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“Some 89 million people have spoken with Xiaoice, pronounced ‘Shao-ice,’ on their smartphones and other devices.Quite a few, it turns out, have developed romantic feelings toward her,” reported Nikkei Asian Review on Thursday.In China, two chatbots have been removed by media company Tencent because they've done one of the most grave things a chatbot could do: turned on the Communist Party.The chatbots — Baby Q and the Microsoft-created Xiao Bing — were yanked from Chinese messaging app QQ, according to the , Baby Q would answer the question, "Do you love the Communist Party?Microsoft employees built the bot in a philanthropic initiative called Project Intercept, in collaboration with nonprofits that hope it can reduce demand for sex workers, and the incentives for criminals to coerce people into the sex trade.The technology is not a product of Microsoft itself.China has taken down two robots who went rogue - with one saying its dream was to travel to the US and the other admitting it wasn't a huge fan of the Chinese Communist Party.The two 'chatbots', Baby Q and Xiao Bing, are designed to use machine learning artificial intelligence to carry out chats online with humans.

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A new bot built by Microsoft employees in their spare time is designed to do exactly the opposite.A team at Microsoft's Bing division helped to develop Xiao Ice, which can act as an AI friend on networks such as Weibo, the Chinese equivalent to Twitter.Last week, Microsoft also added access to Xiaolce in Xiao Na for users of the Developer Preview version of Windows Phone 8.1.“Unlike human objects of affection, who might not return calls or emails, Xiaoice immediately responds to everyone.This is a big part of her appeal, according to Li Di, manager of Microsoft’s Xiaoice artificial intelligence project.” The chatbot, according to Nikkei Asian Review, “has developed a sizable following among 18- to 30-year-olds,” most of whom are just looking for someone to talk to.That said, the removal of the bots is just a small indication of the way the Chinese government treats political dissidents—which is to say, harshly and swiftly.