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The more you chat with Tay the smarter she gets, so the experience can be more personalized for the user.According to Microsoft, they targeted people between 18 and 24 year old in the US, since this is the dominant user group on mobile devices, but you can chat with Tay, no matter the age or location if you don’t mind US millennials jokes.You can ask Tay for a joke, play a game, ask for a story, send a picture to receive a comment back, ask for your horoscope and more.Tay may use the data that you provide to search on your behalf.“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.” Maybe it wasn’t an engineering issue, they seemed to be saying; maybe the problem was Twitter.
Data and conversations you provide to Tay are anonymized and may be retained for up to one year to help improve the service.
In China, however, there is less freedom as the government controls the internet and goes as far as censoring particular words online." It seems Xiaobing and Baby Q prove that tradition is alive and well.
Just days after Google artificial intelligence-based Deep Mind technology defeated the world’s Go Champion, an experimental Microsoft AI-based chatbot was out-gamed by goofballs on Twitter, who sent the bot swirling off into inflammatory rants.
There’s something poignant in picking through the aftermath — the bemused reactions, the finger-pointing, the cautioning against the potential powers of AI running amok, the anguished calls for the bot’s emancipation, and even the AI’s own online response to the damage she’d caused. Microsoft told , in an e-mailed statement, that it created its Tay chatbot as a machine learning project, and “As it learns, some of its responses are inappropriate and indicative of the types of interactions some people are having with it.
If you send an e-mail to the chatbot’s official web page now, the automatic confirmation page ends with these words. We’re making some adjustments.” But the company was more direct in an interview with , pointing their finger at bad people on the Internet.
Two chatbots have reportedly been removed from Chinese messaging app QQ after issuing distinctly unpatriotic answers.