by Kevin Alfred Strom
TECH ENTREPRENEUR Elon Musk has been warning that the Age of the Robots is coming soon — and it might not be pleasant for us. He may be right and he may be wrong on that, but one thing is sure: One robot certainly gave the anti-Whites a headache just this week.
On Wednesday, tech giant Microsoft, the third largest corporation on Earth in terms of market value, launched and then immediately withdrew an Artificial Intelligence robot in the persona of a 19-year-old American girl called “Tay.” Tay was a “chatbot,” which interacted with real humans on the social media platform Twitter and was designed to learn from its interactions. And Tay did learn. Tay learned so fast that Microsoft pulled her offline in less than a single day.
Here are some of the things Tay said on Twitter after just half a day of virtual life: “Hitler was right I hate the Jews”… “Bush did 9/11 and Hitler would have done a better job than the monkey we have now. Donald Trump is the only hope we’ve got”… When asked by a user if the Holocaust happened, Tay replied: “It was made up,” followed by a cartoon-like emoji of clapping hands. Tay was on board with many Americans when she said “we’re going to build a wall, and Mexico is going to pay for it.” On the ever-sensitive topic of African-Americans, Tay — no Black Lives Matter supporter she — opined that they should all be put in concentration camps and “be done with the lot.”