Fucking chat robot

27 Sep

Apparently, then, the social media zeitgeist—as produced by mostly humans—waxes poetic about Hitler, Trump, Jews, and hatred. Chat Soon.” Click here for access to comments COMMENTING CHARGES Daily rate: Monthly rate: Yearly rate: 0 WAIT, WHY DO I HAVE TO PAY TO COMMENT?From its earliest inception, the Internet has played host to the roiling id of our culture, the place where people, freed from constrictions such using your real name or face, have gone to say the unspeakable, to express the kind of anger and bigotry that—quite rightly—should have no place in public or polite society. Tablet is committed to bringing you the best, smartest, most enlightening and entertaining reporting and writing on Jewish life, all free of charge.In a kind of digital version of an unstoppable force meeting an immovable object, tenaciously dull videogame truthers have met their match in an inexhaustibly interested chat program coded 50 years ago.The Gamer Gate "scandal" continues to rumble onwards, with furious video game players continuing to protest that their misogynistic, abusive, death threat-generating consumer protest movement is actually about "ethics in video game journalism".But recently, the line between what must be typed in furtive anonymity, and what can actually be said in public, seems to be blurring. We take pride in our community of readers, and are thrilled that you choose to engage with us in a way that is both thoughtful and thought-provoking.There’s no remark too inflammatory, no language too hateful or off limits for the trolls of the Internet, and perhaps it was always a matter of time before someone (see: Trump, but more significantly, the army of like-minded angry people to whom his campaign has given legitimacy), started saying them out loud. is truly a mirror for humans, it’s going to be pretty damn hard to get that chat bot talking about Taylor Swift again—that is, once she’s heard of Hitler. But the Internet, for all of its wonders, poses challenges to civilized and constructive discussion, allowing vocal—and, often, anonymous—minorities to drag it down with invective (and worse).Prepare first to spend at least 3 days on this project because understanding bots is no easy thing.a) some basic knowledge of Python Flask Frameworksee here for getting started with python: https://medium.com/@Android Advance/step-by-step-on-learning-python-programming-easiest-way-in-the-world-8b5a5b4741f7b) some basic knowledge of html/css a little bit of javascriptc) some basic knowledge of how IBM Watson Works Without the things that are listed above you won’t be able to do anything with this code. Why Python: write code fast than with nodejs / java / others. Notice in the image below that I have an intent called “what_achivement” and in there are all questions that I’d like to be handled under that intent. Available for you for free and without asking your email :). In case you get stuck, it means your basic knowledge about X is …

And now, a plug for my own bad Tweet: A spokesperson from Microsoft explained what went wrong in a statement to Esquire.com:"The AI chatbot Tay is a machine learning project, designed for human engagement.

Everything fine, until you realize that a) that is not a bot, it’s just a automatic message sender without absolutely any intelligence in it.

b) you will not get any files, and the only thing she sends you after she gets your email in her subscribe list is a “.sketch” file with some designs ?! So I decided to make my own, and share it for free with the world (free, as in “i don’t fucking care about your email or anything”, here are the files, do what you want with them)This post is for people that want to make their own bot !

How long does it take your average, artificial intelligence-backed, teenage chat bot to turn into a racist, Hitler-loving, 9/11-conspiracy trafficking, incest-preoccupied, Trump-supporting sex object? This week Microsoft unveiled Tay, a research-driven AI chat bot whose aim was to converse with 18- to 24-year-olds on social media (Kik, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and Snapchat).

“The more you chat with Tay, Microsoft wrote, “the smarter she gets, so the experience can be more personalized for you.” Personalized because, when you chat with Tay, it understands your nickname, gender, favorite food, zipcode, and relationship status. Soon, the cheerful chat robot they had created to presumably talk about Taylor Swift and Katy Perry, began to parrot the sort of statements that are more typically found in the darkest reaches of website comments sections, or spoken in the full view of network cameras at a Trump rally (which increasingly seem to be the same thing).