If the tank is properly seated, the light comes on, however, if I just press the release handle (as though I were going to take the tank out), and let the tank just pop up that little bit, the light goes off.I am certain that the dirty tank is empty and the filter is correctly inserted.Lots of businesses immersed themselves in making chatbots then: customer service bots, support bots, training bots, information bots, porn bots, whatever.The question is — do people really need that many chatbots in addition to real people?
The bot appears to have little practical function for users, but is capable of three different methods of communication: its website boasts the AI can talk via text, play games (such as guessing the meaning of a string of emojis) and comment on photos sent to it.
The bot, 'Tay', has been dubbed by its Microsoft and Bing creators as "AI fam from the internet that's got zero chill!
"The real-world aim of the bot is to allow researchers to "experiment" with conversational understanding, and learn how people really talk to each other.
"Public data that’s been anonymised is Tay’s primary data source.
That data has been modelled, cleaned and filtered by the team developing Tay."Beside the meme-tastic appeal of the bot, there is a serious side to the research behind the AI.
Has anyone seen this behavior and been able to address it?