Dont Hang This AIs Motivational Posters on Your Wall

first_imgStay on target Some people use artificial intelligence to tackle the world’s greatest economic and social challenges.Others use it to design nonsensical inspirational posters.Remember those signs that hung from your dorm room walls and in doctor’s-office waiting rooms? The kitten gripping onto the end of a rope above the phrase “hang in there”? The serene sunset accompanied by a quote reminding you to be a better person?AI InspiroBot is gaining traction online with its collection of questionable motivations.Unlike other, even more absurd systems—check out Magic Realism Bot on Twitter and follow Janelle Shane’s blog—InspiroBot gives off the vibe of an evil genius typing slightly off-color messages at superhuman speed.View as: One Page Slides1/101. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. Some quotes make more sense than others: “Sometimes an animal is nothing but an animal,” it told me, after musing that “Kindness is just an actor on a river.”Visit the minimalist website and click “generate” to hatch endless sayings. Each is stored at the bottom of the page, so you can revisit your favorites, share on social media, or even order them on a mug.Little is known about InspiroBot, or the person(s) behind the algorithm.The bot’s “About” tab doesn’t lead anywhere, and its Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram accounts offer the same description: “an AI dedicated to generating unique inspirational quotes for the endless enrichment of pointless human existence.”As IFL Science pointed out, the green camera eye staring back at you adds the unsettling impression of HAL 9000, the murderous AI from 2001: A Space Odyssey.Before InspiroBot goes rogue and demeans the human race, check out some top-notch quotes below. And follow the mysterious force for a daily dose of illogical encouragement.Just beware of its irresistible power to suck you into an infinite loop of absurd motivational messages.Let us know what you like about Geek by taking our survey. McDonald’s Plans to Serve AI Voice Technology at Drive ThruCIMON Returns to Earth After 14 Months on ISS last_img

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