Microsoft will pay you $15,000 if you get Bing AI to go off the rails

Do you believe you can trick an AI into saying things it shouldn’t? Microsoft is placing a large wager that you cannot, and it will reimburse you if you are mistaken. Microsoft revealed a new “bug bounty” program on its blog, promising to pay security researchers anywhere from $2,000 to $15,000 for discovering “vulnerabilities” in its Bing AI products, such as...

Microsoft is considering tiny nuclear reactors because it needs so much power to train their AI

Large language model training is a very power-intensive procedure with a high carbon footprint. Data centers need an absurdly high amount of electricity to function, which, depending on where that energy comes from, might result in significant greenhouse gas emissions. According to The Verge, Microsoft is now planning to move forward with a plan to power them using nuclear reactors since it is...


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