Daddys girl chat bot
So far what we’ve seen and been able to play with has mostly been in the form of chat bots, helping us navigate over-complicated websites or get some very limited customer service help.
November 6, 2001 “Treehouse of Horror XII” was aired, with Pierce Brosnan starring as Ultrahouse 3000.
Larry: I’m reaching the end of my tether here, God God: Do you mean your name is reaching the end of your tether here God. I changed my name by deed poll to ‘reaching the end of your tether here God’ God: I will call you .. Larry: 🙁 God: Your purpose is the many many lols obviousy.
Larry: It’s that robot-composed pseudo-Beatles track we talked about before God: Who said it is? Larry: For the many, many lols, obviousy God: Your purpose is the many many lols obviousy. And, slightly more disappointingly, my purpose in life has a spelling mistake in it.
Donald Trump is the only hope we’ve got” as well as “F**k my robot p**sy daddy I’m such a naughty robot.” (Wikipedia).
Which was all very understandable to AI researcher Roman Yampolskiy, as Microsoft had not given the bot an understanding of inappropriate behaviour so it merely suffered the wrath of Internet trolls from around the world.
Is this a dream about robots taking over the world?
Do you think you could write a song as well as The Beatles?
Do you just respond in predictable ways to specific inputs?
Well, for one, I now believe chat bots are either devious tormentors or absolute cretins who can only reproduce what they’ve been shown.
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