The Flipside’s AI Bot Read 10,000 Stanford Apology Emails and Then Wrote One

November 6, 2019 12:00 pm
The Flipside’s AI Bot Read 10,000 Stanford Apology Emails and Then Wrote One

Dear Members and Students in a Stanford,

As you might have heard, we might have heard about the danger incident. We, as the office of Department of Vice Provost of Community Services of Help Office, remember you. We are seeking your help from you, the student, in learning more about it. We have already met with student leaders, and Frosh and Transfers, and we know what they are.

Unfortunately, we do not like this type of behavior. Someone did the danger, and we are a community, and not the other way around.  We must confront this behavior, as there is no dignity to it, only danger, and health educators at Vaden Health Center.

We believe we have found the person who did the danger. They are not acceptable. One of their dangers occurred at 5:00 p.m., right then and there, with no precaution as to ongoing resources available to members of our community or the Frosh and Transfers. As member of a community, there are certain members of a community, please reach out with what you need, they will have it.

We have prepared events to expand our members of our community, and all complaints are welcome:

Solidarity Town Hall: Self-Care Rally: Turn Danger into Hope: Challenging Times (Yoga and Boba)

4 – 5:30 p.m. at White Community Center Plaza


10 – 11 a.m. at Wilbur Burger Dining

Amidst these troubling members of community, we continue to find hope. Fall is just around a corner, as I’m sure you’ve noticed your friends changing. It’s time to celebrate, but there’s much work to do, and you should do it. May you continue to thrive, just as the Frosh and Transfers.


Stanford’s Office