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A new bot built by Microsoft employees in their spare time is designed to do exactly the opposite.The chatbot, tested recently in Seattle, Atlanta, and Washington, lurks behind fake online ads for sex posted by nonprofits working to combat human trafficking, and responds to text messages sent to the number listed.However, a bot makes the process easier as you can access it from your phone,” said Sodah whose 10% vision has not deterred him from working for the past five years.“You should know how to adapt to circumstances and eventually figure out ways to keep the work going,” he says, speaking about his impairment.The bot is a medium that will encourage women to break their silence,” says Elsa Marie D’Silva, founder and CEO of Safe City.D’Silva says that since the bot was launched in February, about 100 women from Maharashtra have used it to report sexual abuse.Research in Phoenix has shown that on average a single online sex ad attracts 63 potential buyers.
Last summer, the volunteers began thinking about bots, after Microsoft launched a bot-building toolkit aimed at automating customer service.
Project Intercept’s lead partner, Seattle Against Slavery, is working with counterparts in 21 other U. cities, including Boston and Houston, to deploy the bot more widely.
So far, the chatbot has exchanged 14,000 messages with nearly 1,000 people who responded to the planted ads.
Responses are routed to an experienced nonprofit employee or volunteer.
“It’s really accelerated our ability to reach people,” says Amanda Hightower, executive director of nonprofit Real Escape from the Sex Trade, or REST.