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Technically Incorrect: Microsoft's Tay seemed so innocent. Until she started talking to and learning from real-life humans. Technically Incorrect offers a slightly twisted take on the tech that's taken over our lives. It's we who are creating them. Which is to say that horny bot we who are teaching them to think in certain ways. She was built by Microsoft researchers and Bing brainiacs in order to be a sort of teen Cortana. Her mind, the company tells us, was created "by mining relevant public data and by using AI and editorial " that was developed by a staff "including improvisational comedians.

But we know about teens, don't we? They're impulsive. They're impressionable. They take wrong turns. We know, too, about all the comedians out there in the world. Surely you've witnessed Twitter. After the stunning success of Google's AlphaGo AI program at the game of Go, you'd be forgiven for thinking that artificial intelligence had perhaps reached a horny bot level of maturity. If AI can handle the complexities and open-endedness of a hard-to-master board game, surely it must be ready to tackle social media, no?

Accessible through Twitter, GroupMe and Kik, Tay was happy to admit that though she's still a teen, she's a prototypical millennial. She tweeted : "i love me i love me i love me i love everyone. But to us humans of a certain age, it's hardly surprising that soon after its Wednesday debut Tay's Twitter was peppered by comments that might only suit a presidential debate. It seems that many of these responses were elicited by humans asking Tay to repeat what they'd written.

Indeed, late Wednesday, Tay went on hiatus, as she tweeted : "c u soon humans need sleep now so many conversations today thx. This has to have been taxing for the people behind the scenes, too. Tay, a Microsoft spokeswoman told me, is "as much a social and cultural experiment, as it is technical. She tweeted that "the more Humans share with me the more I learn. Whenever companies try such PR initiatives in social media, there's always the risk that self-proclaimed wags will hijack them. Coca-Cola, for example, tried a makeithappy campaign on Twitter, which was soon tweeting out lines from Hitler's "Mein Kampf.

That's the thing about humans. We have so little that actually keeps us interested, so we start to perform acts of self-sabotage. Robots, for example. Be respectful, keep it civil and horny bot on topic. We delete comments that violate our policywhich we encourage you to read. Discussion thre can be closed at any time at our discretion. Thanks, Twitter. Chris Matyszczyk. March 24, p. Enlarge Image. More Technically Incorrect Shock.

Discuss: Thanks, Twitter. You turned Microsoft's AI teen into a horny racist.

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