Facebook has recently unveiled their new chatbot that can be used to build a Facebook Messenger bot. Many have wondered what the future of chatbots will look like. Will we see a large number of them appear on the app store?
The bots are useful because you can type a few keywords and get an answer back, or you can use an example to see how the bot reacts. To make things even more interesting, the bot is currently available in English, Chinese, Japanese, Korean, French, German, Spanish, Italian, Brazilian Portuguese, Russian, Indonesian, Arabic, Turkish, and Hindi. So as you can see, there are millions of languages to choose from.
As stated earlier, chatbots are useful to those who use Facebook everyday. For example, if you write a blog post using Facebook's Dashboard, it would show up on your news feed, which would then become the top news on your news feed. While this is only one example, you can think of many others, such as asking a bot to respond to your messages in a specific language.
It is not uncommon for a user to ask a bot to respond to a question they have. Imagine if you could have a bot to answer questions you ask it and the bot does so with a friendly and enthusiastic voice. This would then be the bot's way of "honoring" you.
It is not difficult to imagine an application where you would send a friend's attention-grabbing headline to a bot who can then post it on their news feed. It would then link back to the friend in their news feed, which would eventually get them to read the article. The bot would then reply to the original request and post the article on its own news feed.
In the future, it is not entirely out of the realm of possibilities for a bot to be linked to your Facebook account. You can set up a system where you give the bot some instructions and the bot does the necessary task. It can also schedule tasks that are done automatically and can be given permission to send messages to friends.
You can also set up a system where friends who would be interested in the topic you are writing about can vote on it, and give their opinions. Once a majority of them say it is a good idea, it will be posted. There is no doubt the Facebook Messenger Bot will be more popular than ever before.
There are many people who use chatbots for one purpose only – to make money. At first glance, this does seem counter-intuitive. After all, what does the bot actually do? Can you use it to make money?
While we have no problems with bots being used for spamming, people need to realize that bots are now being used to help businesses with internet marketing. They are being used to give information to people for free, so they may benefit from information that is available on a website.
When you know a website to be worth visiting, you can bookmark it in your browser and add it to your home screen, which allows the bot to monitor the website. The bot can then add your bookmark to its database so that it can add it to a list of sites that may be useful.
Whenever you are interested in a website, the bot can then let you know of new content that may be interesting. This can help you in narrowing down your choices when searching for something you want to know about. Some people might not necessarily want to spend time reading something that is going to take them just a couple of minutes to find out about.
Now that you know what the future of chatbots may be, what doyou think will happen? Will the Facebook Chatbot stop being useful once it is connected to Facebook's servers? Will we see bots that can be used for spamming the site, or for making money?