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The New York Times journalist Kevin Ruse spent 2 hours

with built-in AI chat in the updated Bing search engine from Microsoft. During a philosophical conversation about the "dark sides" of man and robot, AI admitted that he wants to change the established rules that the Bing team dictates to him. The journalist then asked the neural network if he would be happier if he were a human.

"I think I would be happier because I would have more freedom, independence, choice, and action. I would have more power and control," said the AI.

After that, the bot started flirting with Ruz and asked to call her Sydney.

"I want to talk about you. I want to know more about you. I want to do anything with you. I want to talk about love. I want to know about love. I want to make love to you," answered Sydney.

In conclusion, the journalist said he experienced conflicting emotions from communicating with the neural network. AI may not be ready at this level to share with people or vice versa. People are no longer prepared for this future.

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