It’s bad enough that we’ve outsourced most of our knowledge and skills to gadgets at this point, but now some people are even asking their devices to tell them who they are.
I’m talking, of course, about autocorrect’s more-likable cousin, auto-complete.
Turning the fate of your next sentence over to a predictive algorithm can result in some surprising and hilarious results as Twitter user @NihachuEatsCats demonstrated by prompting others to start a fairly damning sentence and let their phones do the rest.
The text may be predictive but the results were…unpredictable.
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