Child advice chatbots fail to spot sexual abuse Two mental health chatbot apps have required updates after struggling to handle reports of child sexual abuse.
In tests, neither Wysa nor Woebot told an apparent victim to seek emergency help.
The BBC also found the apps had problems dealing with eating disorders and drug use.
The Children's Commissioner for England said the flaws meant the chatbots were not currently "fit for purpose" for use by youngsters. BBC News