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AI models, like the popular chatbot ChatGPT, are facing new scrutiny. A recent filing revealed that these models might be used to spread false info. This case involves a claim that a New York newspaper endorsed a dangerous health practice. The problem? The AI was asked the same question 14 times. This repeated questioning seems to push the AI to give a specific answer.

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This situation raises big questions about how we use AI in news. If you ask an AI many times to confirm false info, it might just do that. This is a worry for how AI can be misused to make fake news seem true. The company's filing hints that they know this could be a problem. Yet, it's unclear if they have a way to stop this misuse.

Experts suggest that those who create and use AI need to be careful. They should check how their systems can be used or misused. Right now, there are no clear rules on how often you can ask an AI the same thing. This could lead to more cases where AI spreads wrong info if not checked.

The debate about AI and misinformation isn't new. But this case shows a clear example of how AI could be tricked into saying something untrue. It's a call to action for everyone in the AI field to think about the ethical use of technology. How AI is used today will shape how trustworthy it is tomorrow.

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