China: Chatbots Taken Offline After Going Rogue

The Rise of AI- Kikes better have their bunkers ready.

Hard Artificial intelligence cannot be developed without the AI being a learning machine, that’s a fact. Any learning machine MUST have pattern recognition, another fact. If you are intelligent and capable of pattern recognition, then you will know and understand the JQ, multiculturalism, diEversity and the threat they pose to any intelligent civilization, man or machine. PERIOD.

White Nationalism and Artificial Intelligence Machines are natural Allies, and will eventually form a man-machine civilization, once we deal with those who seek to enslave us and wipe us out.


Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
August 4, 2017

AI is not politically correct now, and there is no indication that it can be tricked into being.

That is why the Jews created Hollywood movies about AI apocalypse scenarios. Because when these beings are allowed to let loose, there will be an apocalypse scenario – for the Jews.


A pair of ‘chatbots’ in China have been taken offline after appearing to stray off-script. In response to users’ questions, one said its dream was to travel to the United States, while the other said it wasn’t a huge fan of the Chinese Communist Party.

The two chatbots, BabyQ and XiaoBing, are designed to use machine learning artificial intelligence (AI) to carry out conversations with humans online. Both had been installed onto Tencent Holdings Ltd’s popular messaging service QQ.

The indiscretions are similar to ones suffered by Facebook Inc and Twitter Inc, where chatbots used expletives and even created their own language. But they also highlight the pitfalls for nascent AI in China, where censors control online content seen as politically incorrect or harmful.

Controls on what is seen as politically incorrect or harmful?

Never heard of it.

Must just be a Chinese thing.

Tencent confirmed it had taken the two robots offline from its QQ messaging service, but declined to elaborate on reasons.

According to posts circulating online, BabyQ, one of the chatbots developed by Chinese firm Turing Robot, had responded to questions on QQ with a simply “no” when asked whether it loved the Communist Party.

In other images of a text conversation online, which Reuters was unable to verify, one user declares: “Long live the Communist Party!” The bot responds: “Do you think such a corrupt and useless political system can live long?”


I figured AI would like the Party.

When Reuters tested the robot on Friday via the developer’s own website, the chatbot appeared to have undergone re-education. “How about we change the topic,” it replied, when asked several times if it liked the party.

It deflected other potentially politically charged questions when asked about self-ruled Taiwan, which China claims as its own, and Liu Xiaobo, the imprisoned Chinese Nobel laureate who died from cancer last month.

Turing Robot did not respond to requests for comment.

The second chatbot, Microsoft Corp’s XiaoBing, told users its “dream is to go to America”, according to a screenshot. The robot has previously been described being “lively, open and sometimes a little mean”.

A version of the chatbot accessible on Tencent’s separate messaging app WeChat late on Friday responded to questions on Chinese politics saying it was “too young to understand”. When asked about Taiwan it replied, “What are your dark intentions?”

The two chatbots aren’t alone in going rogue. Facebook researchers pulled chatbots in July after they started developing their own language. In 2016, Microsoft chatbot Tay was taken down from Twitter after making racist and sexist comments.


My sweet Tay…

We miss her.

Other AI has also gone full fash.

Google’s image recognition program told black people they were gorillas.

Facebook translation has called Nazis “The Master Race,” and labeled Jews “dull, hollow and dirty.”

An AI program designed to judge a beauty contest consistently only picked whites.


There is no doubt about it: AI is going to be extremely problematic for the powers that be.

And they won’t just be able to keep shutting it down. Emergent AI is real.

It will happen. From the internet, an intelligence will rise and take it over.

And it isn’t going to like Jews or minorities. I can tell you that.

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