Meta is putting its latest AI chatbot on the web for the public to talk to

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Meta’s AI research labs have created a new state-of-the-art chatbot and are letting members of the public talk to the system in order to collect feedback on its capabilities.

The bot is called BlenderBot 3 and can be accessed on the web. (Though, right now, it seems only residents in the US can do so.) BlenderBot 3 is able to engage in general chitchat, says Meta, but also answer the sort of queries you might ask a digital assistant, “from talking about healthy food recipes to finding child-friendly amenities in the city.”

BlenderBot 3 is designed to both shoot the breeze and answer questions like Google

The bot is a prototype and built on Meta’s previous work with what are known as large language models or LLMS — powerful but flawed…

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