Tay was a social media chatbot geared toward teens first launched in China before adapting the three letter moniker when moving to the U.S. The bot, however, was programmed to learn how to talk based on Twitter conversations. In less than a day, the automatic responses the chatbot tweeted had Tay siding with Hitler, promoting genocide, and just generally hating everybody. Microsoft immediately removed the account and apologized. When the bot was reprogrammed, Tay was relaunched as Zo. But in...

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