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Meta Launches New AI Chatbots for Messaging Apps

Meta is launching a host of new AI-powered bots across its messaging apps, including WhatsApp, Messenger, and Instagram. The bots are available for select users in beta in the US as of today.

Meta's New AI Chatbots

Meta is angling for a seat at the AI chatbot table, launching a host of new AI-powered bots across its messaging apps, including WhatsApp, Messenger, and Instagram. They're available for select users in beta in the US as of today.

The bots are designed to perform a variety of tasks, from customer service to entertainment. For example, one bot can help you book a flight, while another can tell you a joke. Meta is also partnering with third-party developers to create bots for specific purposes, such as shopping or food delivery.

The launch of these new chatbots comes as Meta is facing increasing competition from other tech companies, including Google and Amazon, which have already launched their own AI chatbots. Meta is hoping that its new bots will help it to maintain its dominance in the messaging market.

However, some experts are skeptical about whether the new chatbots will be successful. They point out that Meta has a history of launching new features that only see limited adoption. Additionally, there are concerns about the privacy and security of chatbots, which could collect a significant amount of data about their users.

Only time will tell whether Meta's new chatbots will be a hit with users. However, the launch of these bots is a sign that Meta is taking AI seriously and is looking for ways to incorporate it into its products and services.

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