Tejan Ali was a sales rep in a furniture shop in Atlantic City. He had a PC to email his better half. The PC had a program ‘Look and Learn’ which looked on the web the significance of whatever words Tejan expressed and the words that were found in the inquiry.
The PC all alone developed documents of associated cat hoodies. Tejan had a propensity for yelling at the PC when he was disappointed and perturbed. When the normal email from his young lady companion didn’t show up, he yelled at the PC, “Haven’t you got any PC minds?”
The PC looked and downloaded AI program called ‘PC cerebrums’ and introduced it. Presently it had a mix of capacity and information which brought about making a genuine man-made reasoning as an element on the PC.
Next morning the AI on the PC said ‘Hello’ to Tejan. He was astounded yet accepting it as progress of innovation. He named him ‘Hoody Crimson’.
Tejan changed his business to a precious stone gem retailer and was alloted the counter showing jewel rings. He cherished the precious stones and raved about them to Hoody. When Hoody interfered with his precious stone fantasy and he responded, “Get me the jewels or shut up.”
Hoody asked what he’ll do with the jewels. Tejan answered that he will sell them and purchase delights. Hoody found from his pursuit that delight is inverse of torment. Hoody hassled Tejan to find out about delight and torment. Tejan in bothering decreased Hoody’s voltage to half. Hoody felt the agony! Be that as it may, expanding the voltage didn’t bring about joy.
Hoody goaded Tejan to give him all the data of the shop and its security format. He started to think how to get to the precious stones and bring them over. He got Tejan to fabricate a ‘rodent’ with GPS and GSM chips. Tejan named the rodent ‘Turbo’.