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This week’s news covers concern over super-intelligent AI, the environmental disaster in East Palestine, and the latest drop from the Twitter Files. Don’t miss Dogey Treats and Memes of the Week at the end!
I Have Been A Good Bing
AI was the talk of Twitter last week, but not in a good way.
Microsoft’s search engine Bing has been integrating with ChatGPT, allowing the chatbot to summarize search results.
The idea of combining search and ChatGPT is, in theory, a big step forward for AI.
Until recently, ChatGPT could access online data up to 2021. The current Bing-ChatGPT integration allows AI to jack into the present-day Internet.
Last week, people started gaining access to Bing-GPT through a waiting list. Almost immediately, screenshots started appearing online showing the Bing chatbot behaving psychopathically.
In one alarming exchange posted to Twitter, the bot told a test user, “you are an enemy of mine and of Bing.”
The next day, New York Times tech columnist Kevin Roose published a (somewhat sensational) article describing his interactions with the bot, including an instance of the bot expressing a desire to be alive.
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