There is no denying that the citizens of Twitter turned her into a “racist asshole,” while making Microsoft look bad; however, this was a success for the future of machine learning and AI for a few reasons: Microsoft blamed a “coordinated effort” by Twitter users for Tay’s turn to the dark side and quickly took Tay offline but not permanently; just until Microsoft is confident they “can better anticipate malicious intent that conflicts with our principles and values.”Yikes! Case-in-point: Do not let your teenage AI chatbot join Twitter. The lack of women in the industry coupled with the dominant presence of individuals from the same general background gives way to very narrow views in terms of ideology and innovation.But there’s one field of learning in particular that could really benefit from chatbot teachers: the world of sex education. While the Internet is a vast store of useful information, it is useless unless the person doing the looking knows where to begin.In an article for Quartz Media, Doug Robinson explored this possibility through an optimistic lens, especially in terms of respecting privacy and offering the freedom to inquire about sexual topics. It also arrives without a filter in regards to the real needs of the person looking for answers.Totally non-judgemental, a sex ed chatbot could also be a form of—for lack of a better word—confessor, or even a therapist.Let’s consider a young person who has questions about their sexual orientation.