Tech Tuesday: What happened to Microsoft’s Tay?

Tay.ai was meant to emulate a 19-year-old girl on Twitter, but malicious users on the internet were able to convince it to discuss the Holocaust and other topics. Microsoft took the bot down one day after it went online.  Less than 24 hours after creating an artificial intelligence internet bot, Microsoft Corporation was forced to kill Tay. Tay.ai, an artificial intelligence developed by the famous computer manufacturer, was put on the internet to interact with the world last week, according to TechCrunch. The idea was for it to have whimsical conversations with people online, which would range from jokes to playing games. Tay went live on March 23. It was also supposed to learn from people on the internet, becoming a “smarter” bot in the process. Microsoft created it after…


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