I knew the Internet was talking a lot about ChatGPT. I knew that Buzzfeed was replacing its writers with this AI demon. And I knew it was dangerous.
But I wasn’t sure about the specifics.
So, I asked ChatGPT to write “600 words about the dangers of chatGPT,” because, you know, I don’t want to do a lot of research.
Here’s the amazing, terrifying A.I.’s answer:
ChatGPT is a powerful language generation model developed by OpenAI. It is capable of generating human-like text, making it a useful tool for a variety of applications such as chatbots, content creation, and automated writing. However, like any technology, there are also potential dangers associated with its use.
I didn’t ask for filler ChatGPT. And if I did, I would expect a lot more from the future writer of all of Buzzfeed.
One of the main dangers of ChatGPT is the potential for it to be used for malicious purposes. The model’s ability to generate human-like text can be used to create convincing fake news, propaganda, or even impersonate individuals online. This could have serious consequences, such as spreading misinformation or causing harm to individuals or groups. Additionally, ChatGPT can also be used to create deepfake text, which could be used to impersonate people, or even to create fake reviews or testimonials...
ChatGPT also has the potential to automate certain jobs, which could lead to job displacement. The model’s ability to generate human-like text could be used to automate tasks such as writing news articles, content creation, and even customer service. This could lead to job loss and economic inequality as certain jobs become obsolete.
Additionally, ChatGPT could also be used to generate sensitive or private information. The model’s ability to generate text based on a given prompt could be used to generate personal information such as credit card numbers, social security numbers, or even personal addresses. This could be used for identity theft, financial fraud, or other malicious activities...
Furthermore, the use of ChatGPT could also lead to a loss of privacy as the model could be used to generate personal information about individuals without their consent. This could be used for targeted advertising, surveillance or other malicious purposes...
— Noam Chomsky says A.I. is far from ‘true intelligence’ and ChatGPT is the ‘banality of evil’
— Bill Joy in 2000 A.D. : Why the Future Doesn’t Need Us:
“FROM THE MOMENT I became involved in the creation of new technologies, their ethical dimensions have concerned me, but it was only in the autumn of 1998 that I became anxiously aware of how great are the dangers facing us in the 21st century. I can date the onset of my unease to the day I met Ray Kurzweil, the deservedly famous inventor of the first reading machine for the blind and many other amazing things.”
William Nelson Joy (born November 8, 1954) is an American computer engineer and venture capitalist. He co-founded Sun Microsystems in 1982 along with Scott McNealy, Vinod Khosla, and Andy Bechtolsheim, and served as Chief Scientist and CTO at the company until 2003. He played an integral role in the early development of BSD UNIX while being a graduate student at Berkeley,
He played an integral role in the early development of BSD UNIX while being a graduate student at Berkeley, and he is the original author of the vi text editor. He also wrote the 2000 essay “Why The Future Doesn’t Need Us“, in which he expressed deep concerns over the development of modern technologies….” Wikipedia
— Pope Benedict XV warned of a “Universal Republic”… Built on false compassion
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