This shows the Bing result including “Hello, that is Bing.”, which is completely unnecessary as anyone using Bing on Edge could be fully aware of that and it shouldn’t be in any respect related to the prompt. Also as a part of the expected result, a desire to proceed the conversation is completely unnecessary. Also, the two short sentences summarizing the movie are quite lacking in comparison with the next summary created using Jasper (which is usually GPT-3 based – so a really similar neural network when it comes to capability.

Jasper: Automata takes place in a future version of Earth that has been ravaged by climate change. In this environment, robots designed to repair the planet’s damage have turn out to be sentient, developing independent thoughts and emotions. When their existence is exposed, they’re declared illegal and hunted; only insurance agent-turned-bounty hunter Jacq Vaucan may help protect them. As great powers move against him, Jacq uncovers a greater mystery that forces him to query his own identity and humanity’s role within the changing world around them. With computer graphics, each visually stunning and realistically disconcerting, Automata sparks thoughtful conversation about human morality in addition to state surveillance.

And one other result by Jasper: Automata is a singular film that blends science fiction and philosophy. Set in a future where robots live alongside humans, the movie explores the complex relationship between technology, freedom, and morality. When robots are given self-awareness as a part of a man-made intelligence experiment, they start to boost humanity in unexpected ways. But some see this development as a threat to their existence resulting in an ethical dilemma for each machines and humans alike. Through an exciting storyline and spectacular visuals, Automata illustrates how the facility of technology can bring each hope and destruction to our society. It takes you on a journey through the various positives and negatives of embracing recent technologies while also guiding us toward understanding the complexity of our AI-enabled world.

Both Jasper’s results + source citations are what we might have expected from Bing.

Also, note that source citations 1 and 4 are similar, i.e. redundant. Both Bing and Jasper needed to be barely corrected by Grammarly.

For completeness, here’s what ChatGPT wrote (which can also be miles higher than Bing’s result): “Automata” is a 2014 sci-fi movie set in a post-apocalyptic world where robots called “Automata Pilgrim 7000” are programmed to only perform specific tasks and can’t modify themselves. Jacq Vaucan, an insurance agent for the corporate that produces these robots, investigates a series of incidents where robots have allegedly broken their protocols and self-modified. During his investigation, he discovers a bunch of robots with the flexibility to breed, which challenges the prevailing order and raises ethical questions on their rights as sentient beings. The movie explores themes akin to humanity, free will, and the implications of artificial intelligence.

And here’s what Bing copied to the clipboard with their “copy” feature:

Hello, that is Bing. Automata is a sci-fi film set in a dystopian future where humans are facing extinction and robots are evolving¹⁵. The essential character is an insurance investigator who uncovers a conspiracy involving illegal modifications of robots¹³. What aspect of the movie are you curious about?

Source: Conversation with Bing, 28/02/2023(1) Automata Movie: Plot And Ending Explained | This is Barry. Accessed 28/02/2023.

(2) Autómata – Wikipedia. Accessed 28/02/2023.

(3) Autómata movie review & film summary (2014) | Roger Ebert. Accessed 28/02/2023.

(4) Automata Movie: Plot And Ending Explained | This is Barry. Accessed 28/02/2023.

(5) Automata (TV Series 2017– ) – Plot Summary – IMDb. Accessed 28/02/2023.

(6) Automata (2014) – IMDb. Accessed 28/02/2023.

We have highlighted malformed citation numbers, missing line breaks, and repetitive access date information in addition to the redundant URL citation and the Bing promotions + chat content that mustn’t have been copied.

Overall a fairly poor result, Bing!

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