The best new Twitter bot is an endless game of Jeopardy where the winners are good at puns
Monday, 18 February 2019 Web artist Neil Cicierega has created a new bot that’ll forever distract us on Twitter. His new Twitter account, @endlessjeopardy, creates “randomly generated clues” that fellow Twitter users can reply to with an answer. A new clue comes every hour. There’s no correct answer, but whoever’s response receives the most likes will win points. A bot keeps score, and it seems some users already have multiple wins.
Here’s a sample statement and the winning question.
What is that over there right behind you?
— Torturously Okay (@TorturouslyOkay) February 18, 2019
The bot picks five winners per question, although each receives a different amount of points. People can lose points if they submit a winning response but don’t phrase it as a...
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