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Users show Microsoft Bing’s ChatGPT AI going off the deep end

What you need to know

  • Some users of Microsoft’s new Bing chatbot have experienced the AI making bizarre responses that are hilarious, creepy, or often times both.
  • These include instances of existential dread, aggressive accusations, and unsettling confessions of love.
  • The new Bing is starting to roll out to more and more early testers, which will hopefully help Microsoft’s engineers stop strange responses like these from occurring.

One of February’s largest tech developments has been the arrival of Microsoft’s new ChatGPT-powered Bing, a version of the search engine that incorporates an updated version of the powerful OpenAI language model. With the new Bing and its AI chatbot, users can get detailed, human-like responses when asking questions or bringing up conversation topics.

The new Bing is undeniably very impressive, and as you’d expect, plenty of people want to try it for themselves. Over 1 million people signed up for the new Bing in 48 hours after its release, and now that many of those individuals are getting access, the revamped search engine is being tested on a worldwide scale. For most, the chatbot is behaving as you’d expect it to, responding to inquiries and other dialogues reasonably and informatively.


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