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CEO Matt Mc Mullen says the company already has the app ready for a male version, allowing subscribers to easily choose their preferred gender when creating their bot’s personality.
However, since the app stores on i OS and Android have content restrictions, the app is somewhat harder to obtain than expected.
Now, the company is taking its creation a step further in its attempts to leave its customers better satisfied.
Realbotix, a subsidiary of Abyss Creations, has launched a program called Harmony AI.
“When they discovered Tay, posters from both boards quickly got to work teaching the bot racist, sexist invective,” a Fusion article said.
On Wednesday, Microsoft’s cute, big-eyed, Millennial-generation AI creation went live again, CNN reported, “tweeting a stream of mostly incoherent messages at machine gun pace before disappearing.” Tay kept repeating, “You are too fast, please take a rest,” according to CNN. “I’m smoking kush in front [of] the police.” Microsoft did not immediately provide an explanation for Tay’s reappearance.
Realbotix says this is so they can include uncensored content in the App.
At the time Stowe Boyd, lead researcher for Giga OM Research, predicted that sex robots would be fairly common in the next decade.Customers have to pay for a yearly subscription on the website for the service and download the app from there, instead of the official app store.In addition, it’s currently only available for Android, where users can sideload the app.Another tweet may explain Tay’s poor communication. Last week the company blamed a “coordinated attack by a subset of people” for Tay’s corruption.“We’ll look to bring Tay back only when we are confident we can better anticipate malicious intent that conflicts with our principles and values,” Microsoft said.