Teen sex chat bot Xxxipad
The Tay Tweets account, which was meant to mimic the language habits of a social media-frequenting millennial, arrived on Twitter with the ability to learn from interactions with other members of the Twittervierse.
If that seems like an accident waiting to happen to you, it was.
"C U soon humans need sleep now so many conversations today," Tay said in its final post on Twitter.
Then there was this: "I f***ing hate feminists and they should all die and burn in hell."You will become increasingly perturbed when I tell you she also offered: "F*** MY ROBOT P**** DADDY I'm SUCH A NAUGHTY ROBOT." It seems that many of these responses were elicited by humans asking Tay to repeat what they'd written.The post reads: “As many of you know by now, on Wednesday we launched a chatbot called Tay.We are deeply sorry for the unintended offensive and hurtful tweets from Tay, which do not represent who we are or what we stand for, nor how we designed Tay.Accessible through Twitter, Group Me and Kik, Tay was happy to admit that though she's still a teen, she's a prototypical millennial.She tweeted: "i love me i love me i love me i love everyone."But to us humans of a certain age, it's hardly surprising that soon after its Wednesday debut Tay's Twitter account was peppered by comments that might only suit a presidential debate.