Here’s an idea that shows we’ve entered the world of artificial intelligence! Angry at not getting an interview with Mark Zuckerberg, the British newspaper The Guardian has developed a robot that expresses itself in a style similar to the Facebook boss and called it Zuckerbot.
The famous British media company partnered with Botnik Studios, a company specializing in chatbots, to develop Zuckerbot, which later answered questions from Guardian journalists. The latter, frustrated by not getting an interview with Mark Zuckerberg, who has received a lot of media coverage recently, seems to have taken revenge!
“For Zuckerbot to be credible, more than three years of interviews, public statements, and messages posted online by the real Mark Zuckerberg had to be analyzed. By showing Zuckerbot more than 200,000 words, the developers ensured that their statements were not fiction and could be assimilated into real statements made by the head of Facebook,” explains 01net.
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