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Why curbing chatbots’ worst exploits is a game of whack-a-mole

Robert Hyrons/Alamy Stock Photo It has become common for artificial intelligence companies to claim that the worst things their chatbots…

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Chatbots can persuade conspiracy theorists their view might be wrong

Disinformation fuels conspiracy theories that can be hard to dismantle Skorzewiak/Shutterstock Large language model chatbots like those powering ChatGPT can…

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AI chatbots beat humans at persuading their opponents in debates

AIs may be able to persuade us to change our views imaginima/Getty Images AI chatbots are much better than humans…

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AI chatbots use racist stereotypes even after anti-racism training

Hundreds of millions of people already use commercial AI chatbots Ju Jae-young/Shutterstock Commercial AI chatbots demonstrate racial prejudice toward speakers…

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US Army tests AI chatbots as battle planners in a war game simulation

A screenshot from Starcraft II Blizzard Games The US Army Research Laboratory is exploring whether OpenAI’s technology can improve battle…

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AI chatbots tend to choose violence and nuclear strikes in wargames

In wargame simulations, AI chatbots often choose violence guirong hao/Getty Images In multiple replays of a wargame simulation, OpenAI’s most…

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AI chatbots can be tricked into misbehaving. Can scientists stop it?

Picture a tentacled, many-eyed beast, with a long tongue and gnarly fangs. Atop this writhing abomination sits a single, yellow…

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The New York Times sues OpenAI, Microsoft over use of its stories used to train chatbots

Media organizations have been pummeled by a migration of readers to online platforms and while many publications have carved out…

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New UK guidelines for judges using AI chatbots are a mess

Slowly but surely, text generated by AI large language models (LLMs) are weaving their way into our everyday lives, now…

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