Microsoft has started testing search engine results that can chat directly to users.The company wants developers to create custom chatbots that can be added to search listings on Bing.
A few months passed and Inbar Raz went to another security conference in Denver, Colorado. He got another bunch of Tinder matches, again mostly fake.Microsoft subsequently shut it down and issued an apology.According to new research, artificially intelligent robots and devices are being taught to be racist, sexist and otherwise prejudiced by learning from humans.Unfortunately, at the time of publication, the chatbot didn’t actually allow me to submit any questions.The company is also testing Info Bot, a chatbot that finds answers to users’ questions by tapping into Wikipedia.And the final destination was titled “This IS NOT a dating site” and carried the following warning: “You will see nude photos.Please be discreet.” Whatever is supposed to mean in such circumstances.What do you suppose the click-through rate is for links received by men in dating app messages from attractive women? This subject is surprisingly well researched — I’m talking researched. Two out of three men actually click on these links, which makes it without doubt the best conversion rate in the world. Inbar Raz started his research with building the perfect Tinder profile.Users will be able to ask the bots for basic information about venues such as restaurants and cinemas, such as opening hours and parking information.They’re powered by Skype, and the functionality has already been rolled out to a small number of venues, including a restaurant in Seattle called Monsoon.