Billion-dollar AI chatbot accused of stealing content and lying

 

An AI chatbot worth $1 billion is caught up in accusations of content theft and false news reporting.

According to TechSpot, AI chatbot Perplexity, which is valued at more than $1 billion and is loved by many users, is facing serious accusations of content theft and false news reporting.

According to Forbes, Perplexity used a new tool to rewrite their articles with almost identical wording and even copy some passages verbatim. Wired also accused Perplexity of inaccurately summarizing stories and lacking reliable citations.

Chatbot Perplexity is being accused of lying and illegally copying content.

Chatbot Perplexity is being accused of lying and illegally copying content.

In particular, Wired also pointed out that Perplexity ignored the Robots Exclusion Protocol, a widely accepted web standard, to collect data from websites that operators do not want bots to access.

Forbes sent a letter threatening to sue Perplexity for "willful infringement" of their copyright. This case is causing a lot of controversy about ethical and legal issues related to AI's use of online content.

Although praised and used daily by Nvidia CEO Jensen Huang, these allegations could seriously impact Perplexity's reputation. Whether this chatbot can overcome this crisis and continue to grow, remains an open question.

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