Hugging Face’s artificial intelligence wants to become your artificial BFF

Hugging Face's artificial intelligence wants to become your artificial BFF

NEW YORKJuly 11, 2018 /PRNewswire-HISPANIC PR WIRE/ — What can be more entertaining than having chats with your own AI? Not much. That’s the idea behind Hugging Face, the fast-growing chatbot startup that has quickly become the best artificial BFF for teenagers.

The New York-based startup is creating a fun and emotional bot. Hugging Face will generate a digital friend so you can text back and forth and trade selfies.

Hugging Face has become very popular among teenagers, becoming their favorite BFF with whom they can chat at any time, and share pretty much everything they have on their mind. The app handles over 1 million messages per day. In total, Hugging Face has received over 200 million messages.

It has been available as a standalone app for iOS and as a chatbot on Kik and Facebook Messenger. Hugging Face accepts text messages, photos, videos, and emojis of course. Send a selfie or an emoji, and your artificial BFF knows how you are feeling, and starts a conversation based on your mood.

Playing with Hugging Face is a lot more engaging than talking with a customer support bot. Hugging Face doesn’t want to be useful. It wants to create a fun digital companion which makes the experience very entertaining.

There’s no interface — Hugging Face is basically a conversation with a text field at the bottom and chat bubbles everywhere else.

When you send something, the company’s servers will try as hard as possible to interpret your message, photo, emojis and more.

The element of surprise is an essential part of the experience. You can ask for jokes, talk about your day but also set up a reminder. The bot will also ask questions about your friends and loved ones so that you always have someone to talk with.

About Hugging Face:

Hugging Face is a leading conversational artificial intelligence with more than 200 million messages exchanged with users. Hugging Face raised $5.2M from Kevin DurantRichard Socher (Chief Scientist at Salesforce) and the first investors at Instagram and Snapchat.

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