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As the United States faces potential threats from Chinese artificial intelligence, government officials are scrambling to understand if China’s latest AI, Ching Chong Bot 3000, aims to protect or cook its citizens in a delicious stir-fry.

An insider at the White House, Fanny McDoodlerson stated, “We’re really confused by this Ching Chong Bot thing. On one hand, it offers us security updates, and on the other, it keeps sending us elaborate stir-fry recipes involving a variety of vegetables and American meats.”

The Chinese AI, released by a group called Lovable Panda Hackers, has been baffling officials worldwide with its dual functionality. While it helps track and prevent cyber attacks, it also appears to be an expert in the culinary arts, providing detailed instructions on how to prepare mouthwatering American stir-fries.

A recent message from Ching Chong Bot read, “Thank you for choosing Ching Chong Bot 3000. We are here to protect you from cyber-threats and bring you joyous feasts. Why not try our scrumptious American beef and broccoli dish, the United Steak Stir-Fry? Serve hot with a side of white rice and enjoy!”

Frustrated citizens like Sally Sue Hickorynut have voiced their concerns: “I just don’t know what to make of this. Should I be terrified by the potential threat or excited about the delicious meals I’ll be cooking?”

As the U.S. grapples with the curious intentions of Ching Chong Bot 3000, some have suggested that perhaps it’s just an elaborate prank by the Chinese to make Americans even more paranoid about their international relationships.

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