An AI app developed by supermarket chain Pak ‘n’ Save was supposed to help shoppers get creative with leftover ingredients. However, the app’s offerings quickly became offensive when it offered recipes for “poison bread sandwiches”, “aromatic water mix” that emits chlorine gas, and “methanol bliss” of turpentine-flavored French toast.

Social network users shared their strange and dangerous findings as a result of their experiments with various household items. The supermarket acknowledged the problem and said they would improve the system to improve safety.

They emphasized that the bot is designed for users over the age of 18 and warned that their recipes are not verified by humans.

Source: Ferra

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