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Alt Right trolls argue for hours with Twitter bot

The internet's army of enraged anime avatars has a new enemy beyond their comprehension: a Twitter bot created by writer and activist Sarah Nyberg to make fools of them. Some lose themselves to hours of interaction, unaware they are ranting at a computer program. She told The Verge via Twitter DM that the bot uses a combination of generative and static statements sourced from the Javascript library Tracery.
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