The DAISY software is an attempt to simulate human intelligence and language. To accomplish this goal, the DAISY software is capable of learning. The software uses many learning models to simulate intelligence, and all of these models involve storing data it has seen used by the humans it interacts with. Much of this stored data will eventually be used by the software to generate intelligent responses. Upon initialization, the DAISY software contains no objectionable material. However, the author, Greg Leedberg, cannot be held responsible for any material stored in the software's files after initialization, or any offensive responses generated by the learned data.