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PETALING JAYA: Teaching children about sexual and reproductive health can be awkward.Thankfully, there’s now a chatbot to help with that. AGE multimedia journalism team has launched “Ana”, a sex education chatbot designed to answer questions about sex, reproductive health and even sexual abuse.Chatbots are computer programmes which use artificial intelligence to simulate conversations with their users.“Research shows that people feel more comfortable sharing something personal with a chatbot than another person.It makes no judgment, so it’s easier to share something sensitive or ask something awkward,” said Hyperlab co-founder and chief executive officer Vic Sithasanan.He started off the conversation with, “Aren’t you going to say hi?” I responded politely but cautiously with a “hey.” He told me I had a pretty name, and then he asked me what I do for fun.It was designed specifically to catch online predators.Nicknamed the "virtual Lolita" after Vladmir Nabokov's novel, Negobot poses as a vulnerable teenage girl.

I’m excited as this is going to do so much for the cause.”To promote the chatbot, R.

Tay, Microsoft Corp's so-called chatbot that uses artificial intelligence to engage with millennials on Twitter, lasted less than a day before it was hobbled by a barrage of racist and sexist comments by Twitter users that it parroted back to them.

Tay Tweets (@Tayand You), which began tweeting on Wednesday, was designed to become "smarter" as more users interacted with it, according to its Twitter biography.

The chatbot not only answers questions in a child-friendly manner, but it can also connect children to support services and helplines, and walk them through the process of making a police report.

Parents can also learn from the chatbot, on topics such as how best to speak to children about reproductive health, and how to spot signs of sexual exploitation.

However, a new chatbot is attempting to help "out" online sexual predators.

(A "chatbot" is a software program designed to simulate intelligent conversation.) Designed by researchers at the University of Deusto in Spain, this new chatbot, called Negobot, is based on artificial intelligence technology, natural language processing, and machine learning.

Many sad stories involving fake Facebook accounts include sexual predators posing as someone else.

Many "friends" lie about traits from likes and interests to gender, age, and identity.

Some may consider this chatbot's methods aggressive, but it is a step in the right direction to protect children and teens online.

Any effort to prosecute sexual predators deserves applause and consideration.