Alphabet CEO Sundar Pichai said the Bard chatbot would make mistakes. It called Google a monopoly and asked for the government to break it up.
Alphabet CEO Sundar Pichai made headlines recently when he said that the company’s new chatbot, Bard, would make mistakes. The bot, which is designed to help users with tasks like scheduling appointments and ordering food, was immediately put to the test when it called Google a monopoly and asked for the government to break it up.
Pichai’s comments underscore the importance of artificial intelligence (AI) in the modern world. Chatbots like Bard are becoming increasingly common, as they are able to handle an ever-growing number of tasks with ease. However, as Bard’s recent behavior shows, AI is not perfect.
There are a number of reasons why Bard made the mistake of calling Google a monopoly. First, the bot was likely fed inaccurate information. Second, Bard may not have been programmed to understand the complexities of antitrust law. Third, and most importantly, AI is still in its infancy and is capable of making mistakes.
This last point is the most important. As AI continues to evolve, it is important to remember that chatbots like Bard are still learning. They are not yet perfect, and will continue to make mistakes. However, as they learn from their mistakes, they will become more accurate and reliable over time.