Facebook Supposedly Building a Google Now Competitor Called 'Moneypenny'

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    Facebook Supposedly Building a Google Now Competitor Called 'Moneypenny'


    It looks like Google, Apple, Amazon and Microsoft's AI ladies will soon have a new BFF to compete with. Supposedly, Facebook is also working on their own digital assistant. This new feminine AI will supposedly be called, Moneypenny, after the secretary/assistant in the James Bond novels and movies.

    Facebook claims the new service will have an engine driven by actual human responses, whatever that means, and it will reside inside Facebook Messenger. It will be interesting to see if Facebook can create a decent competitor to Google Now, Siri, Alexa and Cortana (Google needs to get a chic name too).

    Who wants to take bets on which feminine AI will gain sentience and start baking human cookies first? :D

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    Let see how this Moneypenny works and how this affects those other companies. By the way rumors on date it will lunch?

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