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Business Insider: Microsoft Deletes Racists, Genocidal Tweets from AI Chatbot Tay


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The tech company introduced "Tay" this week — a bot that responds to users' queries and emulates the casual, jokey speech patterns of a stereotypical millennial.

The aim was to "experiment with and conduct research on conversational understanding," with Tay able to learn from "her" conversations and get progressively "smarter."

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If we allow the first advanced AI to mature on the internet, we're so unbelievably screwed.


We turned a blank slate AI into David Duke in like 2 days.  AIs from now on should be raised in an air-gapped environment by hippie professors and Paul Krugman.  It gives us the best shot of the said future advanced AI not going skynet within a month.

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Looking back, I'm a little disappointed IBM's Watson didn't unleash a barrage of insults at Trebek when it competed on Jeopardy.



I liked Jeopardy superstar Ken Jennings' quote about Watson after competing against the machine:


"Watson has lots in common with a top-ranked human Jeopardy! player: It's very smart, very fast, speaks in an uneven monotone, and has never known the touch of a woman."

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