India's latest Chatbot by Microsoft, Ruuh
  • 00:00AM Jan 01,2019 Mumbai, Maharashtra 400057, India
  • Written By niraj_gala
  • Written By niraj_gala
  • 00:00AM Jan 01,2019 Mumbai, Maharashtra 400057, India

Are you able to recall the last Microsoft's AI chatbox which got plenty red angry emotions over the internet? But, this was not a demotivating to the Microsoft team, whereas they are now back with "Ruuh". This latest chatbot can now be used only in India and will also support the English language.

The trademark for Ruuh was already been applied by Microsoft on 15th March. This chatbot will allow people to speak with and about their topic of interest such as Bollywood, Chatting, Humour, Music, Surfing over internet and Travel.

The first chatbot, Tay.ai was created by the research of Microsoft and terms of Bing. It was designed to consider the age group between 18 to 24 years old teens. The turn was too bitter when the result of Tay was being used to act racist before it was pulled back. Nevertheless, Microsoft in December was back with Zo, another chatbot with various program to send an invitation and many good restrictions.

Continuing its bullying with AI efforts, Microsoft came with a new research over AI which was headed by Harry Shum along with the partnership of Google, Amazon, IBM and Facebook. There is also a dedicated page which is been created by Microsoft for the projects which are related to India. This includes creating of text messaging chatbot.

The selection from the page goes as follows:

A text-messaging chatbot is highly getting 'Human', thus the understanding of personal chats is important which users are experiencing with a chatbot. Are the personalities of chatbot compelling for the users of urban youth of India? Simple to get more clarification for this question, the study was conducted by WoZ (Wizard-of-Oz) with the users who interacted with the stimulator which was a hypothetical chatbot. There can be a human at another end was warned to the participants, even the engaging a human was not revealed. We integrate the effects into a collection of suggestions for later chatbots.

Ruuh is now currently live over Facebook messenger and share your feedback by chatting live on http://m.me/ruuh.

 

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