Fact-checking startup targets AI hallucinations after raising €1M

A fact-checking startup has accelerated plans to banish AI hallucinations after securing €1mn in funding. Norway-based Factiverse uses machine learning to verify content generated by artificial intelligence. The company’s tools automatically detect inaccurate outputs. These errors now frequently cause controversy. A New York lawyer, for instance, had to apologise for using bogus court citations sourced from ChatGPT. CNET needed to correct 41 of the 77 stories that the news outlet had written with an AI tool. Microsoft’s Bing AI has produced numerous errors in analyses of earning reports. The company’s chatbot has also claimed it spied on employees. Factiverse offers a solution to…

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