Angela asks how old are you and when you take those quizzes the guy that answers back wants to know what you are like and finds your information there. “Talking Angela” is not a web site, but an i OS app available through i Tunes that provides a cute interactive feature for youngsters: when children activate the app and respond to prompts to interact with it, Angela, a cat who inhabits an outdoor table at a Parisian cafe, responds to their gestures and mimics what they say back to them in her French-influenced stylings: Talking Angela, like numerous similar apps, can interact with users in several ways: She will repeat, in her squeaky French voice, what users say into their device’s microphone; she can (if the device’s camera is enabled) read facial expressions and react to them; she moves and gestures in response to being petted or poked via screen taps and swipes; and she can (if Child Mode is disabled) engage users in robotic text chats.Since Talking Angela was released in December 2012, rumors about its supposedly unsafe nature have grown and spread to the point that some of the more far-fetched information now circulating about it claims that the app is being used as a recruiting tool for pedophiles or is driven by “hackers” who engage children in live conversations.
Manchmal ist der Zeitpunkt für eine langfristige Beziehung im Leben aber einfach (noch) nicht gekommen.
Wir sind vielleicht zu beschäftigt mir anderen Dingen oder haben schlichtweg keine Zeit und Muße, uns auf eine feste Sache einzulassen.
PLEASE CHECK YOUR CHILDREN’S IPODS AND ALL TO MAKE SURE THEY DO NOT HAVE THIS ATTENTION PARENTS & GRANDPARENTS!
My future daughter-in-law just received this warning from a friend on her page.
The description clearly informs the user that one of the core functionalities of the app is chat, which requires two-way communication, where Angela (a chat bot, not a real person) answers with text and voice in English and talks to the user about a variety of subjects.