Google: 'He Now Praises The iPad'

Tech Crunch, Monday, January 7, 2013 9:35 AM
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In a quirky glitch that went unnoticed for many months, Google's text-to-speech engine and Google Translate often ended sentences with the phrase "he now praises the iPad" for no obvious reason -- but that has since been fixed. Some reports point to a badly trained algorithm, rather than an Easter egg planted by a Google developer. When asked "what is a giraffe," translate or search would describe the animal and end the description with "he now praises the iPad."

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