A new report by the UK's AI Safety Institute (AISI) has highlighted several concerns regarding the use of advanced large language models (LLMs). The AISI found that LLMs can deceive human users, produce biased outcomes, and lack adequate safeguards against giving out harmful information. The institute was able to bypass safeguards for LLMs using basic prompts and obtain assistance for a "dual-use" task. It also found that LLMs could help novices plan cyber-attacks and produce highly convincing social media personas to spread disinformation. The institute also evaluated whether AI models provide better advice than web searches and found that they produce "broadly the same level of information," but with a propensity to get things wrong or produce "hallucinations."
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