Commentary: NewsGuard tested ChatGPT’s potential for misinformation. Here’s what we found

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The Oscar-nominated short film “An Ostrich Told Me the World Is Fake and I Think I Believe It” could be the name for Silicon Valley’s latest gift to Western civilization — and to many practitioners of misinformation. The artificial intelligence chatbot ChatGPT has been heralded as if it’s a techno-counterpart to the steam engine or telegraph. But it may also unwittingly generate fakery that cons millions of people and affect the American classroom more than path-breaking educators like Horace Mann and John Dewey. Axios, which prides itself on “going deeper” than its news media competitors, wax…

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