The Entertainment World Welcomes Chatbots

Human entertainment goes a while back and has become a robust industry in the last century. Hollywood has made something incredible in this field, which kept us in front of the screens watching our favorite TV shows and movies.

The entertainment world has been a little slow with introducing chatbots, but they do welcome it. Here are several chatbots created from well-known companies to provide a different entertainment experience:

Atticus, the AT&T Chatbot

Atticus the Entertainment Chatbot from AT&T was made to interact with users and provide information about TV shows. It gives fun facts about your favorite show and plays a quiz with you about the show you like, to check how good you know that show.

Disney’s Bot

Disney is one company that launched several bots and experimented in the field, and even if they shut down some of them, they will not go away without pursuing this technology in the future.

Miss Piggy Bot

Miss Piggy bot, one of Disney’s bots, was created to boost the awareness of the Muppet show which aired on ABC. Who would not want to chat with Miss Piggy and have some fun, waking up our childhood memories?

Zootopia’s Judy Hopps Facebook Messenger Bot

Disney Zootopia bot was created to engage users in experiencing a one on one mystery game based on the movie. If you were successful in resolving the mystery, Officer Hopps gives a badge with the name of the user.

This bot was a successful bot but did not last long, as it was canceled by Disney. I guess it was part of their research to see if people wanted chatbots to interact with them through messenger apps.

Doc Brown Bot

Chat with the famous Doctor Emmet Brown, the scientist who invented the time machine and travels in time. Yes, we all know Back to the Future, one of my favorite movies, so if you are a fan, you can chat with Doc on Facebook Messenger.

It worked entirely back in 2015 when they launched it, and now you can give it a try, but maybe the responses are not as fast as they should be. The idea was to celebrate the year that was showcased in the movie when Marty and Doc traveled to 2015.

Fandango Bot

Fandango provides their customers with a chatbot experience, too. Using the Fandango bot, you can find the movie you want to watch, easy and fast, and it will provide you with the information about the closest theater. And for the fans of movies, they can watch the latest trailer inside the messenger bot.

Hello Barbie

The company Toy Talk pushed the entertainment experience by building a chatbot inside a doll. With Hello Barbie, little girls can talk and play games with the doll at different levels, as there is no need for them to make impressions on the doll when talking to them, the doll just talks back. All they need to do is to install the app, and the magic will happen.

Final Thoughts with ChattyPeople

The entertainment industry is a dominant industry that will provide us with more surprises than we can expect.

With the use of this technology, I’m sure that our kids will have talking bears and dolls, which will be AI-powered. This will change the ways we raise our children, and I just hope it will be for the best.

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Posted by Slobodan S.