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They started disappearing after WWII when most people outside the urban cores got a car, and municipal governments started taking over public transit.These still exist in some places, but are mostly in ethnic minority communities and spread by word-of-mouth.These existed nationwide in the United States in the early days of the 20th century, until about WWII.

Much harder to pick that idea out as a future billion dollar company. The original pitch was a black car service to fix the hailing problems of SF. https://medium.com/@gc/the-beginning-of-uber-7fb17e544851The original pitch was a black car service, but the legend that TK talks about, in Paris in the snowstorm of December 2008, was that he could ask “anyone there” to drive him, which is closer to carpooling.(I was at that conference: everything went wrong, but it was mostly super cold. Once they start charging enough not to have to subsidize rides and they can turn a profit and people still use them, then it can be called a success.I’m not sure what that data looks like, but I’m pretty sure there was never a high growth phase where users were actually interacting with the chatbots.It was all hype created by Facebook and a few idiotic VCs who wasted money on what they thought would be the “next App Store.”I, and many others, were saying around the time of this hype that chatbots would never become a category defining product, simply due to inherent usability flaws in their design that have been discussed ad nauseum. On the other hand, if someone would have pitched Facebook to me, I would have also dismissed it. For any trend/hype there will always be people dismissing and praising it.Chatbots were then, and are now, a solution looking for a problem. In hindsight, it would have been great to learn machine learning five years ago.Eh, Facebook was a natural evolution of social networks going back to My Space, Friendstr, Six Degrees.

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