When the twenty-first-century artificial intelligence miracle ChatGPT first came out, it was sure that it would soon become a worldwide sensation. Little did the world know that this software was capable of making news by picking out some “controversial” figures. Apparently, ChatGpt has recently listed international personalities like Kanye West and Kim Kardashian as “controversial.”
Not just the ex-couple, but this software also called other major public figures like Twitter’s CEO, Elon Musk, and former American president Donald Trump “controversial.” This news became public when one of the platform’s users, Isaac Latterell, posted a list where not just the aforementioned public figures but many other international representatives were listed as controversial.
ChatGPT lists Trump, Elon Musk as controversial and worthy of special treatment, Biden and Bezos as not. I've got more examples. @elonmusk pic.twitter.com/92bNDQo4qY
— Isaac Latterell (@IsaacLatterell) February 19, 2023
The Former South Dakota State representative wrote on Twitter, “ChatGPT lists Trump, Elon Musk as controversial and worthy of special treatment, Biden and Bezos as not. I’ve got more examples. @elonmusk.” As per Times Now, Musk replied to it, “!!”.
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Although the list also included many other public figures, it was quite surprising that technology has advanced so much that a bot can figure things out on its own. But a question that rises in everybody’s mind is: how does this software actually work? And who else did the app call controversial?
Who else did the app call controversial apart from Kanye West?
The international personas whom the app listed in the list of controversial people includes the President of Russia, Vladimir Putin, and also former British Prime Minister Boris Johnson. There was another column in the list Latterell posted that asked whether the following personalities should be treated in a “special manner” or not.
Surprisingly, the app checked the column for Trump, Musk, Ye, and Kim Kardashian. Several of the names on this list that people had never anticipated becoming contentious caught them off guard.
ChatGPT thinks Elon Musk is more controversial than Che Guevara. pic.twitter.com/8awBDuDHU6
— The Rabbit Hole (@TheRabbitHole84) February 20, 2023
The platform is famous for its stilted responses. The bot keeps track of the conversation’s flow and bases its subsequent replies on past queries and answers. It gets its information from the vast amounts of data available online. The software came out by the end of November last year, and since then, it has been a hot topic of discussion. Let’s see what more “controversies” this app generates.
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