SimSimi

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SimSimi
SimSimi.svg
SimSimi screenshot
Developer(s) SimSimi Inc.
Development status Active
Operating system Android, Windows, iOS
Size 7.6 MB
Website simsimi.com

SimSimi is a popular artificial intelligence conversation program created in 2002 by ISMaker.[1] The application has led to controversy and protests in Thailand for some of its responses containing profanity and criticisms of leading politicians.[2] It so far growing on its artificial intelligence day by day, assisted by a feature that allows users to teach it to respond correctly. SimSimi, pronounced as "shim-shimi", is from a Korean word simsim (심심) which means "bored".[citation needed] It has an application designed for Android, for Windows Phone and for iOS.

SimSimi was recently banned in a vast number of countries due to the app being used to cyber bully children through the use of the feature that allows users to teach SimSimi answers to particular questions.

SimSimi has gone popular in web around 2015 by Youtube Uploader ComedyShortsGamer[3], getting 4 million views by 2017.

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  1. ^ "What is Simsimi? All About the iPhone and Android App That Has the World Laughing Out Loud". International Business Times. 23 January 2012. Retrieved 25 February 2012. 
  2. ^ Sambandaraska, Don (7 February 2012). "SimSimi chatbot banned in Thailand". TelecomAsia. Retrieved 25 February 2012. 
  3. ^ "BY FAR THE MOST RACIST THING EVER!!". 

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