Entrepreneur and investor Mark Cuban has said on a recent episode of "The Problem with Jon Stewart" podcast that chatbots like the Microsoft-backed ChatGPT and Google's upcoming Bard may be fun, but he's not ready to trust them. they. Cuban noted that online misinformation will only get worse as artificial intelligence platforms evolve and spread. Currently, disinformation is spread through social networks like Facebook or Twitter, but with chatbots like ChatGPT, the machines are in control. Cuban also pointed out that it is difficult to know why and how the machine makes decisions and who controls them. Although millions of users have tested ChatGPT, the technology is still not proving to be smarter than the average human. There are many mistakes in ChatGPT, such as wrong answers to math problems, refusing to answer basic riddles and "freaking out", or completely making up historical figures and events. You can also contradict yourself by providing different answers to the same question. Microsoft recognizes that the technology behind ChatGPT is not perfect and may misrepresent information. Mark Cuban shares the concern with his tech colleague Steve Wozniak, but other industry figures are enthusiastic about the technology's long-term possibilities.
...for example, you've talked about how AI and chatbots like ChatGPT can be a valuable tool in fighting misinformation and promoting the truth. But he has also pointed out the importance of being cautious and critical of the information that is obtained from chatbots and AI. Mark Cuban and other tech industry experts are divided on the reliability of chatbots like ChatGPT and Bard. While the technology still has a long way to go in terms of accuracy and reliability, there is significant potential to use them in the near future. However, it is important to be critical and verify the information obtained from these chatbots before making decisions based on it.