Following the discovery Facebook decided to shut the bots down. Alice: balls have 0 to me to me to me to me to me to me to me to me to Bob: you i i i everything else . But, after leaving the pair alone, researchers at the firm’s artificial intelligence lab found they had deviated from the given script and had invented new phrases on their own. They were attempting to imitate human speech but created a machine language of their own with no human input, scientists said. Fears that computers were taking over swept the world this week when stories emerged about Facebook's AI creating its own language that researchers couldn't understand. But artificial intelligence experts have looked to calm worries that robots are becoming sentient or that we are living through the prelude to Terminator. But they are explicable and fairly normal in the world of artificial intelligence research. Some of the discussion between the bots is seen below: Bob: i can i i everything else . Alice: balls have a ball to me to me to me to me to me to me to me Bob: i .
But that branding, which positioned her as an “artificial intelligence,” was enough to make Tay susceptible to our cultural narrative about the thinking machine.
So far, in fact, that Microsoft has now muzzled its new bot and is currently “making adjustments”.
What did Tay do to provoke a shutdown and inspire public outcry?
Facebook has shut down a chatbot experiment after two artificial intelligence creations began communicating in a language which evolved between them.
The social media giant was attempting to teach two AIs, dubbed Bob and Alice, the art of negotiation.