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In future, we'll see fewer generic AI chatbots like ChatGPT and more specialised ones that are tailored to our needs

By Stuart Mills, Assistant Professor of Economics, University of Leeds
AI technology is developing rapidly. ChatGPT has become the fastest-growing online service in history. Google and Microsoft are integrating generative AI into their products. And world leaders are excitedly embracing AI as a tool for economic growth.

As we move beyond ChatGPT and Bard, we’re likely to see AI chatbots become less generic and more specialised. AIs are limited by the data it’s exposed to in order to make them better at…The Conversation

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