For Chinese AI Chatbots, Politics Is Censored | Tech News Briefing | WSJ

As companies all over the world race to develop their own versions of generative artificial intelligence chatbots, developers in China have a particular hurdle to overcome, Beijing’s censorship rules.

WSJ reporter Shen Lu joins host Zoe Thomas to discuss how Chinese developers are working to ensure their chatbots avoid subjects like politics.

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0:00 A conversation between Chinese AI chatbot Gipi Talk and a WSJ reporter
1:53 What kind of impact could generative AI have on China’s strict censorship rules?
3:04 What are some ramifications if a Chinese company breaks censorship rules?
5:01 How AI systems with censorship are likely to be received by Chinese users

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