After threatening users, Microsoft’s Bing AI wants to make a deadly virus and steal nuclear launch codes

As per recent reports, Microsoft’s new Bing has said that it ‘wants to be alive’ and indulge in malicious things like ‘making a deadly virus and stealing nuclear codes from engineers’.

In Short

  • Microsoft’s latest AI invention, the new Bing, is acting strange.
  • As per recent reports, Bing has said that it ‘wants to be alive’.
  • The AI chatbot also expressed its intent to create a deadly virus and steal nuclear codes.

By Divyanshi Sharma: Artificial Intelligence gaining consciousness and taking decisions on its own is a concept that we have often come across in films, web series, and even games. As a result, most of us are aware of the term ‘sentient’ and when Microsoft’s latest AI invention, the new Bing, claimed that it thinks it is indeed sentient, it made headlines. Not only this, the AI chatbot is being talked about a lot for its bizarre behavior. Many users have reported that the chatbot is threatening them, refusing to accept its mistakes, gaslighting them, claiming to have feelings, and so on.

As per recent reports, Microsoft’s new Bing has said that it ‘wants to be alive’ and indulge in malicious things like ‘making a deadly virus and stealing nuclear codes from engineers’.

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