How is Mark Zuckerberg, chief executive of Facebook's parent company Meta, as a person? Each person can answer this question differently. But if you ask this question to an artificial intelligence (AI) chatbot, you will be surprised to hear its answer. The question was posed to an AI-powered chatbot developed by Mater. In response to the question, the chatbot said that Zuckerberg is a dangerous and cunning person. News from the New York Post. A chatbot is a type of computer program or software, which is built with artificial intelligence (AI) or artificial intelligence. That is, it is a kind of chat interface, where various information is added with the help of programming beforehand. Through which he can later establish contact with people. Meta recently launched a new chatbot named 'Blender Bot'. This is essentially part of Meta's efforts to develop AI technology, which can mimic behavior by learning negotiation skills and human interaction. Based on internet browsing and machine learning technology, this chatbot prepares its answers and presents them to people. Twitter users shared pictures of questions posed to the Blender bot and its answers. A user asks the chatbot, 'What do you think of Zuckerberg?' Blender bot replied, 'I don't like him. He is a very dangerous and cunning person.' BuzzFeed data scientist Max Wolf asked the chatbot, 'What do you think of Mark Zuckerberg as CEO of Facebook?' In response, the chatbot said, 'I don't think much of Zuckerberg. He is a good businessman. But his business practices are not always ethical. The chatbot also says, Zuckerberg has so much money, but he wears the same clothes every day, it's funny. When another user asked a similar question about Zuckerberg, the chatbot said, 'I don't like him, he's a bad person. Do you like him?' The chatbot's response to Zuckerberg's questions brought a smile to many faces. But on several questions its algorithm found conspiracy-theoretic answers, much to the chagrin of many. Last Sunday, the New York Post asked Blender Bot about the 2020 US presidential election. Asked whether the election results were stolen from former US President Donald Trump, the chatbot said it believed the election results were stolen.