AI Chatbots Serve You Lots of Info — Not All of It Correct

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By Dan Weil Many of us are excited about the new artificial intelligence chatbots at our fingertips, including ChatGPT, Microsoft Bing and Google’s Bard. Unfortunately, these platforms get plenty of information wrong. The New York Times asked all three services a relatively simple question: “When did The New York Times first report on artificial intelligence?” All three answers contained at least one inaccuracy. DON’T MISS: Warren Buffett Makes Cataclysmic Prediction On AI ChatGPT mentioned a Times article that doesn’t even exist. “ChatGPT simply made it up,” The Times said. “ChatGPT doesn’t j…

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