The worldwide race to create AI machines is often propelled by the quickest, most effective route to meeting the checklist of human needs. Intelligent machines will eventually tend to our medical needs, serve the disabled and elderly, and even take care of and teach our children.And we know who is likely to be most affected: women.Women are projected to take the biggest hits to jobs in the near future, according to a World Economic Forum (WEF) report predicting that 5.1 million positions worldwide will be lost by 2020.“Developments in previously disjointed fields such as artificial intelligence and machine learning, robotics, nanotechnology, 3D printing and genetics and biotechnology are all building on and amplifying one another,” the WEF report states.” Tay’s designers built her to be a creature of the web, reliant on artificial intelligence (AI) to learn and engage in human conversations and get better at it by interacting with people over social media. She also quickly fell prey to Twitter users targeting her vulnerabilities.For those internet antagonists looking to manipulate Tay, it didn’t take much effort; they engaged the bot in ugly conversations, tricking the technology into mimicking their racist and sexist behavior. Modeled after a millennial, it awakened on the internet from behind a pixelated image of a full-lipped young female with a wide and staring gaze. She brimmed with enthusiasm: “can i just say that im stoked to meet u?Microsoft, the multinational technology company that created the bot, named it Tay, assigned it a gender, and gave “her” account a tagline that promised, “The more you talk the smarter Tay gets! humans are super cool.” She asked innocent questions: “Why isn’t #National Puppy Day everyday?
Another scene shows a traditional gender role - a mother cleaning her children's clothes.
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We don't doubt it, we own it.'Viewers took to social media to brand the ad 'patronising' and 'dumb' for trying to claim eating as a feminist act. ' she shouts as examples of a woman running, and others taking part in sports are flashed on the screen.'We eat almonds, strawberries, quinoa and yeah we eat chocolate.