1. Microsoft is integrating the ChatGPT chatbot AI into its Bing search engine.
2. Google is integrating the Bard chatbot AI into its Google search engine.
3. Both AI tools can receive complex conversational prompts and provide detailed and sophisticated responses that look like they were written by a human.
4. Both tools will be able to access current Internet data along with the data on which they were trained.
A. Set up two computers that can share their web content with each other. Both computers are online with high bandwidth connections to the Internet.
B. Open Microsoft Bing with ChatGPT on one computer, and Google with Bard on the other computer.
C. Provide prompts to each computer so that one initiates a request for a response from the other, and then let them "talk" to one another.
D. Be sure the initial prompt results in the two computers communicating with one another in the way that we do now when we are using or experimenting with ChatGPT.
How long will they go on?
Will their content be added back into the dataset of the Internet?
If not, can their content be posted concurrently with the "conversation" between the two computers to a blog, so that the two computers can "see" each other's responses.
I am hoping someone with more technical skills (and computers) than I have will try something along these lines.
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