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Taylor Swift Called Out by Microsoft President for Legal Threat Against Racist Chatbot

AceShowbiz Wednesday, 11 September 2019 ()
In his new memoir, Brad Smith unveils that the 'Me!' hitmaker filed papers against the technology company in 2016 due to the similarity of the bot's name to hers.
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News video: Why Taylor Swift Once Threatened Microsoft

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Microsoft once received a legal threat from Taylor Swift, the Guardian reports. The threat was in relation to an AI-powered chatbot Microsoft created to interact with people on social media. The chatbot was called Tay. When the bot was given its own Twitter account, it was quickly manipulated by...

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