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Why more people are turning to artificial intelligence for companionship

Shakespeare may have written that “music be the food of love,” but increasingly these days, the language of this very real emotion may be spoken with artificial intelligence. Haleluya Hadero, who covers technology and internet culture for the Associated Press, joins Ali Rogin to discuss this growing phenomenon in the search for companionship.

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