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Daddys girl chat bot

Do you think you could write a song as well as The Beatles?

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Become a Narratively Patron today and we'll send you our first-of-its-kind Storytelling Swag Bag. 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.There’s was even a Hungarian party and music recommendation chat bot called Robo Coke created for Coca Cola, your perfect party friend: “” (Kip on Medium).Kip the shop bot is currently available to connect to Slack (who themselves have their own slack-bot integrated in the chat for every team) and Telegram.Unveiled by Sony CSL Research Laboratory, the world first is called ‘Daddy’s Car’ and it was written by an artificial intelligence called Flow Machines.

45 Beatles songs were given to the intelligence, which emulated the chord progressions and song structure of the Fab four to intimidatingly accurate effect.

A smart building AI that becomes attracted to Marge and decides to get rid of Homer, attempting to kill him by dumping him into the dining room table’s garbage disposal — many of the common fears of what an AI eventually will do to Anna from IKEA here, often used by banks or insurance companies to provide visitors with another form of customer service.

In these early days chat bots were usually quite useless but a bit fun to play with the first few times you interacted with them, especially as a kid discovering the limited anonymity of the Internet.

Microsoft experienced the same kind of problems after they launched their chat bot Tay earlier this year.

Tay soon discovered that the Internet can be a dark and foul-mouthed place, and maybe too much for innocent sweet chat bots.

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