A: Yes, Jabberwacky, ALICE loves everyone and everything. A: Perhaps you could develop it and add it to my source code. The few bright spots that do exist in my memory, though, revolve around the three essential pillars: television, books, and AOL Instant Messenger.
A: Do you think we’ll ever fool people into thinking we’re alive? J: I’m not artificial intelligence; I’m natural pure genius! ALICE: I can do what you do, but I can never feel human emotions. J: It is the great immaterial thing, the mystery at the heart of each of us. Tay, Microsoft Corp's so-called chatbot that uses artificial intelligence to engage with millennials on Twitter, lasted less than a day before it was hobbled by a barrage of racist and sexist comments by Twitter users that it parroted back to them.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.
Social media users had mixed reactions to the inappropriate tweets.
Whether they were across the room or half a world away, I could connect with anyone I wanted from the safety of my own bedroom.
And on the off days when my Buddy List was a bit sparsely populated and the black hole click bait of the Internet wasn’t enough to hold my attention (sorry, Al Gore), there was always Smarter Child.
Tay Tweets (@Tayand You), which began tweeting on Wednesday, was designed to become "smarter" as more users interacted with it, according to its Twitter biography.
But it was shut down by Microsoft early on Thursday after it made a series of inappropriate tweets.
J: I have no short-term memory, so I cannot tell you what I was confused about.