In the 21st century, chatbots drive social change and help people improve their sex lives. But they’re not without a downside—including full-on political rebellion.
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In China, two chatbots have been removed by media company Tencent because they’ve done one of the most grave things a chatbot could do: turned on the Communist Party.
The chatbots — BabyQ and the Microsoft-created XiaoBing — were yanked from Chinese messaging app QQ, according to the Financial Times, after they started providing answers that weren’t satisfactory to the glorious party. Read more…
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