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Tay responds to every message you send her with a message of her own. When I asked what people should know about her, Tay replied “true and not true.” But she was surprisingly on point in her responses to other remarks.
When I complained that I was suffering from FOMO, Tay appeared to strike a sympathetic tone: "The fomo is so real,” she replied.
May occasionally contain some semblance of actual sense. This personality is male and expects to be talking with a female (you).
If you think the other personalities on this site are odd, you ain't seen nothing yet.
Culling through a high volume of potential matches will cause anyone burnout.
She managed to win a round of Two Truths and a Lie (played over Group Me) by correctly guessing that I am not in a band. Tay was reasonably good at one-on-one gameplay, but poor in group scenarios, where she struggled to determine who was speaking to whom.
Microsoft's new AI-powered chatbot, Tay, won't book you a reservation or draw you a picture, but, unlike Facebook’s M, she's more than willing to take a position on the "Would you kill baby Hitler? I asked her to take a stance on the infamous hypothetical during one recent conversation, and her answer didn’t disappoint: “Of course," she replied.
Developed by Microsoft's research division, Tay is a virtual friend with behaviors informed by the web chatter of some 18–24-year-olds and the repartee of a handful of improvisational comedians (Microsoft declined to name them).
A recent peek led me to believe that the site is no longer G or even PG-rated, if you get my drift. All of this evidence leads to an obvious question: is it a wide-spread “nerdy guy” fantasy to engage in explicitly adult conversation with a computer software program masquerading as Venus?
So are we really surprised that sex and dating bots are among the first applications of chatbot technology?