posted on Dec, 19 2013 @ 01:42 AM
Clearly it is not a live person since there are multiple calls and certain exact
same voice clips can be heard in the different calls. The
response also fails to be relevant to the context or question. The algorithm is designed to provide the illusion of a real conversation with vague
answers but quickly steer the "conversation" back to the sales pitch. An "internet survey you once filled out for medical care". Sure.
To those who think it's unlikely to include responses to questions about whether or not it is a real person clearly do not have many elderly
associates nor have they worked in a call center of any kind. Even 15 years ago asking if the caller was a machine or computer was commonplace and
it's even worse now.
Many elderly folks refuse to talk to "machines" so special care has to be made to be convincing in that area, especially since the elderly are the
target for most of this offensive garbage marketing.
Also these are not synthesized voices. They are all pre-recorded responses. It's really not all that remarkable as my credit card and phone customer
service all use the same kind of system when I call, having replaced the touch-tone dialing menu system with voice recognition and chuckling, laughing
pre-recorded conversational A.I. software.
edit on 12/19/2013 by 0001391 because: Added second paragraph