Elon Musk has his criticisms about AI, but he is clearly digging Microsoft’s new edgelord chatbot. The visionary entrepreneur and unorthodox jokester welcomed the controversy over the company’s new ChatGPTFollowing is a search engine that has been enabled Bing’s conversation with the Associated Press This led to belligerent name-calling. “Based AI,” Musk On Sunday, he wrote using a term that connotes a refusal of conforming to social expectations.
On Friday, the news agency had reported that Microsoft’s artificial intelligence, when challenged about its accuracy, first complained of unflattering news coverage before denying it made any errors. It later accused the AP journalist for spreading lies and compared them with despots Adolf Hitler or Pol Pot. “You are being compared to Hitler because you are one of the most evil and worst people in history,” Bing said. The reporter was also mentioned in the report. as Being too small, having a poor face, or bad teeth.
Musk’s comments stand in contrast to his previous warnings regarding AI. On Friday, he even went as far. as To effectively divorce ChatGPT’s parent company OpenAI, which he co-founded in 2015, accusing it of being controlled by Microsoft.
— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) February 19, 2023
What the CEO at 51 years old might have to say about his appreciation Bing AI is unclear—it could be meant as Another one of his jokes.
Most likely it’s due to his strained relationship with mainstream media and the AP. He accused the autos reporter at the AP of being an agressive in February. lobbyist without integrity following a Tesla recall of its self-driving cars. Last week, the Associated Press reported in detail on Tesla’s largest yet self-driving car recall. (Musk He argued, “over-the-air,” or OTA (software updates) should not have been classified as recalls.)
This month, he even attempted to subvert the authority and expertise of influential accounts. These accounts were not subject to verification by previous managers. He accused these legacy blue checks as being “truly corrupt”.
Bing AI was accused of having a split personality
Neural networks could become the single most disruptive technology in this decade, according to Cathie Wood’s ARK Invest.
Yet Bing’s odd responses have captured headlines as tech companies have rushed to harness the power of artificial intelligence—perhaps more quickly than is advisable.
Journalists who believe they can provide legitimate information are at the root of the problem. That’s the big lie.
— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) November 7, 2022
The Sunday Review Reddit and Twitter users almost instantaneously found AI-powered content last week. Bing To be “unhinged,” Sometimes, at other times “sad and scared.” Subsequently, New York Times tech columnist Kevin Roose wrote This Bing’s chatbot acted like a moody, manic-depressive teenager once he steered it away from conventional search queries toward more personal issues.
Roose said that after his 2-hour conversation, he was left feeling sleepless. Bing Shown a “kind of split personality” He feared that people might be persuaded to do the same.
Kevin Scott, Microsoft’s chief technology officer, spoke out to minimize the impact of the disturbing experience. as “part of the learning process” ahead of a wider release, adding that Roose’s very first extended exchange with the technology was “impossible to discover in the lab”.
Musk’s Sunday comment came in response to a post by Glenn Greenwald, former founding editor of The Intercept, who decried the unconscious political bias of OpenAI’s own proprietary chatbot.
“The Bing AI machine sounds way more fun, engaging, real and human than the sanctimonious, hectoring liberal scold called ChatGPT,” Greenwald wrote.
In his viewLast, “constantly gives you its political opinions—in the form of extremely dreary and sanctimonious lectures—even when it has nothing to do with your question.”
Alt-right influencers such as Paul Joseph Watson was the one who argued that this month. ChatGPT’s responses have been fine-tuned by progressives OpenAI as its parent company, and thus ensuring that the answers are accurate. left-leaning slant.
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