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Artificial intelligence, the simulation of human imagination by computers and robots, is a young but incredibly important field that will – Oh wait, sorry, what’s this? This, more than anything else, is the best way to summarise Microsoft’s latest AI chat bot, Murphy, “the robot with imagination”.Designed by the company’s Azure Machine Learning Team – the same people behind last year’s immensely popular age-guessing robot – Murphy answers “What if?He writes: “Could we tap into this human creativity to build a robot that could use machine learning capabilities and create accurate and imaginative images based on the what-if questions it was being asked? But this is fundamentally part of the appeal of the bot – and one of the main reasons it recently went viral, with thousands of social media users sharing their results with the hashtag #Project Murphy. It’s often hard for the public en masse to get too excited about artificial intelligence.When the world’s first tattooing robot was unleashed last week, it failed to capture the popular imagination with its singular spiral design on a man’s calf.
In just a few keystrokes, they can find answer they’re looking for and reply to the customer – without having to type out the full response.
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Thankfully, unlike Microsoft’s last AI project Tay, Murphy isn’t too dumb.
” format, as when asked more abstract questions (such as “What if Brexit never happens?
”) the machine replies that it is “still learning” and will “get back to you later”. Still, it’s pretty good at letting you know what Bono would look like as a librarian: Corom Thompson, one of the lead engineers behind the bot, explains on the Project Murphy website that he is, “fascinated with creating machines that could be a little more human”.
As you provide answers to commonly asked questions, response sets are automatically generated.