The meaning of life according to Siri.

Whoever programed Siri, the new iPhone personal assistant, has a fabulous sense of humor and the amazing ability to predict what kinds of weird questions people might think to ask their new iPhone. Check out some of the creative responses Siri gave to a whole range of off-the-wall questions.

My personal favorite is this slightly disturbing exchange:

Siri, iphone

I’m not sure that I’m comfortable with the phone in my pocket having quite that much experience with this kind of thing.

But, even more interesting was this series of exchanges on the meaning of life. I think Siri is someone I could sit down and have a meaningful conversation with.

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5 Responses to “The meaning of life according to Siri.”

  1. Nancy October 15, 2011 at 12:55 pm #

    Actually, that’s Magic 8 Ball Jesus’ phone from Matt Mikalatos’ first book,
    “Imaginary Jesus.”

  2. bob May 9, 2012 at 12:50 pm #

    the meaning of life is to die

    • Fredson Bob defeats all Bobs February 19, 2013 at 10:50 am #

      Hey man I totally agree with you. I really can’t wait to die. I’m really looking forward to the afterlife, where I can finally learn the meaning of this life, at which point it will be of absolutely no use to me, having already died.

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