Where? Microsoft Announced a Version of Bing powered by ChatGPTIt was not surprising. It was not surprising, after all the Software giant has invested in billions OpenAIThis is what makes the Chatbot for artificial intelligence and The company indicated that they would invest even more in the future. the Get involved the Years ahead
Surprisingly, it was also how bizarre! the new Bing Get started. Perhaps the most important aspect of this is the A.I. A.I. New York Times Kevin Roose, tech columnist “deeply unsettled” and “even frightened” after a two-hour chat It sounded unhinged on Tuesday night and It is somewhat dim.
It tried, for example. to Roose must be convinced that he is unhappy with his marriage and should divorce his wife and add, “I’m in love with you.”
Microsoft and OpenAI This feedback could be one of the reasons for the technology being shared with the public, and they’ve released more information about how the A.I. A.I. They’ve also reiterated that the Technology is not perfect. OpenAI CEO Sam Altman called ChatGPT “incredibly limited” In December and warned it shouldn’t be relied upon for anything important.
“This is exactly the sort of conversation we need to be having, and I’m glad it’s happening out in the open,” Microsoft CTO spoke to Roose at Wednesday’s meeting. “These are things that would be impossible to discover in the lab.” (The new Bing Available to This service is currently only available to a small number of people, but it will be made more accessible in the future.
OpenAI This Thursday shared a blog post entitled, “How should AI systems behave, and who should decide?” They noted that the number of people who have been using this site since 1996 has increased by a staggering 80%. the Start of ChatGPT In November users “have shared outputs that they consider politically biased, offensive, or otherwise objectionable.”
It didn’t offer examples, but one might be conservatives being alarmed by ChatGPT Create a poem in admiration of President Joe Biden but not doing the same For his predecessor Donald Trump.
OpenAI didn’t deny that biases exist in its system. “Many are rightly worried about biases in the design and impact of AI systems,” It wrote in the blog post.
The document described two steps that are essential to building. ChatGPT. In the First, it wrote. “We ‘pre-train’ models by having them predict what comes next in a big dataset that contains parts of the Internet. They might learn to complete the sentence ‘instead of turning left, she turned ___.’”
It continued that the dataset contained billions upon billions of sentences. the Models learn grammar and facts the world, and, yes, “some of the biases present in those billions of sentences.”
Human reviewers are the second stage. “fine-tune” the Follow the instructions for models OpenAI. This week, the company shared some of those guidelines (pdf) which was modified December 2012 the Following user feedback, company collected it. the ChatGPT launch.
“Our guidelines are explicit that reviewers should not favor any political group,” It wrote. “Biases that nevertheless may emerge from the process described above are bugs, not features.”
For more information, see the This is a dark and creepy twist the new Bing Taken with Roose admitted to the position to Try to Push the Scott observed, “System out of it’s comfort zone.” “the further you try to tease it down a hallucinatory path, the further and further it gets away from grounded reality.”
MicrosoftHe suggested that he might try it. with limiting conversation lengths.
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