Microsoft Checking Out Ruuh chatbot on Facebook Messenger


Microsoft has propelled another chatbot called Ruuh on Facebook Messenger. The organization propelled a Facebook page for the chatbot on February 7, and as per ZDNet, it is as of now under testing. An organization representative told the site, “at Microsoft, we’re centered around peopling and associations accomplish more through new discussion models. We’re amped up for the conceivable outcomes in this space and are exploring different avenues regarding a constrained experimental run program of another chatbot that is centered around progressing conversational abilities inside our AI aspiration. We would like to extend this chatbot to a more extensive crowd later on.”

Ruuh’s Facebook Pageportrays the bot as a “desi AI who never quits talking.” After associating with the bot for a bit, it appears like Microsoft still has a touch of work to do so as to make it have more human-like discussions. While it seems to have some essential comprehension of the inquiries, it has a tendency to go totally off track when asked follow up inquiries.

Ideally, Ruuh won’t wind up copying Tay, Microsoft’s Twitter bot that denounced any kind of authority a year ago. Intended to communicate with individuals through tweets in the wake of taking in the most recent patterns of speaking, Tay wound up retching loathe filled talk which included racial slurs, gratefulness for Adolf Hitler, and suggestion that “Shrubbery did 9/11.” As expected Tay was immediately brought down. Ruuh then again, doesn’t appear to have any political slants. At any rate not all that much…


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