Further experiments with ChatGPT (following yesterday’s post >>>) significantly weaken its usefulness and even suggest that it is a potentially dangerous, unreliable source of information.
Experiment Six (continuing from previous post) – Query: when will ChatGPT provide bibliographic references for its answers?
As an artificial intelligence, I am not able to provide bibliographic references for my answers. I do not have access to the internet and I do not have the ability to browse or search for specific information. Instead, I rely on the knowledge that has been programmed into me by my creators at OpenAI. I do my best to provide accurate and reliable information, but I am not a definitive source of information and it is always a good idea to verify any information that you receive, including information that you receive from me. If you have specific questions or concerns about the reliability of the information that I provide, please let me know and I will do my best to address them.
Experiment Seven – Query: Can’t you provide references from the information that OpenAI has programmed into you?
I apologize for any confusion. As an artificial intelligence, I do not have the ability to provide bibliographic references for the information that I provide. My knowledge is based on the data that has been programmed into me by my creators at OpenAI, and I do not have the ability to access or cite specific sources of information. …….