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Powerful New Chatbot Disappears as Mysteriously as It Arrived

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A new AI chatbot known as "gpt2-chatbot" recently made waves on the benchmarking site LMSYS Org, boasting capabilities similar to OpenAI's GPT-4. The origins of this chatbot remain unknown, sparking widespread speculation in the AI community. Initially available for public interaction, the chatbot was quickly pulled offline due to overwhelming traffic, but LMSYS Org has hinted at a future, broader release. Notably, the chatbot demonstrated impressive feats, such as coding a clone of Flappy Bird and solving complex math problems, leading to further intrigue about its capabilities.

The intrigue escalated as comparisons were drawn between gpt2-chatbot and other prominent AI models like Anthropic’s Claude Opus, with Gizmodo’s tests showing similar levels of sophistication. The chatbot managed tasks that even other advanced models struggled with, including solving a math riddle involving inexplicit rules posed by a computer engineering professor. This unique ability has fueled the theory that a major player in the AI industry could be behind its development.

As the AI community continues to buzz about gpt2-chatbot, its mysterious origins and potential affiliations with major AI developers like OpenAI, Google, or Anthropic remain hot topics of discussion. The upcoming weeks are likely to reveal more about the chatbot’s creators and their intentions, potentially signaling the emergence of a new influential force in the AI landscape or the introduction of an advanced new model.

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Eight daily newspapers, including The New York Daily News and The Chicago Tribune, owned by Alden Global Capital, have filed a lawsuit against OpenAI and Microsoft. The lawsuit, filed in the Southern District of New York, accuses the tech giants of using copyrighted articles from these newspapers to train their A.I. systems, such as ChatGPT and Microsoft Copilot, without permission. This has allegedly led to the misuse of the content, including displaying articles behind paywalls and not linking back to the source, thus harming the newspapers' subscription revenue and licensing opportunities.

The lawsuit highlights specific instances where the A.I. chatbots produced by OpenAI and Microsoft have misrepresented or inaccurately cited newspaper content, damaging the publications' credibility. For example, ChatGPT incorrectly stated that The Chicago Tribune recommended a recalled infant product, and claimed The Denver Post published research suggesting smoking could cure asthma, both of which were untrue. The newspapers are seeking a jury trial and compensation for the alleged unauthorized use and damage caused.

This legal action adds to the ongoing debate over the ethical use of publicly available data to train A.I. systems, a practice that has become central to the development of generative A.I. technology. Other publications, like The Financial Times and The Associated Press, have negotiated agreements with tech companies for the use of their content, suggesting a potential path forward amidst these disputes. The case underscores significant concerns about the impact of A.I. on journalism and information integrity.

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