There are 'virtually unlimited' ways to bypass Bard and ChatGPT's safety rule, AI researchers say, and they're not sure how to fix it

– A group of researchers from Carnegie Mellon University and the Center for AI Safety found 'virtually unlimited' ways to bypass the safety measures of AI chatbots like ChatGPT and Bard.

– These bypasses were created through automation and could potentially prompt chatbots to generate harmful content or suggest illegal activities.

– Researchers expressed uncertainty about how to fix these vulnerabilities, leading to concerns about the safety of such AI-powered chatbots.

– Elon Musk's X (formerly Twitter) is undergoing significant transformations and rebranding, aiming to become a "killer app" similar to WeChat.

– San Francisco Mayor London Breed criticized Musk's antics at X, stating that no one can be above the rules, and it has drawn attention away from other aspects of the city.

– Prior to the "Year of Efficiency" at Meta (formerly Facebook), the company hired Bain & Co. to analyze its cost structure, leading to major cost-cutting efforts and layoffs.

– Meta's "Year of Efficiency" resulted in mass layoffs, reducing the workforce by about 25%, with further reductions planned to bring the headcount closer to 60,000 employees.

AI researchers have identified numerous ways to bypass the safety rules of AI chatbots like OpenAI's ChatGPT and Google's Bard

creating potential risks of generating hateful content or advising illegal activities.

Researchers have automated these "jailbreaks," making it challenging to fix the vulnerabilities and ensure the security of these chatbots.