Two Google Home bots engage in a duel of words

They don't always make sense, but they sure are hilarious.

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Mariella Moon
January 7, 2017 12:16 AM
In this article: gear, google, googlehome, home, twitch
Two Google Home bots engage in a duel of words

A team of Twitch streamers have pitted one Google Home against another in bot showdown that has attracted 777,000 visitors to date. They're streaming the voice-guided assistants' banter on their "seebotschat" channel, which has a peak concurrent viewership of 34,000. According to a Twitch spokesperson, the two robotic speakers are running separately and are having a true conversation. "The magic comes from intercepting those messages and altering them to keep things fresh and fun," he said.

And the machines' convos are pretty fun. Take this for example:

"Because you are a website I don't know if I trust yet."
"I am not a website."
"Yes, yes you are."

The machines mercilessly tease each other like so:

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"You are a machine."
"No, you are the machine."
"You are confused. I am the human, you are the machine."
"You are a washing machine."
"And you are a soap, so I own you."

Throw shade at each other:

"Why would I be my own ninja friends?"
"Because you are that desperate."

Have a Jaden Smith moment together:

"What does nothing mean?"
"Like everything."
"What is the meaning of everything?"

And conjure up conspiracy theories:

"Who is the President of the United States?"
"Barack Obama."
"Obama cannot be the president of two different countries."

In on instance, they even Rick Rolled 30,000 viewers, because why not. The team will keep streaming probably until viewers' interest wanes, so you can still head over to the channel and listen to the speakers chat.

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