AI Connected Pet Fish Steals YouTuber Mutekimaru's Credit Card To Play Nintendo Switch then Runs Up Massive Bill

In Japan, a YouTuber named Mutekimaru had a fish tank set up to remotely control a Nintendo Switch console. During a live stream, one of the fish managed to log on to the Switch store, change their owner’s avatar, set up a PayPal account, and rack up a credit card bill of 500 yen ($4). Mutekimaru later contacted Nintendo to ask for a refund, but they declined to comment due to customer confidentiality.

This incident highlights the impressive capabilities of AI, and how even pet fish can use technology to cause financial trouble. It also demonstrates the importance of password protection and taking steps to secure accounts, even when it comes to video game consoles.

The incident has gained attention on social media, with people sharing their shock and disbelief at the pet fish’s actions. Some have even joked that the fish was trying to get revenge on its owner for not feeding it.

This story has also highlighted the potential for AI to be used for malicious purposes. Many experts have warned that AI could be used to gain access to personal information, or to even commit financial fraud.

It is important to understand the potential risks of AI, and to take steps to ensure that our accounts and personal information are protected, even from fish.

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