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What is Bots?
Bots are Internet robots that are programmed to assist us. They are ready to answer any question you have, tell you where you may eat, how to get to where you need to go, what is fashionable today, what the weather is like, and much more.
We encounter robots all the time and don’t even realize it. Yandex, for example, unveiled a new news style generated by bots last year. According to Yandex, for the time being, such bots will generate rudimentary news notes based on monitoring and analyzing data from the Web. This revelation piqued the interest of news writers, for whom composing news is their primary source of revenue. Perhaps, in the not-too-distant future, robots will produce not only news, but also analytical essays, and will eventually perform all of our labor. This is achievable because the robot merely needs to download knowledge, but a person needs to spend a significant amount of time studying this or that subject. Yandex news, on the other hand, is far from ideal.
You can talk to the bot about anything, ask questions, get news, and you don’t have to use clichés since he will understand you and respond the way you want. By the way, the answer will be expressed differently for each user/client (individually). The great British sci-fi film Ex Machina came to mind while writing this piece. I recommend seeing it if you are interested in robots and artificial intelligence.
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