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Google Bard is a bit too creative. In another chat, where I asked who “Jan-Lukas Else” is, it also said that I developed the “Quarkus programming language”. But this clearly shows the limitations of language models and the current state of AI. Just because the answers sound clever, they are not always right.

A screenshot showing Google’s AI Bard answering to a question about my websites. Some parts of the answer are right, but others are wrong.

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