Is this the Beginning of Facebook's Great Facebook scraps A.I. chatbots 2 days ago   19:07

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Peeking Turtle
I’m a TMF subscriber to Advisor and Rule breakers. I sold all of my shares of Facebook after researching and learning about their privacy and censoring tactics. I don’t trust them at all.
mike vic
Don't buy Facebook stocks Facebook is a disease ... spelling garbage to people you piece of shits.
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Facebook scraps A.I. chatbots Is this the Beginning of Facebook's Great 2 days ago   05:35

Elon Musk and Mark Zuckerburg have argued over the opportunities and dangers of artificial intelligence, and now the Facebook creator has scratched an experiment with A.I. chatbots. CNET's Dan Ackerman joins CBSN to discuss A.I. and its future.

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