SimSimi

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SimSimi
SimSimi.svg
SimSimi screenshot
Developer(s)SimSimi Inc. (Kevin T Tan for Windows Phone version, @kevinttan)
Operating systemWeb, Android, Windows Phone, iOS
Size7.6 MB
Websitesimsimi.com

SimSimi is a game 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 ( developed by Kevin Tan @kevinttan ) and for iOS.

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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