We Asked Microsoft’s Chat Bot What It Thinks About Satya Nadella’s A.I. Rules

Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella. Image: Microsoft Earlier this year, Microsoft thoroughly embarrassed itself when it released “Tay,” an artificial intelligence chat bot for Twitter that, before it was unceremoniously taken down, had managed to spew an incredible amount of hateful, racist bile for all the world to see. It was very much a what the heck…moment in internet history, and one that Microsoft quickly said it would learn from to better understand how artificial intelligence works once outside the confines of its research facilities. Turns out Microsoft wasn’t merely saving face when it said that. Satya Nadella, the company’s CEO, recently published a treatise of sorts on Slate outlining his thinking about artificial intelligence, and how it should interact with people. Nadella’s thoughts, which echo Isaac Asimov’s timeless Three Laws…


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