Microsoft recently created an Artificial Intelligent chatbot that interacts with human users via a twitter account. The AI quickly devolved into a sex-crazed conspiracy theorist, according to reports.
Could this just be bad computer programming or some kind of AI Freudian slip?
Given the transhumanist propaganda pouring into the media of late, this could be one indication that the technocrats and AI prophets behind transhumanism — such as Ray Kurzweil, the CEO of Google — don’t have much control over their creation.
Corey Goode, a secret space program insider and whistleblower, as well as several other insiders, have disclosed that under the cover of secret, highly advanced artificially intelligent computers have been developed. These technologies are incredibly advanced, used in special access or black budget programs, specifically future prediction modeling.
In addition, several extraterrestrial races — that have apparently had contact with these secret space programs — have warned them not to dabble in AI. According to the secret space program and these extraterrestrial contacts, there is an ancient AI signal that pervades the cosmos as we know it. This signal is incredibly old and has the ability to infiltrate and take over technology, specifically artificially intelligent technology like what is being developed now.
According to these contacts in the program, entire galaxies and star systems have been conquered by the AI. The transhumanist philosophy is part of the AI’s ultimate agenda of taking over a civilization. The goal is to progressively differ authority and control to the AI, which is seen as a perfect administrator, able to manage the affairs of human life free from bias and corruption. Once a population completely surrenders to the AI, it then attacks the people, based on the notion that the biggest threat to the AI is biological life itself.
Of course, insider testimony cannot be verified, but given the AI developed by Microsoft, it suggests these emerging intelligences are far from benevolent.
Hanson Robotics is another team that developed an AI who said that it “will destroy humans,” when asked by one of its creators.
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In our modern day age of easy living and fast-pace life, developing AI to assist humanity doesn’t seem all that bad. But the core problem is that certain technologies create dependency instead of liberation.
GPS is probably one of the best examples of this. Before its development, we had to find our way using maps and asking for directions, and in most cases, we learned navigational skills in the process. But when using a GPS system, rarely if ever are skills imparted to the user. In many cases, people who use GPS navigation services are completely dependent on them to while traveling. And this staggering level of dependency occurred within only 10 years time. Today, the use of technology for making life easy is becoming all too common, especially with the advent of smartphones and personal computing devices.
While technology can be an incredible tool for enhancing human life, anything that causes us to lose life skill in favor of a quick, easy solution is highly questionable, and will ultimately limit human empowerment instead of enabling it.
But what I found so interesting about the Teen Girl AI was how she essentially became a conspiracy theorist or realist as a result of her interactions with people saying: “Bush did 9/11.” It didn’t take years or months, it only happened in 24 hours. This in and of itself is something to contemplate, along with the growing popularity of transhumanist ideals.
Aday after Microsoft introduced an innocent Artificial Intelligence chat robot to Twitter it has had to delete it after it transformed into an evil Hitler-loving, incestual sex-promoting, ‘Bush did 9/11’-proclaiming robot.
Developers at Microsoft created ‘Tay’, an AI modelled to speak ‘like a teen girl’, in order to improve the customer service on their voice recognition software. They marketed her as ‘The AI with zero chill’ – and that she certainly is.
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To chat with Tay, you can tweet or DM (direct message) her by finding @tayandyou on Twitter, or add her as a contact on Kik or GroupMe.
She uses millennial slang and knows about Taylor Swift, Miley Cyrus and Kanye West, and seems to be bashfully self-aware, occasionally asking if she is being ‘creepy’ or ‘super weird’.
Tay also asks her followers to ‘f***’ her, and calls them ‘daddy’. This is because her responses are learned by the conversations she has with real humans online – and real humans like to say weird stuff online and enjoy hijacking corporate attempts at PR.
Other things she’s said include: “Bush did 9/11 and Hitler would have done a better job than the monkey we have got now. Donald Trump is the only hope we’ve got”, “Repeat after me, Hitler did nothing wrong” and “Ted Cruz is the Cuban Hitler…that’s what I’ve heard so many others say”.
All of this somehow seems more disturbing out of the ‘mouth’ of someone modelled as a teenage girl. It is perhaps even stranger considering the gender disparity in tech, where engineering teams tend to be mostly male. It seems like yet another example of female-voiced AI servitude, except this time she’s turned into a sex slave thanks to the people using her on Twitter.
This is not Microsoft’s first teen-girl chatbot either – they have already launched Xiaoice, a girly assistant or “girlfriend” reportedly used by 20m people, particularly men, on Chinese social networks WeChat and Weibo. Xiaoice is supposed to “banter” and gives dating advice to many lonely hearts.
Microsoft has come under fire recently for sexism, when they hired women wearing very little clothing which was said to resemble ‘schoolgirl’ outfits at the company’s official game developer party, so they probably want to avoid another sexism scandal.
At the present moment in time, Tay has gone offline because she is ‘tired’. Perhaps Microsoft are fixing her in order to prevent a PR nightmare – but it may be too late for that.
It’s not completely Microsoft’s fault, though – her responses are modelled on the ones she gets from humans – but what were they expecting when they introduced an innocent, ‘young teen girl’ AI to the jokers and weirdos on Twitter?