In conversations with CNN Business this week, the chatbot, which was released publicly Friday and has been dubbed BlenderBot 3, said it identifies as ‘alive’ and ‘human’ It also falsely claimed that Donald Trump is still president and there is ‘definitely a lot of evidence’ that the election was stolen. Users were quick to point out that the artificial intelligence-powered bot openly blasted Facebook. The colorful responses show the limitations of building automated conversational tools, which are typically trained on large amounts of public online data. ‘If I have one message to people, it’s don’t take these things seriously,’ Gary Marcus, an AI researcher and New York University professor emeritus, told CNN Business. ‘These systems just don’t understand the world’ . . .