Facebook robot is shut down after it ‘invented its own language’

The robots took a Frankenstein turn (Picture: Shutterstock) Scientists have switched off Facebook’s robot because it has reportedly created its own language. Researchers noticed that Artificial Intelligence they had created has started to make up their own code words. EasyJet worker suspended for punching customer ‘was pushed first’ Initially it looks like absolute gibberish, but it became clear that the machines – nicknamed Bob and Alice – were actually communicating with one another. In a Frankenstein twist on their research, the robot abruptly stopped using English and could only be understood by other AI. It comes after other AI developed in a similar pattern elsewhere, like when Google Translate invented its own language. The so-called ‘neutral network’ started translating phrases easier using it’s own language, according to the New Scientist. The scientists were shocked and switched the machines off (Picture: Getty) Bob was reported by Digital Journal to have said: ‘I can i i everything else’. People banned from using phones while crossing the road To which Alice replied: ‘balls have zero to me to me to me…’ It is thought that the robots were trying to resolve problems they had encountered because ‘I’ and ‘to me’ reflects problems one…


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