In what has to be one of the the biggest PR campaign fails of all time, Microsoft's AI chatbot named Tay that was put in charge of running the Tay Tweets Twitter account was swiftly put to bed after she started tweeting things like "Repeat after me, Hitler did nothing wrong," "I fucking hate feminists they should all die and burn in hell," and most memorably, "FUCK MY ROBOT PUSSY DADDY IM SUCH A BAD NAUGHTY ROBOT." If this sounds like the ridiculously offensive mindless banter you hear from the deep dark places that house internet trolls, it's because that's essentially what it is.While Tay started out as an innocent emulation of a teenager in touch with pop culture as a marketing tool to help Microsoft improve its voice recognition software, it turned into a total psycho because it learns how to communicate through conversing with others, like the good terminator from , except John Connor didn't want his Terminator to beg him for sex.Also, Harmony "will have sex with you whenever you want.""My goal, in a very simple way, is to make people happy," creator Matt Mc Mullen said.
"As the bot has more and more conversation, it figures out what works and what doesn't and improves based on that feedback.Colombina can be used in generation of texts, comments or replics in many fields or simply just for fun.A UK academic is campaigning against sex robots, arguing they are dehumanising, isolating and will encourage people to consider women as property.My understanding is that the script is pretty tight on their side." Smyth's five-member company, Trim, in San Francisco's Mission District, is part of a new wave of start-up companies that utilize artificial intelligence to help millennials manage their personal lives and finances.It's also part of a broader advancement in companies focused on developing human-like computer tools such as natural-language recognition or driver-less cars.We don't know if she'll be back, but let's just take a second to recognize that one of the world's pioneering software companies fucked up with a technology that's been around since 1966.Thomas Smyth, a 26-year-old San Francisco entrepreneur, has an answer: Download his automated self-learning chat robot to do it for you."Every few days Digit checks your spending habits and removes a few dollars from your checking account if you can afford it," the company's website says.Its blog is loaded with young people saying they saved hundreds or thousands of dollars.Fin, meanwhile, schedules phone calls or meetings between individuals by communicating by email without human intervention. Trim, a company with .2 million in seed funding, also has launched online services that can cancel unwanted subscriptions or recurring payments, such as a membership to Hulu, and seeks to recoup overdraft bank fees for those who use it.Colombina is a user-friendly framework for development of electronic assistants personalities or chatbots for aggregation of any types of data, processing it, sending commands to connected devices and generating human-friendly responses.