Amazebot holds itself to a high standard of accountability, to be responsible stewards of an open source community and more crucially, to be aware of our responsibilities in the automation of human communication and tasks.


We subscribe to principles such as those in The Copenhagen Letter, which in practice means we do not support the use of our technology to further addiction, deception, control or extract economic value at human cost.


In following the Contributor Covenant for community interactions, documentation and even code reviews, we see inclusion and diversity in our people and ideas not as a soft requirement, but an absolute necessity.

We work with the Accessibility community because we believe these concerns should be forefront in product design and see conversational UI as having unique advantages to deliver in this space. We want to be your A11y ally.


We aim to exceed the requirements of international standards like the General Data Protection Regulation to ensure we have security and privacy baked-in and creators working with our technology can easily protect their users.

For millions of years, mankind lived just like the animals. Then something happened which unleashed the power of our imagination. We learned to talk and we learned to listen. Speech has allowed the communication of ideas, enabling human beings to work together to build the impossible.

Mankind's greatest achievements have come about by talking, and its greatest failures by not talking. It doesn't have to be like this. Our greatest hopes could become reality in the future. With the technology at our disposal, the possibilities are unbounded. All we need to do is make sure we keep talking.

- Stephen Hawking