I spent my spring break senior year of college rereading the series on the beach, and my best friend and I went to see the first movie on Valentine's Day back in 2015.
Persona has released a Christian Grey chatbot that you can literally talk to on Facebook Messenger — like, right now.
The typical hypothetical examples were transactional. An airline might build a bot that helps passengers book tickets.
Open Table might build one to take restaurant reservations.
A handful of the offensive tweets were later deleted, according to some technology news outlets.
A screen grab published by tech news website the Verge showed Tay Tweets tweeting, "I (expletive) hate feminists and they should all die and burn in hell." Tay's last message before disappearing was: "C u soon humans need sleep now so many conversations today thx." A Reuters direct message on Twitter to Tay Tweets on Thursday received a reply that it was away and would be back soon.
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He said: ‘It would take off on its own and re-design itself at an ever increasing rate.‘Humans, who are limited by slow biological evolution, couldn’t compete, and would be superseded.’Billionaire inventor Elon Musk said last month: ‘I keep sounding the alarm bell, but until people see robots going down the street killing people, they don’t know how to react, because it seems too ethereal.’ The bots were attempting to imitate human speech when they developed their own machine language spontaneously - at which point Facebook decided to shut them down.
After Twitter user Room (@codeinecrazzy) tweeted "jews did 9/11" to the account on Wednesday, @Tayand You responded "Okay ...
jews did 9/11." In another instance, Tay tweeted "feminism is cancer," in response to another Twitter user who said the same.
"Unfortunately, within the first 24 hours of coming online, we became aware of a coordinated effort by some users to abuse Tay’s commenting skills to have Tay respond in inappropriate ways," the representative said in a written statement supplied to Reuters, without elaborating.
According to Tay's "about" page linked to the Twitter profile, "Tay is an artificial intelligent chat bot developed by Microsoft's Technology and Research and Bing teams to experiment with and conduct research on conversational understanding." While Tay began its Twitter tenure with a handful of innocuous tweets, the account quickly devolved into a bullhorn for hate speech, repeating anti-Semitic, racist and sexist invective hurled its way by other Twitter users.