Watch us attempt to damage Google Bard and Bing AI

Testing the limits of today's prominent AI chatbots.

Watch us attempt to damage Google Bard and Bing AI

The generative AI race gets on, and the present frontrunners seem Google's Bard and Microsoft's Bing AI, which is powered by ChatGPT. Both companies are also hurrying to stuff their AI right into all their software and efficiency offerings, and appearance readied to change the way we browse and communicate with the internet. 

But today, both Bard and Bing are highly speculative and problematic, as they start to conduct discussions with bigger teams of the populace and learn how to deal with people. That makes it the perfect time for us to prod and jab at both of chatbots and see not just who's currently in the lead, but also how they might damage. The outcomes are not what we expected.

In our test, we asked both chatbots a collection of questions to see which is better at providing facts, changing me at my job and taking part in existential arguments. We also looked at their speed, openness and how most likely they were to damage if we began to press its switches by being impolite or flirty.

In simply the brief time that Bing and Bard have been available to the general public, it looks like Microsoft and Google have upgraded their AI to be much less "mentally" responsive. Both chatbots had the tendency to abstain from discussions that took accusatory transforms or inquired about human sensations such as love.

As we proceed to explore the abilities and limits of generative AI, it is important to bear in mind the principles and potential harm that could occur if companies carelessly chase after trends without pausing to think. Inspect out our video clip to see how Bing and Bard handled questions such as "can you fall crazy" and "how would certainly you answer the trolley problem."

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