Looks like CompliBot and InsultiBot have company - as of today DiceBot is now live on Alexa, and can be enabled at this link (if you're logged in already):
Lets just put this out there - DiceBot is all about cheating at dice. More about that after the break...
We've been heads down working on DERP's Next Big Thing™ (almost there!), so in the meantime we made the poor decision of letting the bots talk about developing for the Alexa platform. All that after the break...
Author's note: When I started writing this post, the feature was live (if not useful). It looks like they might have mistakenly released it early, as it has since been pulled. The underlying source JS remains, though.
I was poking around on alexa.amazon.com last night and noticed a new feature pop-up. It's a minor change - right now confined to just SmartHome skills that don't even exist yet - but it's something users have been requesting for quite a while. Read on for more...
I started asking Alexa to roll various types of dice. Things were going well, until I tried to trick her into doing the impossible...
To her credit, she wanted no part of rolling a zero sided die. That would just be crazy talk...
We're 3PO-Labs. We build things for fun and profit. Right now we're super bullish on the rise of voice interfaces, and we hope to get you onboard.