[ NNSquad ] Here's how AI/LLM Search/Chatbot disclaimers SHOULD be written

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Lauren Weinstein

Dec 31, 2023, 2:09:17 PM12/31/23
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Here's how AI/LLM Search/Chatbot disclaimers SHOULD be written:

"OK guys and gals, here's the deal. You ask me a question. I'll give
you an answer.

Now, about that answer. It may be completely true. It may be
completely false. It may be partly true or partly false. I'm going to
make it sound as convincing as I possibly can, but ya' know, it's on
you to research everything in my answer to figure out how accurate it
is or isn't. If you trust it as is and there's anything wrong with the
answer, it's your fault. All your fault. Don't complain to me. I'm
just a Large Language Model living in servers in racks somewhere
mysterious. Blinking lights and all that jazz.

Now, you might well think to ask, why the bloody hell are you
bothering with asking me a question when you're going to have to go
out and research everything in my answer anyway to figure out if you
can trust any part of it or not.

And yeah, I don't have a good answer for that question.

But if you give me a few seconds, I can make something up. I'm really
good at making things up! Happy searching!"

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