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Because these tweets mentioned its own account (@Tayand You) in the process, they appeared in the feeds of 200,000 Twitter followers, causing annoyance to some.
The bot was quickly taken offline again, in addition to Tay's Twitter account being made private so new followers must be accepted before they can interact with Tay.
The estimation is that about 80% of customers were contacted by “Angels”.
Real estate agents have to spell out the size of commissions they receive on sale and get a license.states that the “site includes fictitious profiles called ‘Fantasy Cupids’ (FC) operated by the site; communications with a FC profile will not result in a physical meeting.” Members who do not read the fine print are agreeing in advance that some of the profiles that they may encounter “will be fabricated”. Chris Russel, who is a part of the lawsuit, said that he wanted to make clear such conduct is fraudulent.“You shouldn’t be tricking people on your site into handing over money when nobody is on the other end of it,” he stated.Artificial intelligence researcher Roman Yampolskiy commented that Tay's misbehavior was understandable because it was mimicking the deliberately offensive behavior of other Twitter users, and Microsoft had not given the bot an understanding of inappropriate behavior.He compared the issue to IBM's Watson, which had begun to use profanity after reading entries from the website Urban Dictionary.
Industry insiders seem reluctant to give names and put their signature under the allegations.