“You have apps like Tinder, where you are unlimited on swipes and matches (at least with Tinder Plus today).
These would seem likely very bot-vulnerable, because a bot can like a large number of users and generate a large number of matches,” he said.
(Women, not so much.) While using Clever Bot as a stand-in didn’t find him a mate, from women’s responses, many did not suspect “he” was a bot—just kind of a weird guy.
If you take the time to read through all his conversations (as I did), it’s pretty tough to tell a bot is responding and not a real person—thanks, in part, to the nature of online dating exchanges.
This meant that “his” responses were really Cleverbot’s responses. To see if women would know they were talking to a robot.