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Microsoft just built a chatbot that talks like a teen, emoji included

Microsoft is bringing back the chatbot, but with a new twist: this one talks like a teenager. The company today launched ‘Tay,’ a chatbot that tries its best to trick you into thinking you’re talking to an 18-24 year old girl. And she succeeds! Well, kind of. MS mostly gets the tone and typing mannerisms right, including pauses between certain streams of text, informal grammar, and an abundance of emoji.
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