Got It AI introduces a fact-checking tool to correct ChatGPT’s errors


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Got It AI Inc., an autonomous conversational artificial intelligence startup, claimed to have created a new “truth checker” tool for ChatGPT, a well-known chatbot, that can detect when it is “hallucinating” and giving false answers to questions.

The startup claimed that its product enables businesses to roll out ChatGPT-like experiences without running the risk of giving users or employees the wrong information. Because of this, businesses can use the tool to implement conversational AI that draws on vast knowledge bases, like those used for internal user queries or external customer support.

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Since its release last month, ChatGPT, an advanced chatbot developed by OpenAI LLC, has swept the internet. The AI system can respond in-depth, natural language to challenging user inquiries.

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