This Twitter Bot Tweets Just Like A YouTuber And It’s Scarily Accurate
28 February 2017, 12:00
This Twitter bot is programmed to tweet like a YouTuber and it's pretty spot-on to be honest
This Twitter bot is a Twitter account designed purely to automatically produce tweets around a certain set of parameters - in this case, the tweets of YouTubers. To create this, a clever computer man will program an algorithm within the account and ... look I'm not a scientist, I don't know how these things work. All I know is that 'New Tuber Bot' is a Twitter bot that is programmed to tweet like a new YouTuber and by gum does it do a pretty accurate job (sort of, sometimes). Let's check out some highlights:
Ahh, everybody's favourite YouTuber - 'Gamer'
Known best, perhaps, for his gaming videos and referring to everyone as "boi".
What's up guys it's ya boi, Gamer here— Next Big Youtuber (@NewTuberBot) November 26, 2016
The best kind of compilation IMHO.
Hey Youtube, it's me, Dank Compilations— Next Big Youtuber (@NewTuberBot) February 28, 2017
Let's get sad!
Time to sit in a dark room, grab cold glass of water and feel numb. Also, the left open sentence in this tweet is giving me chills...
Hello and welcome to Existential Unboxings where each and every week— Next Big Youtuber (@NewTuberBot) February 27, 2017
You've gotta love an adventure - the tamer, the better.
You do knot want to miss this. (geddit?)
Hey Youtube, it's me, Shoe Adventures— Next Big Youtuber (@NewTuberBot) February 27, 2017
DANK AD REVENUE NATION, WHERE YOU AT?
Making those $tack$ on YouTube moniez.
WHAT IS UP Dank Ad Revenue NATION WE ARE BACK— Next Big Youtuber (@NewTuberBot) February 27, 2017
Jokes aside, we would 100% watch this channel.
Give us Number 1 Sharks or give us death.
Hello everyone and welcome to Number 1 Sharks— Next Big Youtuber (@NewTuberBot) February 27, 2017
For more Twitter bot goodness, you can check out the full account by clicking here. Now if you'll excuse me, I'm off to register the YouTube username 'Number 1 Sharks' before someone else does.