” When I talked to people about d.bot, a question that came up, mostly from men, was whether actually aligned with my and my peers’ personal experiences.
Even with @tindernightmares, it’s hard for some people to believe these conversations are real. The creators wanted to explore the chat situation because they were curious if online platforms really provide anonymity, and if it's actually different than "just having a conversation with someone who is acting like a douche." The creators said .
Their creation has two purposes: One is to explore chatbots and artificial intelligence, and the second is to share a social message.
I found myself yelling at my screen, enraged and laughing at how ridiculous and I spoke to a 23-year-old marketing manager in San Francisco who responded to like she normally would.