Pandorabots have been adapted to nearly every ecological niche on the internet.
Pandorabots appear on web pages, in instant messaging, and respond to email and forum posts.
Users like M, and the theory that software could learn to take over some work from the human trainers has been borne out.
Through June 2012, over 1.5 billion conversational interactions have occurred between clients and pandorabots, and this number increases rapidly (it can be seen near the top of the center of the Pandorabots home page).
Pandorabots is a free open-source-based community webservice enabling you to develop and publish chatbots on the web (Read more details here).
Pandorabots is the largest chatbot community on the internet.
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