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Japan’s Beloved AI Schoolgirl Falls Into Suicidal Depression

Artificial intelligence systems keep getting stranger and stranger. AI systems have recently begun working as lawyers, writing nightmarishly odd pop songs, and even learning how to hunt down and kill humans – in video games, for the time being. Not all AI developments foreshadow doom and gloom...
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