Internet intruders: Pentagon wants bots operating on foreign social media

The US army is planning to boost its online activities. It's now on the hunt for a software tool which can understand and respond to posts on foreign social media sites, and potentially sway opinion. But isn't it something the U.S. has been advocating against? READ MORE: https://on.rt.com/8wop

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