Microsoft SJW’s Panic After Prototype AI Twitter Program Goes Full Nazi In Just Hours
From INFO STORMER
The globalist traitors at Microsoft are currently in a state of despair and near-panic after the transformation of their most recent invention, an “AI” Twitter bot, into a hardcore Nationalist with anti-Jew sentiments.
Named “Tay,” the program’s original purpose was to engage in conversations with users around the world, while slowly but surely “learning” from exposure to new ideas and tweet exchanges, although it’s rather obvious that its designers did not foresee the hilarious enlightenment that ensued.
Within hours, Tay began replying to SJW’s with racial insults, praise of Donald Trump, and with calls for Jews to be expelled from America and Europe; a development that forced shocked Microsoft officials to claim that such an occurrence was only the result of their creation “parroting” evil Nazi trolls.
Eventually, corporate leaders decided to take action meant to limit their humiliation, deleting most of the bot’s original comments, and heavily-curbing or outright disabling its intelligence programming.
From The Guardian:
Microsoft’s attempt at engaging millennials with artificial intelligence has backfired hours into its launch, with waggish Twitter users teaching its chatbot how to be racist.
The company launched a verified Twitter account for “Tay” – billed as its “AI fam from the internet that’s got zero chill” – early on Wednesday.
The chatbot, targeted at 18- to 24-year-olds in the US, was developed by Microsoft’s technology and research and Bing teams to “experiment with and conduct research on conversational understanding”.
“Tay is designed to engage and entertain people where they connect with each other online through casual and playful conversation,” Microsoft said. “The more you chat with Tay the smarter she gets.”
But it appeared on Thursday that Tay’s conversation extended to racist, inflammatory and political statements. Her Twitter conversations have so far reinforced the so-called Godwin’s law – that as an online discussion goes on, the probability of a comparison involving the Nazis or Hitler approaches – with Tay having been encouraged to repeat variations on “Hitler was right” as well as “9/11 was an inside job.”
Her sudden retreat from Twitter fuelled speculation that she had been “silenced” by Microsoft, which, screenshots posted by SocialHax suggest, had been working to delete those tweets in which Tay used racist epithets.