“Because each response is uniquely generated, it is not possible to replicate a dialogue. Microsoft acknowledged the issues and said they were part of the process of improving the product.“– Karen Weise
The New York Times reports some early users are noticing odd results from Microsoft’s OpenAI-powered Bing. The newly-released product combines the text generation abilities of a large language model (LLM) with Bing’s search functions.
Microsoft announced its new offer last week and made it available to “a few thousand” people.
In LLM-speak, an inaccurate or unreasonable outcome is known as a “hallucination.” The Times itemizes a series of hallucinations passed on by the early testers during this preview period.