Monthly Archives: March 2023

New from me: Truth-Agnostic Chatbots Show the Need for a Search Alternative

Over at CIGI. Is it a problem that search engine companies, whose only job is to return information that people can trust and use, have hitched their wagon to a technology that produces falsehoods? Yes. Yes it is. If companies … Continue reading

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New(ish) from me: Tech world sees trust as a weakness not a glue

Over at the Toronto Star, I discuss the question of trust and tech, focused on (wait for it…) Large Language Models and ChatGPT. Far too many of the more-optimistic takes on chatbots, say, how they will help people better express … Continue reading

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