When the tech giant Microsoft unveiled its AI or artificial intelligence-powered bot on Twitter for a playful chat with the people in March, little did the tech giant realise that the twitterati would begin slamming the innocent bot with racist and offensive comments.Launched as an experiment in “conversational understanding” and to engage people through “casual and playful conversation”, Tay was soon taken off Twitter by Microsoft engineers. This was a soft experiment. But what if you can interact with a “chatbot” and send the AI-powered machine your financial requirements like you would text to your banker or chartered accountant in the near future?
This was a soft experiment. But what if you can interact with a “chatbot” and send the AI-powered machine your financial requirements like you would text to your banker or chartered accountant in the near future?

Facebook wants this to happen and at its F8 global developer conference in April, the social networking giant unveiled AI bots right into its popular messaging app Messenger — to allow 900 million monthly active users on Messenger to interact with businesses and get updates