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  • Kids are using chatbots to cyberbully
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Kids are using chatbots to cyberbully

AI learns from people, but its users won’t always opt to teach good over evil – just take the corruption of Microsoft's Tay. SimSimi is an automated chatbot that has found its niche in cyberbullying, calling into question who's responsible when AI morality goes rogue.

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