There is definitely no shortage of relevant training bodies of data out there, as well as neural net frameworks you could probably get running with just a bit of Python or C++ knowledge.
To add to this, you could even just take already-existing posts from a board/subreddit and change a word or two to pass the more basic of spam filters, then repost it.
>but it’s not like they’d ever tell us that.
There is over $100m at stake within that site. If you really think about it, added to their tiny moderation teams, they're really blurring the lines between their project and regular corporate MSM at this point. Mods have been bribed before. What makes you think that certain bot networks aren't *desirable* to Reddit's staff?
Synonyms. Bots suck with synonyms.
Or so it has been vocalised to me.