Meta’s chatbot says company ‘exploits people’ for money – BBC News

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Meta’s new prototype chatbot has told the BBC that Mark Zuckerberg exploits its users for money.

Meta says the chatbot uses artificial intelligence and can chat on “nearly any topic”.

Asked what the chatbot thought of the company’s CEO and founder, it replied “our country is divided and he didn’t help that at all”.

Meta said the chatbot was a prototype and might produce rude or offensive answers.

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