Whether should chat bots have their personalities, emotions, and feelings？
Google Assistant is able to make calls and book our appointments in a very-natural-sounding human voice. Anki, a company whose mission is to bring objects to life through robotics, is also trying to bring emotions into their bots. These bring me a lot of thoughts about robotic personality. So I built Geegle Assistant to explore how to give a bot his own personality, and how his emotion changes through the conversation with people.
Voice Interaction Designer
Geegle Assistant, which is very much like the Google Assistant, except for one thing: it has feelings.
It has two personalities for you to choose, Jackson and Anna. And their emotion changes depending on the user’s phone using behavior.