【微软推出新AI:你确定在QQ、微信上与你聊天的真的是人类吗?】

【微软推出新AI:你确定在QQ、微信上与你聊天的真的是人类吗?】微软近日申请了一些面向青少年的社交媒体账号,但负责与网友交流的却是人工智能机器人Tay。它针对在美国18到24岁的年轻人,可以像年轻人那样说笑话,玩游戏,还能通过算法学习更多年轻人的用语、习惯等。不久的未来或许将在小冰等一系列机器人上得到应用。

Microsoft just launched an artificial intelligence bot for teens that has 'no chill'

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On Wednesday, Microsoft unveiled a few new teen-oriented social media accounts that will chat all day.

But users won't be speaking to a person, they'll be talking to "Tay," Microsoft's new bot that's powered by artificial intelligence.

The easiest way to converse with Tay is on Twitter. It's at@tayandyou. All users have to do is tweet at it as if it were a real person and it'll tweet back in a kind of internet patois that doesn't sound like it's coming from a computer.

Tay is also chatting on apps like Snapchat, Kik, and Groupme.

Here's a sample of what Tay likes to talk about:

Tay speaks like a teen because that's how Microsoft's research division built it. According to Microsoft, Tay is "targeted at 18 to 24 year olds in the US."

"Tay is an artificial intelligence chat bot designed to engage and entertain through casual and playful conversation," Microsoft explains. Tay's Twitter profile, likely written by a human, describes it as "the official account of Tay, Microsoft's A.I. fam from the internet that's got zero chill!"

Microsoft says Tay can tell a joke, play a game like "would you rather," tell stories, and rate pictures that you send it.

Tay isn't the first Twitter bot to sound like a teen. Previously, a bot called Olivia Taters gained some notoriety by tweeting like a teen, and people who remember using AIM instant messaging might remember long conversations with a bot called Smarter Child.

But unlike previous attempts at teenage bots, Tay was developed using a learning algorithm that gets better the more data it receives. The more data Tay recieves, the better its responses should get. Mary Jo Foley at ZDNet compares Tay to XiaoIce, a chatbot Microsoft developed for the Chinese market that proved to  be extremely popular. Microsoft also develops Cortana, a voice assistant.

Microsoft says Tay learned its way with words by mining public data supplemented by editorial staff that includes comedians.

http://www.businessinsider.com/microsoft-launches-tay-teen-chatbot-2016-3


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