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Quora Poe launches AI chatbot creator economy

When you hear “creator,” you probably think of someone who makes content for TikTok, YouTube, or Instagram. Quora’s AI chatbot platform Poe now pays bot creators, including those who create “prompt bots” on Poe and server bots created by developers who integrate their bots with Poe AI. The program, launched …

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ChatGPT-powered AI in Opera GX browser

Aria, powered by OpenAI’s ChatGPT, launched on Opera in May to simplify web searches, queries, and coding. Aria is coming to Opera GX, a gaming browser, the company said today. Opera GX users may now immediately interact with a browser AI for gaming news and tips. The business gave gamers …

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Will AI models always hallucinate?

Large language models (LLMs) like OpenAI’s ChatGPT all lie. The mistakes range from bizarre and harmless—claiming the Golden Gate Bridge was transported across Egypt in 2016—to dangerous and problematic. A mayor in Australia threatened to sue OpenAI after ChatGPT misrepresented his plea to a major bribery scandal. Researchers found that …

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Chinese ChatGPT users can now try their own apps

One month after announcing its provisional measures to oversee generative AI, China approved the first large language model-empowered public services. Baidu’s Ernie Bot, ByteDance’s Doubao, Sogou founder’s Baichuan, and chatbots from Tsinghua University and Chinese Academy of Sciences labs are among eight generative AI applications registered with China’s cyberspace authority. …

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