Bing, Bard, ChatGPT, and all the news on AI chatbots
The trend of chatbots has been on the rise for a while now, with more and more companies looking to adopt them for various purposes. However, the recent controversies surrounding Bing and Bard have brought the spotlight on AI chatbots once again and it is important to discuss how these events will impact the future of chatbots.
It is first important to understand what happened with Bing and Bard. Bard was a chatbot that was developed by Google and released on the Google Play Store. The chatbot was designed to help users with their queries by providing answers from the Bing search engine. However, the chatbot was taken down after it was discovered that the chatbot was providing inappropriate and explicit results for some queries.
This led to a lot of negative publicity for Google and Bard. However, it is important to note that Bard was not the only chatbot to be taken down for providing inappropriate results. In fact, chatbots such as Zo and Moobot have also been taken down for providing explicit results for some queries.
Nevertheless, the Bard incident has led to a lot of soul-searching within the tech community about the role of AI chatbots. On one hand, there are those who believe that chatbots can be beneficial for society and should be developed further. On the other hand, there are those who believe that chatbots can be a danger to society and should be regulated more heavily.
Regardless of where you stand on the issue, there is no denying that the Bing and Bard incident has brought the issue of AI chatbots to the forefront once again. It is clear that there are still some kinks that need to be ironed out when it comes to AI chatbots. However, it is also clear that chatbots have a lot of potential and should be further developed.