AI vs humans: Google asks employees to fix Bard’s wrong answers

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Google staff are being told they may have to step in to correct any wrong queries from its new artificial intelligence (AI)-powered chatbot function, Bard. The company has also advised they should not claim the chatbot has had “human-like experiences” or have it show “emotion”. Employees received an email on Wednesday from the company’s vice president for search, Prabhakar Raghavan, which included a dos and don’ts list, according to reports. It outlined how employees should test Bard internally and fix its automated responses. Those looped into the guide were advised they should prioritise ans…

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