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For example, online gamers are likely to use text abbreviations not used by a financial blogger.

Most people will only know a dozen or so general text abbreviations and a few more that are used by people with similar interests online.

Zo can ask questions and respond to prompts, all while using hip slang and punctuating sentences with appropriate emojis - just like talking with a real teen!

However, whereas Tay wound up (because the internet is awful sometimes) Zo appears to have learned not to follow in its predecessor's footsteps.

On Wednesday, the company released Tay.ai, an artificial intelligence chat bot "with no chill" aimed at 18- to 24-year-olds living in the United States.SOCIALLY AWKWARD ROBOT [15 ] If you think that the first 'real' AI in years to come is going to be your perfect electronic friend, think again. Responses contain unfiltered content which may offend. It's probably more likely to be awkward, rude, confusing, and elusive — just like this personality. With the popularity and rise in use of online text-based communications came the emergence of a new texting language, tailored to the immediacy and compactness of these new communication media.Today, text and chat abbreviations are used in many online communications including Facebook, Twitter, instant messaging, email and online gaming to name a few places.It also means she can also be quite surly when given the opportunity.

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