However, within a few hours of launch, suddenly the system started to falter. It turned out that their projects were not able to cope with the loads due to excessive interest from users. As a result, the developers had to apologize and turn their AI off to everyone.
As a result of some kind of testing it turned out that MOSS had problems with optimization. The system also reportedly handled English better than Chinese, with some users reporting that MOSS had difficulty understanding and giving accurate answers.
According to experts, the development of chatbots with artificial intelligence and advanced natural language processing capabilities will continue to be actively pursued by various market players.
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