Google Home Device Gives Bizarre Answer To Animal Question

This was the bizarre moment a Google Home device gave a very unusual answer to, what you normally think would be, a simple question.

Shot on February 21 by a Los Angeles man in his home, he asks the device "How many legs does a rabbit have?" and instantaneously the robotic voice replies with a maths problem.

The virtual assistant answers the question with: "Cut two legs from each rabbit so that a rabbit has only 2 legs.

"Step 2: Count how many legs in the cage after we cut legs from rabbits.

"Since all animals have 2 legs each, there are 24,122 = × legs corresponding to 12 heads."