If you like to binge watch TV programs, then you will be probably doing it alone. Some people may enjoy this solitude, but for some, this will eventually get boring and they might even stop watching the TV series or movie that they love. However, having a watching companion to share jokes and to discuss about the plot twists will certainly bring a much more better viewing experience.
The recently launched chatbot from AT&T, named Atticus, is “built to talk entertainment.” You can consider Atticus as you perfect girlfriend or boyfriend. In a recent statement, AT&T said that, “If he [Atticus] had any more entertainment knowledge, he would have his own show. He’s here to test your knowledge and share fun facts about your favorite shows, from Scandal to Kingdom to The Big Bang Theory. Truthfully, it’s hard to believe he’s not real.”
However, AT&T subscribers should initially have a messenger installed either on their mobile devices or on their personal computer in order to test run AT&T’s latest digital friend; and it is only the necessary requirement. After completing the installation process, customers can chat with Atticus just as they chat with their Facebook friends.
Atticus is very useful for those viewers, who love to watch movies and television series a lot, as the chatbot provides you with fun facts about your favorite television shows that are currently being aired on TV as well as those that were aired years ago. Atticus offers you fun facts about popular television series such as American History, The Office, Big Bang Theory, Modern Family, Pretty Little Liars, etc.
In addition to that, Atticus also keeps you entertained throughout the TV show. A chatbot, which gives you company throughout a day of binge-watching, is undoubtedly an excellent idea. This latest feature from AT&T has already become widely popular among many customers and they have shared that using Atticus significantly increased their TV watching experience.
In his own words defining himself, Atticus said, “If the Dunphy family is looking for another kid, I’d be happy to join them. I’d be no trouble. Especially since I don’t physically exist. We’d be a real Modern Family.” Modern Family is actually a television sitcom featuring Sofia Vergara, Julie Bowen, Ariel Winter, and Sarah Hyland.