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Since its introduction, the artificial intelligence chatbot known as Bard at Google has not been a fan favourite among the company’s workers. They referred to it as hastily prepared, poorly executed, and not very Google-like.

According to reports, some of the workers who tested the chatbot have referred to the programme as “a pathological liar” and have pleaded with the corporation to refrain from launching it.

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The concern was brought up at a conversation that included eighteen current and past workers of Google. During these company-wide meetings, one of the employees pointed out how regularly Bard would provide users potentially harmful advise, whether it was about how to land an aeroplane or how to go scuba diving. Another person chimed in, saying, “Bard is worse than useless: please do not launch.”

The multinational technology corporation granted early access to its test chatbot Bard AI in the month of March. Pichai warned staff that the success of the project is now dependent on public testing and then proceeded to provide restricted access to the AI. The corporation intended to more than quadruple the size of the team investigating the moral implications of artificial intelligence in 2021. In order for the internet giant to compete with its competitors like Microsoft and OpenAI, as highlighted in the article published by Bloomberg, the tech giant pushed ethical problems related to the development to the background.

The business dismissed two researchers, Timnit Gebru and Margaret Mitchell, in late 2022 and early 2021 after they produced a research paper disclosing faults in similar AI language systems that support chatbots like Bard. The study was published after the researchers discovered the issues while working for the company.

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Recently, Google CEO Sundar Pichai divulged that the tech giant is going to integrate conversational artificial intelligence (AI) tools to its search engine. These features would allow users to have natural-sounding, human-like conversations with computers. During an interview with The Wall Street Journal, he made the comment that the business is making rapid strides in the area of AI research and development.

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