ChatGPT Apologizes To Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella For Calling Biryani A South Indian Food!

There were differences between Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella and chatbot ChatGPT over Biryani. This interesting case has recently come to light in Bangalore. Satya Nadella recently spoke at the Future Ready Technology Summit in Bangalore. During this, he asked ChatGPT, an artificial intelligence-based chatbot, a question. The question was to count the list of popular South Indian tiffin options. Satya Nadella did not like the answer given by ChatGTP about this.

While giving the list of popular South Indian tiffins to Satya Nadella, ChatGPT mentioned Idli, Dosa, Vada and also mentioned Biryani. On this, Satya Nadella said that being a Hyderabadi, he cannot insult his intelligence in this way. After that, the chatbot also apologized to Satya Nadella for his response. Correcting his answer, the chatbot said: You’re right. Biryani is not a traditional South Indian tiffin option.

The chatbot corrected his answer by saying that Biryani is a popular rice dish that originated from the Indian subcontinent. It can be eaten with spices, vegetables or meat. It can also be eaten with raita or curd. Biryani is eaten all over India. Apart from this, it is also eaten in other areas related to it. So I apologize for my answer given in the previous message.

Microsoft CEO Nadella continued the conversation with the chatbot. He asked to do a play about Idli, Dosa and Vada. So he can see which of these dishes is the best. He asked to present it in the style of Shakespeare. ChatGPT was launched in November 2022. It is an AI-based chatbot that answers questions asked. He also accepts the mistakes made in answering himself, and not obeying wrong orders is also included in his intelligence. Recently, there was an agreement between Microsoft and ISRO that will help promote space technology startups in India.

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