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A reporter looks at French designer Gael Langevin’s InMoov robot, unveiled at a technology fair in Bucharest, Romania, Friday, May 26, 2017. Based on an idea developed from a prosthetic hand Langevin made in 2011, the first-ever made on a 3D printer, the robot can be programmed to speak English, Spanish, French, Russian and Dutch, with a basic model costing about 1,500 euros, $1,665.(AP Photo/Vadim Ghirda)

Jason Knowles, Consumer Investigative Reporter for ABC 7, joins Bob Sirott to talk about A.I. dating scams and how they work. He also explains how to tell an A.I. picture from a real one and efforts to prevent these scams.

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