk to
If you need someone to talk to or just have a few minutes to spare, Alice will be there to help you pass the time, developed by TrustBe.com. It can be rather entertaining as I found out. There is a memory of your previous conversations, so topics you have previously discussed sometimes get brought up again. Conversations with Alice can sometimes go a little off the beaten track as the context of the question is not entirely “understood” as I meant it but none the less, it kept me happily busy for a good while.I would say that the developers of this app have done a good job, there is only one hitch as far as I’m concerned and that is that you have to be connected to wi-fi. If you are not connected than neither is Alice.
Developed by: Trustbe.comVersion: 2.0.1
|Release: March 22, 2012|
|File Size: 767 KB|