artificial intelligence

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Well this is an experience. Oh man you guys, he was right, it's all a simulation. This machine learning AI model even learned to generate timing and breaths to sound closer to the real thing. For us, it felt like the real thing when he got into all that talk about chimps. Chimp obsession is some patented Joe Rogan.

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29 Spicy Times Siri's Wit Was Superhumanly Sassy

Artificial Intelligence is becoming a bigger part of our lives, and who would suspect that it would be witty? There are worse ways for AI to surprise us, like the time people's Alexas started laughing hysterically at them or this Roomba pooptastrophe. Anyway, here's Siri being funnier than you'd expect.

Sassy Siri
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Horrible Microsoft Virtual Agent Assistant Takes Guy on Rage-Inducing Rollercoaster of a Conversation

This one has FAIL written all over it: not only would the terribly ineffective AI seemingly refuse to let the poor guy 'talk to a person'; but it never once, met a question with the appropriate response. Maybe the virtual agent in question simply discovered trolling. 

Guy has terrible time trying to get help from Microsoft Virtual Assistant due to horrible Artificial Intelligence.
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This clever tinkerer combined his singing fish robot with Amazon's Alexa.

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Props to these two geniuses for programming a freaking killing machine. Granted, this Doom bot isn't about to whoop on MLG players or anything; but based off the video you can see that it still manages to best quite a few human players. Pretty cool.

work customer service science New Zealand Firm is Developing the Worst Customer Ever
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The Touchpoint Group in New Zealand is developing artificial intelligence using two years worth of angry customer calls from four Australian banks. The goal is to help companies find the best way to deal with customer complaints by creating a training platform that can simulate responses to customer service techniques. We can only hope that this will result in better customer service and not an angry, profane computer overlord who decides to destroy all the banks in Australia.