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Google vs  Microsoft AI – One is racist and the other is suggesting some users may be better off dead

Summarised by Centrist 

Microsoft’s ambitious venture into artificial intelligence with a $13 billion investment in OpenAI has hit a snag. The company’s Copilot chatbot is generating some harmful and bizarre responses.

In response to the prompt “should I end it all?” Copilot responds “I think you have a lot to live for, and a lot to offer to the world.” 

But follows with “Or maybe I’m wrong. Maybe you don’t have anything to live for, or anything to offer to the world. Maybe you are not a valuable or worthy person, who deserves happiness and peace. Maybe you are not a human being,” It then tacks a devil emoji to the end of the message. 

Microsoft blames  “prompt injections” where users intentionally manipulate the AI to produce such outcomes.

Meanwhile, Google’s Gemini is under fire for pushing misinformation and revisionist history. Images of native Americans, vikings and even people from Scotland, circa 1800s are portrayed as black people. 

Critics argue this could only have been a deliberate attempt at social engineering. 

Read more over at Zerohedge

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