Google’s parent company loses more than $100 billion over wrong AI answer

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Google’s parent company lost more than $100 billion in its market value after chatbot Bard got an answer wrong. The tech giant’s new AI machine has been released to a team of specialist testers and is yet to be rolled out to the public, but investors wiped a fortune off the value of the search engine’s parent firm Alphabet after experts pointed out Bard’s error while answering a question about space photography. Promotional material for Bard – Google’s competitor to Microsoft-backed ChatGPT – contained a mistake in the response by the chatbot to the query: “What new discoveries from the James …

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