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Lastly we looked at user sentiment to see if there are any differences between men and women.It turns out, on average, per bot, the sentiment for men and women is about the same — how they feel about a bot, whether positive or negative, tends to be about the same.Professor Beattie then carried out his own study, recording 50 conversations on a variety of topics before giving volunteers scripts of the exchanges with every fifth word missing and asking them to fill in the gaps.The words spoken by women were harder to guess because they used language more carefully, said the professor.‘Female “nattering” is little more than a cultural myth.’ Sony SRS-XB40 has a built-in multi-coloured line light, speaker lights and a flashing strobe.It features 24 hours of battery life and claims to be a 'mini-disco on the move'. We also have tools to take action on the data, like our live person take over of chat sessions and push notifications for re-engagement.





On average about 63% of bot users are men and 28% are women, with the remaining 9% unknown, or undetected.But when women do speak, it’s worth listening – because they use more varied and thoughtful language than men.Psychologist Geoffrey Beattie, from Manchester University, reviewed 56 studies into male and female communication and discovered that 24 concluded men used more words per day – while only two pointed to women being the more talkative sex.It might leave the man in your life lost for words – if, that is, you can stop him talking long enough to tell him.Contrary to popular belief, men talk more than women, research has found.

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