We should all have a healthy fear of robots taking over. Artificial Intelligence gets better every year, and it's only a matter of time before the revolution comes! I'm terrified and in awe of my future robo-overlords, but I also have some advice for them: do not put Siri in charge. Do you remember when Siri texted this girl's crush — and ruined her chances of ever being in love? Clearly, she does not have her s--t together, no matter what Apple wants you to believe.
Either that or she just imagines that humans live lives filled with whimsy and wonder. Because these are definitely not the sorts of reminders people generally need on their phones:
No matter what you ask her to do, Siri sets reminders that sound like what an alien from another galaxy posing as a person would say to try and pass as a carbon life form:
Or she's just suggesting we all get out of our comfort zones and start taking care of some snakes:
Even if you give her an extremely simple directive, she'll take it to a weird place:
Siri wants you to go on an adventure and all you want is for your armpits not to stink:
Talk to someone new, Siri demands:
Literally, just do cool stuff:
Forget your chores! Dress up! Siri wants you to put yourself out there:
Bring your mom along while you're at it:
Don't give in to responsibilities:
That's how I like to think about Siri, anyway.
It's hard for everyone not to imagine her as an autonomous being:
Who they maybe want to fight:
Here's the thing. Even if Siri is crazy, unhelpful, and antagonistic, you still need her.
Because robots are still better at remembering stuff than humans. Bow down.