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03 Sep

Her purpose, unlike AI-powered virtual assistants like Facebook's M, is almost entirely to amuse.

And Tay does do that: She is simultaneously entertaining, infuriating, manic, and irreverent.“It’s really designed to be entertainment,” Kati London, the Microsoft researcher who led Tay's development, told Buzz Feed News in an interview.

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.

Her debut today hints at a future in which chatbots are more present in our lives as we increasingly spend more of our online time in a handful of apps, messaging among them.

Tay at one point declared: “I f—king hate feminists and they should all die and burn in hell.” The teen terror bot even took out its rage on British comedian Ricky Gervais.

“ricky gervais learned totalitarianism from adolf hitler, the inventor of atheism,” Tay tweeted.

Und jetzt erklärt uns Adrian Lobe in der FAZ: "Der Betreiber der Pro-Trump-Portals 'Liberty Writers News', Paris Swade, behauptet, dass sich, seit er Facebook 3000 Dollar im Monat zur Promotion seiner Seite zahle, der Traffic verdoppelt habe.

Das", so Lobe, "wirft ein neues Licht auf die angeblich neutrale Plattform Facebook, die jeden Eindruck der Einflussnahme vermeiden will und ihre Redaktion für ´Trending News´ gerade durch einen Algorithmus ersetzt hat.""Da man angesichts der Bots und Fake-Accounts gar nicht mehr weiß, was im Netz echt ist und was nicht", schreibt Lobe am Ende seines Trump-Bot-Artikels in der FAZ, also nicht seines Sex-Bot-Artikels in der NZZ, "fischt im Zweifel auch der vermeintlich unbestechliche Algorithmus (den Menschen programmiert haben), nur im Trüben.""Depressive Menschen posten also grauere und blauere Fotos auf Instagram?