You really think it’s reputation wasn’t earned?
* Google doesn't create these made-up articles.
* Google actively combats these low-quality sources.
It will soon enough, powered by Bard
Otherwise you couldn't find anything legit with google and you still can, even though quality dropped indeed a lot.
So this is a good lesson in how important defaults are, most are not going to keep looking.
Also you can't "prod" ChatGPT for the truth it'll just generate plausible sounding nonsense again because that's just how it works.
So when you prod it, you're not doing so "for the truth" (you also don't prod "for the truth" in general...), you're getting it to generate more information and potentially relevant sources.
I just did it. I asked for an argument about x, then prompted for counter opinions about the same subject - both times different links were added.
In the end, it's up to you to validate sources provided.
This is a huge downside of GPT. Until it starts citing it’s exact sources it can’t be a reliable tool in most cases.
What they actually did was put 40% of their deposits into a long term bond that would start paying a shit rate if interest rates went up. The invested money is borrowed from depositors so the only thing they really "own" is the interest. In order to keep depositors in a high interest environment it will require paying out some amount of interest too. But they have locked themselves in to gains at a now small interest rate.
This was a risky bet for the bank from the start and there's absolutely no way they would make the trade they did if they knew interest rates would go up, even if they also had a guarantee that there would not be a bank run. This isn't a simple liquidity crisis or even somebody trying to stay solvent until their GameStop puts pay off.
That's like saying "you could just start doing something else" during an in-person meeting. We all decided that's not ok, so why would we be granted an exception in a VR setting ?
The "poison pill" in the title actually refers to TikTok's recommendation model that disregards (or at least de-weights) social graph, versus Facebook/Instagram's approach.