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In a groundbreaking move set to revolutionize the tech world, tech companies have announced the development of personalized A.I. agents. Now, your voice-activated A.I. assistant can misunderstand and misinterpret your commands in a much more personalized, individualized way.

Tech spokesperson, Mike Codswallop said, “We’ve made huge strides in ensuring our A.I. agents can not only mishear your requests, but can do so in a way that’s deeply in tune with your own unique frustrations.”

The new A.I. agents have been programmed with a range of errors and glitches designed to mirror the experience of dealing with a human. “For example,” Codswallop continued, “if you’re someone who routinely gets people’s names wrong, your A.I. will now do the same. Or if you’re the forgetful type, your A.I. will now also ‘forget’ to set your morning alarms or ‘misplace’ your digital files.”

Critics have hailed this as an innovative step forward in blending technology with human fallibility. As one tech critic put it, “Why strive for perfection when we can recreate a more authentic, frustration-filled human experience? The future is here, and it’s as flawed as we are.”

Meanwhile, the general public waits with bated breath for the release of these new A.I. agents, eager to see how technology will continue to make their lives more complicated under the guise of ‘progress’.

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