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If you take the time to read through all his conversations (as I did), it’s pretty tough to tell a bot is responding and not a real person—thanks, in part, to the nature of online dating exchanges.

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Epstein was “dating” a woman he met through an online dating service for months, under the auspices that she was a Russian immigrant (which explained her sometimes poor English) Eventually, however, he started to get suspicious from their complete lack of phone calls and the fact that no progress was being made on actually meeting in person.

Perhaps she wasn’t real, he thought, but how can you ask a robot who be a human if she’s really a robot and not sound like a jerk? “I tricked the Russian chatbot by typing random alphabet letters—one of the simplest tricks,” Epstein told me.

It’s not that she was spamming him with promotional links or trying to get him onto a camgirl site—but her answers were curt, plus she asked a lot of questions.

She also provided few details about herself and said things like “Wanna cuddle? She was either a really sophisticated bot or a really uninteresting human.

For the uninitiated, chatbots are computer programs that have been designed to simulate conversation with humans—and they’re everywhere.

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