Development and Implementation of a Chat Bot in a Social Network

  title={Development and Implementation of a Chat Bot in a Social Network},
  author={Salto Mart{\'i}nez Rodrigo and Jacques Abraham},
  journal={2012 Ninth International Conference on Information Technology - New Generations},
This document describes how to implement a Chat Bot on the Twitter social network for entertainment and viral advertising using a database and a simple algorithm. Having as a main theme a successfully implementation of a Chat Bot preventing people classify it as SPAM, as a result of this a Twitter account (@DonPlaticador) that works without the intervention of a person and every day earns more followers was obtained. 

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