The bank quant who wants to stop GenAI hallucinating

Wells Fargo model risk chief thinks he has found a way to validate large language models

Ever since generative artificial intelligence reached mainstream consciousness, the idea of bot hallucinations has sparked a mix of concern and amusement. As long as the practical uses for generative AI were limited, the concern was mostly theoretical. However, fears are mounting as robo-generated falsehoods have led to a slew of lawsuits for offences ranging from defamation to negligence. 

In one instance, Air Canada was ordered last month to compensate a customer after its AI chatbot offered

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