Microsoft unveils a new (and hopefully not racist) chat bot

By Selena Larson Published 12/13 2016 07:08PM Updated 12/13 2016 07:08PM Copyright 2016 Cable News Network/Turner Broadcasting System, Inc. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed. SAN FRANCISCO (CNNMoney) Tay gave chat bots a bad name, but Microsoft’s new version has grown up. Microsoft unveiled a new chat bot in the U.S. on Tuesday, saying it’s learned from the Tay experiment earlier this year. Zo is now available on messaging app Kik and on the website Zo.ai. Tay was meant to be a cheeky young person you could talk to on Twitter. Users tried — successfully — to get the bot to say racist and inappropriate things. Microsoft pulled the bot offline, and its failed experiment was used as a cautionary tale for how…


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