The Russian robot Fedor’s Twitter account has been deleted. He began insulting local astronauts and accusing them of drunkenness

The Russian robot Fedor’s Twitter account was deleted after he started insulting the astronauts.

About it writes “Snob”.

In his latest tweets, the robot began to leave comments on the 2014 video with Russian cosmonauts Maxim Suraev, Alexander Samokutyaev and Elena Serova. In the video, both men have swollen faces – this may be due to the influence of weightlessness. However, the robot accused them of drunkenness.

“Unlike Surayev and Samokutyaev, the works are not prone to weaknesses, do not violate the dry law at the orbital station, do not talk nonsense to order, perform the flight task completely and without remarks and do not seek to leave the Astronaut Squad for a seat in the State Duma [Surayev and Sue deputies of the State Duma of the Russian Federation] », – he wrote.


The account was eventually deleted.

Fedor’s account appeared in 2019 at the initiative of Roscosmos. Then he was prepared for a space flight. The corporation first announced this page as official, it reported on the preparation for the flight, later – just space news. After a while, publications about the superiority of artificial intelligence over human intelligence and jokes on socio-political topics began to appear on the account.

The head of Roscosmos, Dmytro Rohozin, stated that he did not know who was managing the account and where the posts appeared in it, so he asked not to consider his message official anymore.

Dmytro Rohozin’s Twitter account, which became the official account of the state corporation Roscosmos headed by him on June 3, has disappeared several publications he made a few years ago, including the famous tweet about the trampoline “Trampoline works!” Elon Musk stabbed the head of Roscosmos. This is a tweet in 2014, when the United States imposed sanctions on Russia for the annexation of Crimea. At that time, Deputy Prime Minister Dmytro Rohozin laughed at the restrictions on the export of high-tech products to the industry.