Sometimes the way a bot produces text reflects errors in its programming.It can be something like two spaces between every sentence, extra periods or bizarre indentations.
Real humans use lots of sentence fragments when they’re chatting.Other bots will try too hard to speak casually by using an excess of “lols,” emoji and similar characters.A human would not respond exactly the same way to different questions or comments.Most people don’t chat with a Hemingway level of clarity and brevity.This variety of bot talks with you on sites such as Tinder and Facebook.
Programmers design chatbots to simulate real conversation long enough to convince you to buy something, click on a link or offer personal information.
The key to detecting and reporting them is understanding how they work in various contexts.
Then you can exploit their weaknesses and out them as robots!
Real humans need to sleep and take more than .1 second to type a detailed response.
They won’t be responding instantly and at all hours of the night.
Chat Tool Founder Robert Brandl offered the following example: Don’t waste your energy outing these guys. Save it for long conversations and “people” you chat with outside of customer service such as those on online dating platforms.