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Trust and Pineapples on Pizza

This past week we hosted the biannual Tars pizza party, and as with all Tars events, it didn’t take l
Trust and Pineapples on Pizza
By Ish from Tars • Issue #73 • View online
This past week we hosted the biannual Tars pizza party, and as with all Tars events, it didn’t take long for this one to devolve into chaos.

As you might have guessed, the epicentre of the pandemonium was none other than Vinit from the Tars tech team. This time, he had a literal breakdown when an intern made the mistake of offering him a slice of Pizza that did NOT have pineapples on it.
The vast majority of us at Tars are sane individuals who recognise that pineapple on pizza is an affront to basic decency, but Vinit… well…let’s just say he “likes” pineapples.
His breakdown took on three distinct stages. First came sadness. He wailed really loudly about the tragedy of the situation.
Next came anger. He pulled out his ray gun and melted the intern in question into a puddle.
Finally, came what we like to call “the calm” where he stares aimlessly out of the window, discussing his dark, but oddly philosophical take on the whole situation.
This time around, his proscriptions mainly dealt with the issue of trust. He spoke quite profoundly about how trust is integral to relationships and how if all the interns were chatbots, then we wouldn’t have such big lapses in trust again, because chatbots are great at fostering trust.
Anyways, I thought what he was saying was pretty cool so I took it all down and created this case study about trust, chatbots and the buying process:
Center For Sight Used a Chatbot to Reduce Cost Per Click and Build Trust
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