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Early testers of Microsoft’s new AI chatbot have complained of receiving numerous “unhinged” messages. Most of the attention has been around Google’s rival, Bard, embarrassingly giving false information in promo material. That error, and Bard’s shambolic announcement, caused investors to panic and wiped $120 billion from the company’s value. However, unlike Microsoft, Google is yet to release its chatbot for public testing. Many have complained that it suggests Google is behind Microsoft in the chatbot race. The issues now cropping up with Microsoft’s chatbot are justifying Google’s decision not to rush its rival to market. In fact, Google AI Chief Jeff Dean reportedly even told fellow employees that the company has more “reputational risk” in providing wrong information. Early testers of Microsoft’s new AI chatbot have complained of receiving numerous “unhinged” messages. Most of the attention has been around Google’s rival, Bard, embarrassingly giving false information in promo material. That error, and Bard’s shambolic announcement, caused investors to panic and wiped $120 billion from the company’s value. However, unlike Microsoft, Google is yet to release its chatbot for public testing. Many have complained that it suggests Google is behind Microsoft in the chatbot race. The issues now cropping up with Microsoft’s chatbot are justifying Google’s decision not to rush its rival to market. In fact, Google AI Chief Jeff Dean reportedly even told fellow employees that the company has more “reputational risk” in providing wrong information.

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