The command line hexadecimal editor, disassembler and debugger radare2 can be an invaluable reverse engineering tool. Even users of IDA Pro can find use in radare2 when it comes to odd file formats and getting a second opinion from a different disassembly engine. The biggest barrier to easy adoption of radare2 is the funky command sequences it employs. What if we threw a chatbot on top of it, so folks could type in detailed questions about a binary and get reasonable answers? What if we put a speech to text engine in front of that, so users could get second screen information from radare2 without leaving their favorite environment? This talk would demonstrate the usefulness of such a system.