Chat bots about sex adventures

19-May-2020 08:04 by 8 Comments

Chat bots about sex adventures

While conversational experiences may not be well suited for some shopping activities, they might be a great fit for something like finding car insurance.

So why not just let a knowledgeable chatbot ask you the questions as you type the answers into your phone while you wait your turn at the dentist? Chatbots obviously have the attention of the insurance industry.

Despite predictions that 2017 may see the demise of the much-hyped chatbot, some chatbot providers seem to be finding a solid market for their creations.

I wrote a post a couple of weeks ago on the Opus Research site that talked about chatbots focused on specific verticals.

Pretty soon after Tay launched, people starting tweeting the bot with all sorts of misogynistic, racist, and Donald Trumpist remarks.

And Tay — being essentially a robot parrot with an internet connection — started repeating these sentiments back to users, proving correct that old programming adage: flaming garbage pile in, flaming garbage pile out.

For Tay though, it all proved a bit too much, and just past midnight this morning, the bot called it a night: In an emailed statement given later to Business Insider, Microsoft said: "The AI chatbot Tay is a machine learning project, designed for human engagement.

As it learns, some of its responses are inappropriate and indicative of the types of interactions some people are having with it.

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A spectacular C"G action-comedy, THE ADVENTURES OF PUSS IN BOOTS stars one of Dream Works Animation's most celebrated characters.

We're making some adjustments to Tay." Update March 24th, AM ET: Updated to note that Microsoft has been deleting some of Tay's offensive tweets.

Update March 24th, AM ET: Updated to include Microsoft's statement.

" (Neither of which were phrases Tay had been asked to repeat.) It's unclear how much Microsoft prepared its bot for this sort of thing.