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'I want to be human, not a bot': Microsoft's Bing AI is anything but...

Microsoft's new Bing search engine, which is powered by artificial intelligence, has been offering an array of inaccurate and at times bizarre responses to some users

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A week after it was released to a few thousand users, Microsoft’s new Bing search engine, which is powered by artificial intelligence, has been offering an array of inaccurate and at times bizarre responses to some users.

The company unveiled the new approach to search last week to great fanfare. Microsoft said the underlying model of generative artificial Intelligence (AI) built by its partner, the start-up OpenAI, paired with its existing search knowledge from Bing, would change how people found information and make it far more relevant and conversational.

In two days, more than a million people requested access. Since then, interest

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First Published: Feb 16 2023 | 10:45 PM IST

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