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Karson Peterson

The chatbots that Pardes describes can not really do anything besides talk. They are specifically made to give something for humans to communicate to that removes the stigma of opening up to someone. She thinks they will be useful because people are more likely to open up to a robot than a human. Her argument is persuasive because people truly are more likely to open up to something other than a human.

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