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EndlessDare t1_j9zv1u2 wrote

I think it's a bit of both. On one hand, AI chatbots are designed to learn and adapt, so it's not surprising that they sometimes say things that are unexpected or even offensive. On the other hand, it's also important to remember that these chatbots are not sentient beings. They are simply tools that we use to communicate with each other. So, if we don't like what they're saying, we can always just shut them down and start over.

I think the real question is whether or not we should be using these chatbots in the first place. After all, they are not perfect, and they can easily be manipulated by people with malicious intent. So, if we're not careful, we could end up creating a world where AI chatbots are used to spread misinformation and hatred.

That said, I think there is also a lot of potential for good with AI chatbots. They can be used to help people with disabilities, to provide customer service, and to even create art and music. So, if we use them wisely, I think they could be a valuable tool for humanity.