Microsoft’s experimental chatbot turned into a Nazi in less than a day. ‘Tay’ was designed to interact with and learn from 18 to 24-year-olds on social media, but immediately had to be taken down because within 24 hours it tweeted “Hitler was right.” Source Source 2

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This 3D-printed Rembrandt is the new frontier in forgery

A new Rembrandt painting has been unveiled in Amsterdam, but the portrait wasn’t exactly made by the 17th century Dutch master… 

It was created with 3D printers by a team of data analysts, developers, and art historians.

To reproduce Rembrandt’s painting style and brushstrokes, a unique software and facial recognition algorithm were used to analyze digital representations of all of his 346 known paintings. The data was then fed to a 3D printer, which released 13 layers of paint-based UV ink onto a canvas to recreate the painting texture similar to a real Rembrandt. The final artwork, which was realized also with help from Microsoft, is made of more than 148 million pixels.