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Manchester Evening News launches election chatbot called 'Emmeline' to encourage people to vote

From Press Gazette
Posted 18 May 2017, 6.24am edt

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The Manchester Evening News has launched an election chatbot named after suffragette leader Emmeline Pankhurst which aims to encourage people to vote on 8 June. The chatbot, called Emmeline, can be accessed on the Facebook Messenger app – in the sa...


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