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.

Photo: Greg Baker/Agence France-Presse/Getty Images

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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