LISTEN: Creepy AI Telemarketer Sounds Human, Denies Being a Robot

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Time Magazine is investigating a healthcare telemarketing firm who has been using an amazingly realistic robot caller which seems to operate on advanced and a bit creepy artificial intelligence.

The Florida firm Premier Health Plans Inc. is responsible for “employee” Samantha West heard in the exchanges below.  After cleverly filibustering, she repeatedly insists she’s a real person and not a robot.  

Listen to the newest recording below:

With this level of advancement in customer service technology, how many more jobs can we expect to become automated out of existence?

4 thoughts on “LISTEN: Creepy AI Telemarketer Sounds Human, Denies Being a Robot

  1. Time magazine is only “investigating” this to help the public accept robots stealing their jobs, and to prepare them for dealing with robots on a regular basis.

    No coffee breaks, no pensions, and no minimum wage. People should fear the advancement of robotics because they’ll make many humans obsolete, and it’s no coincidence that tons of research and development money is being put into robotics just as the Zionists are advancing their eugenics agenda at full speed.

    And most of all, no blood transfusions or medical support is needed when a robotic soldier drops on a battle field. Just haul it back to the shop when you have time, and fix it whenever.

    As soldiers they’ll be easily defeated because they’ll lack the ability to accurately assess their threats and surroundings quickly enough to respond appropriately, and any robot will have too many vulnerabilities to survive combat (just think of how easy it is to disable computer-controlled car), so I don’t really worry about them on the battle field.

  2. As long as they never attain this level of technology:

    “That terminator is out there. It can’t be bargained with. It can’t be reasoned with. It doesn’t feel pity, or remorse, or fear. And it absolutely will not stop, ever, until you are dead.”

    I’d REALLY hate to have to fight those beasties.

  3. Next time that I get a unwanted call and caller ID says the number then maybe I`ll just pick up anyway and ask if they are a robot – naw, probobly not but a thought maybe. – Good post Admin 😉

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