Chat bot which sends sexy pics updating ginger jar lamps
But sometimes people are quick enough to capture a pic before it evaporates into the digital ether, and we’re lucky enough to have some of those semi-candid shots right here for your viewing pleasure. It’s the one where you send photos and then they disappear forever without a trace…or so you thought.
The trend of luring sex-starved smartphone users to Kik first kicked off in the summer of 2013, according to Mountain View, California-based security company Symantec, which has been monitoring the trend. Companies like Microsoft and Google and Facebook use it to help the blind, sort your photos and do many other cool things.It's as hot as bots, which everyone is integrating into everything and Microsoft boss Satya Nadella calls "the new apps."Sketch a Venn diagram of the two and you'll find WTF Is That, a computer vision bot on Facebook Messenger that's gone viral.Most of us also know the right angles to make us look curvy where it matters and a little smaller where it doesn't.Here's the catch: no one should be able to tell that you're pushing stuff in or holding stuff up, it ruins the illusion.
On Snapchat, users receive photos of sexy, sometimes nude, women, with the message "Add me on Kik for nudes swap."" data-reactid="26"On dating service Tinder, Symantec says bots which were previously used to push adult-webcam spam switched over to push Kik.