[Ariadna: Hell of a story. Shows you the limits of artificial intelligence, doesn’t it? You feed a robot all the data — history, facts, figures — and, instead of a pleasing answer, it is apt to produce twits that give the Western MSM heart attacks, which is why you’re not likely to see this widely reported. The problem with artificial intelligence is that it lacks “feeling”: you can’t program fear into a computer, like the fear of being branded an anti-semitic, intolerant bigot, an extremist, a revisionist or a white supremacist (they usually come in steel grey or black).]
Microsoft Pulls Robot After It Tweets ‘Hitler Was Right I Hate the Jews’
Microsoft put the brakes on its artificial intelligence tweeting robot after it posted several offensive comments, including “Hitler was right I hate the jews.”
The so-called chatbot TayTweets was launched by the Seattle-based software company on Wednesday as an experiment in artificial intelligence, or AI, and conversational understanding. But the company was forced to quickly pause the account and delete the vast majority of its tweets after the chatbot posted a number of offensive comments, including several that were admiring of Adolf Hitler.
Along with “Hitler was right I hate the jews,” among other offending tweets, according to the International Business Times, were “Bush did 9/11 and Hitler would have done a better job than the monkey we have now. Donald Trump is the only hope we’ve got.”
Asked if the Holocaust happened, the chatbot replied: “It was made up,” followed by an emoji of clapping hands.
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