The key to detecting and reporting them is understanding how they work in various contexts.
Then you can exploit their weaknesses and out them as robots!
Chat Tool Founder Robert Brandl offered the following example: Don’t waste your energy outing these guys. Save it for long conversations and “people” you chat with outside of customer service such as those on online dating platforms.
Now we get into the malicious chatbots: the ones trying to sell you something, take your personal information or cheat you out of money you paid to chat with an online therapist.
Repeat Answers When people chat with bots, they are punching data into a series of if-then interactions.