Q&A: Things to know about newly released AI search chatbots
How's this different from ChatGPT?
Are they accurate?
Is this the future of the internet?
Don't call them by their name?
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This week saw several newly announced AI search chatbots — Google's Bard, Baidu's Ernie Bot and Microsoft's Bing chatbot. But glitches abound, including inaccurate answers and a phenomenon known as AI "hallucination." Here's a closer look.
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