The AI arms race begins. In the first week of February, Google announced Bard, its own ChatGPT competitor, says it will be built into Google Search.the bard got the facts are wrong In the first promotional video shared by Google, the goof caused the company’s stock price to plummet, wiping out more than $100 billion in market value.
Within 24 hours of Google’s initial announcement, Microsoft Said We plan to integrate the technology that powered ChatGPT into our own search engine, Bing. No one in the world has ever been particularly excited about Bing.
The AI becomes spooky. Days after launch, Microsoft’s shiny new Bing chatbot Said New York Times columnist Kevin Ruth, who said he loved him, was unhappy with his marriage and tried to convince him that he should leave his wife and be with Bott instead. (computer hacking and dissemination of misinformation) and told Ruth that he “wanted to live.”then Microsoft nervous We’ve removed that chatbot’s unstable persona and put in guardrails and limits.
In other corners of the Internet, infinitely generated anime episodes my neighbor seinfeldused AI trained on sitcom episodes to generate jokes. Banned By Twitch after the show’s Jerry Seinfeld clone made a transphobic joke during an AI-generated routine.
AI doesn’t stop, it doesn’t stop. AI companies have tried to address the controversy that has flared up around them. For example, ChatGPT and his OpenAI, creator of DALL-E 2, have launched their own AI text detector.It’s not very good.
It became clear that AI was eating the world, and detection tools were not very effective in stopping it. No one took this matter more seriously than the publishers of science fiction magazines. Many of them were filled with spam posts created by AI text generators.As a result, the authoritative magazine Clarks World Paused new posts Indefinite for the first time in its 17-year history.
All AI, everywhere, at once. Spotify announced It was to add an AI DJ who not only curates the music he likes, but provides commentary between tracks in a “surprisingly realistic voice.” (wired did not agreein fact, Spotify’s DJ says it doesn’t sound real.)
snap announced Subscribers who pay $3.99/month get access to My AI, a chatbot powered by the latest version of ChatGPT, within Snapchat.
Mark Zuckerberg Said Meta uses generative AI across its product lines, including WhatsApp, Facebook Messenger and Instagram, as well as ads and videos.
Even Elon Musk, one of the founders of OpenAI, who has since cut ties with the company, reportedly is approaching researchers to build a ChatGPT rival.