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China’s EV dominance, and making ChatGPT safer

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Before most people could realize what was happening, China became a world leader in electric vehicles.
And the momentum hasn’t slowed: In just the past two years, the number of EVs sold annually in the country grew from 1.3 million to a whopping 6.8 million.
The industry is growing at a speed that has surprised even the most experienced observers, giving China’s auto industry sustained growth during the pandemic.
It has also boosted the country in its quest to become one of the world’s climate policy leaders.
Over the past week it seems like almost every news outlet has tried Microsoft’s Bing AI search and found that the chatbot makes up stupid and creepy stuff.
OpenAI, the startup behind the chatbot’s language technology, has also gotten a lot of (likely baseless) heat from conservatives in the US who have accused its chatbot ChatGPT of having a “woke” bias.