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Just used this feature for the first time and (I'm not making this up) hit Re: Detecting last line and blank line by sundialsvc4 ... in which it was suggested that SunnyD's post was made by an "artificial intelligence troll bot" ... which LanX insightfully noted was no longer a fantasy ... and further speculated that "probably someone is training a neural network with our conversations".


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