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David D'Souza
Modern . Do you discipline someone if they make lewd comments to your chatbot? One for and
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David D'Souza 14 Aug 19
Some more questions here.
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Greg Hobbs 13 Aug 19
Are you asking from an ethics standpoint, a professionalism standpoint or just human behaviour?
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David D'Souza 13 Aug 19
Yes
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Adam Learning 13 Aug 19
I may have done this... I was frustrated it seemed not to work so I asked if it was alive and sent it a gif of Frankenstein. I was gently told that the chatbot posts are shared to most of the company but only a selected few knows who posted it. A week later the chatbot died.
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David D'Souza 13 Aug 19
Different type of frustration here...
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N Shackleton-Jones 14 Aug 19
When are you going to start asking the real question, DDS: ‘Under what circumstances would you discipline your chatbot?’
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David D'Souza 14 Aug 19
I'd have to ask it. It's circular.
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Magda Mucharzewska Aug 23
Let the chatbot sack them all 😂
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David D'Souza Aug 23
Ouch
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Rita Makana Risser Chai, Esq. 13 Aug 19
If they are overheard by humans, yes
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David D'Souza 13 Aug 19
It would be written.
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