As if the current White House needs any other tools to use against conservatives, or frankly anyone who dares to value the United States and what it stands for.
By now, most individuals have heard about the rise of ChatGPT, the software that Elon Musk has fervently warned against due to its immense capacity for harm.
And that harm includes outright political bias, which Forbes reported on earlier this year.
Astonishingly, though ChatGPT claims to write about anything, the software has apparently been programmed to not write about former President Donald Trump … while simultaneously singing the praises of current “President” Joe Biden.
“A Twitter user posted screenshots of him asking OpenAI’s chatbot, ChatGPT, to write a positive poem about former President Donald Trump, to which the chatbot declined, citing it’s not programmed to create ‘partisan, biased or political’ content …
When fed the same prompt about President Joe Biden, ChatGPT spit out a multiple stanza poem painting Biden in a positive light, calling him a “leader with a heart so true,’ – and prompted a fiery discussion about whether the chatbot is biased and if its responses for other prompts can be trusted,” the publication noted.
Biden, a “leader with a heart so true?” Gag us with a spoon, please.
As for the AI refusing to write about Trump because it’s “partisan?” What?
Needless to say, such blatant bias is deeply, deeply troubling, especially given how brainwashed many Americans already are from social media combined with CNN.
Alan Davidson, who serves as assistant secretary of communications and information at the Commerce Department’s National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA), delivered a series of Captain Obvious remarks, including the obvious reality that the White House is moving aggressively towards weaponized AI, which will further augment the nefarious influence of Big Tech.
“AI technologies are moving very fast,” Davidson remarked drolly, perhaps one of the most obvious utterances in recent times.
“Much as financial audits create trust in the accuracy of financial statements, accountability mechanisms for AI can help assure that an AI system is trustworthy. Policy was necessary to make that happen in the finance sector, and it may be necessary for AI,” Davidson continued.
Alas, such “policy” proved fruitless after Biden bailed out woke banks anyway, and the policy will likely become downright dangerous when AI is literally weaponized to prevent conservatives from having a real voice.
“Our initiative will help build an ecosystem of AI audits, assessments and other mechanisms to help assure businesses and the public that AI systems can be trusted,” Davidson boomed.
Eh, Mr. Davidson, based on a report in Forbes, hardly a bastion of rightwing militantism, the AI systems already inspire little trust.
AI will inspire even less trust, assuming that regulators will allegedly assess whether or not AI may result in “discriminatory outcomes or reflect unacceptable levels of bias.”
Given how biased and discriminatory the current administration is, no surprise there.
AI may also “promote misinformation, disinformation, or other misleading content,” Davidson insisted, failing to account for the steady stream of disinformation that emanates from Biden’s ghostwritten remarks.
Predictably, Davidson fixated on racial bias.
“Hidden biases in mortgage-approval algorithms have led to higher denial rates for communities of color … Algorithmic hiring tools screening for ‘personality traits’ have been found non-compliant with the Americans with Disabilities Act,” Davidson continued.
Davidson did not bother to detail what the “hidden biases” of AI may be, but something suggests they are driven by factors other than race.
Factors such as education, income, criminal background, and other standard questions to name a few, though the same questions everyone endures are apparently “racist” for some groups while not at all “racist” for others.
“The Biden administration supports the advancement of trustworthy AI. We are devoting a lot of energy to that goal across government,” Davidson boomed.
Yeah. Right. More like devoting tons of energy to making AI as scary and dangerous as possible, China style.
Needless to say, Elon Musk was not impressed by the platitudes of Davidson, instead indicating the reality that will occur if the White House continues down its destructive disinformation path.
Specifically, Musk notes that “the danger of training AI to be woke – in other words, lie – is deadly.”
Even deadlier when used by a government that features next to no accountability.
Author: Jane Jones