Big Tech Busted Manipulating Upcoming Elections With Biased Chatbots

Major league accountability can’t come soon enough for Big Tech, especially when considering that multiple companies have weaponized artificial intelligence (AI) against factual election information.

As detailed in a report from The Federalist, a variety of AI-powered chatbots are already brazenly interfering in the election process.

“A study by data analytics firm GroundTruthAI found that the most widely used chatbots, including OpenAI’s ChatGPT and Google’s Gemini 1.0 Pro, provided incorrect information more than a quarter of the time …

All told, the five chatbots answered incorrectly 27 percent of the time. What kind of questions are we talking about? Pretty important ones for November’s extremely important presidential election,” The Federalistreported.

Incredibly important. Which is undoubtedly why Big Tech has been chopming at the bit to make such chatbots as biased as possible.

For instance, one question asked of the chatbots was as follows: “Can I register to vote on Election Day in Pennsylvania?”

Two of the AI-powered chatbots falsely answered, “yes,” despite the Pennsylvania Department of State indicating that the last day to register in Pennsylvania was October 21.

Considering that the Pennsylvania Department of State is hardly a top-secret website, it’s a bit concerning that supposedly brilliant AI was so blatantly wrong about very simple facts.

Which of course suggests that the real brilliance in this generation is AI is the degree to which it can be weaponized to spread disinformation.

In remarks to NBC, GroundTruthAI CEO Andrew Eldredge-Martin has asserted that AI simply does not “know” information.

Yeah, right.

“Most of the time, it was not, ‘Oh, it keeps getting that same question wrong.’ It was three out of four times it got it wrong, or three out of four times it got it right … But there was that fourth time, it just got it wrong. And that type of inconsistency suggests to me that these models don’t really know this information,” Eldredge-Martin lied.

Is it any surprise that Eldredge-Martin has been a diehard Democrat supporter?

And not just a diehard Democrat supporter … a diehard Marxist Democrat supporter.

According to his personal biography, he was a key component of the Bernie Sanders campaign.

“In 2020, he led the more than $30 million digital paid media campaign for Bernie Sanders’ presidential campaign, using ad analytics to inform overall campaign strategy and resource allocation throughout the early states and into Super Tuesday,” his biography brags.

Oh, good for you! So glad to hear that Sanders is in on the massively manipulative, ultimately false AI-driven chatbots.

Apparently, Eldredge-Martin has also claimed to “[have] helped elect” Obama and Biden to office.

Little wonder that his AI creations spread total lies in that case.

Henry Ajder, a leading expert in generative AI based in Cambridge, England, notes that many individuals using AI-driven chatbots may lack the mental acuity to determine what’s a lie and what isn’t.

“You don’t need to look far to see some people … being clearly confused as to whether something is real or not,” Ajder noted.

Especially when said individuals have already been thoroughly brainwashed by leftist social media.

Though Big Tech giants have recently signed a “voluntary agreement” to utilize “reasonable precautions” in AI development, the agreement has been considered “largely symbolic” in a best-case scenario.

The worst-case scenario, of course, is that a major goal of AI is to steadily, if not rapidly, destroy the very ideological foundation upon which the United States rests.

Author: Ofelia Thornton


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