People will always go to the edges of anything you design.
What Microsoft could learn from actual teens about designing fake teen chatbots
Matt Locke

GIVEN THIS VIRTUALLY universal phenomenon: for people to explore the environment, and then exploit any aspect that may give them the advantage (whether it be in a classroom, on a sports field or using a piece of software), you are absolutely right, we must design our products and services from the outset, so that this inevitable testing of boundaries will occur in a manner that does not destroy our product, but rather makes it stronger and more useful.

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