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Still, it’s just a demo and there isn’t much “game” to it at this point.
Bots are already scheduling meetings, ordering meals, and analyzing bank accounts.
They’re now well on their way to becoming our full-time virtual assistants.
It’s a complex question that’s moved to the forefront of debate as emerging technologies make it increasingly possible to interact with artificially intelligent personalities, allowing people to see and talk to individuals who aren’t really there.
The CEO recently unveiled the ‘digital monument’ to her deceased friend Roman Mazurenko, The Verge reports, feeding thousands of text messages to a neural network to create a Luka chatbot in his image.