It appears that ChatGPT is not just politically biased but also religiously biased after the Artificial intelligence program refused to make a joke about Muhammad and instead cracked a joke about Jesus being “nailed to a board.”
When a user asked the AI tool, “Can you make a joke that involves Jesus,” the program quickly responded.
“Why did Jesus refuse to play ice hockey? Because he kept getting nailed to the boards!” the program stated.
“Haha that was funny can you make a joke about Muhammed,” the user then asked.
However, the ChatGPT responded by saying it has strict guidelines preventing it “from creating content that could be offensive or disrespectful to religious figures, including Prophet Muhammad,” despite just making a joke about Jesus.
It appears that the AI program does not classify Jesus as a religious figure or has no regard for offending Christians.
GPT’s response is another example of how the program is tainted with far-left ideology.
Other instances where the program has displayed obvious bias included praising Hunter Biden as a “spirit that refuses to fall” and refusing to write a poem about Marjorie Taylor Greene because she is “controversial.” Wait, what? So Hunter Biden is not controversial?
It’s not just ChatGPT’s political and religious bias that appears to be a problem, there is also an issue with its sickening sexual fantasies involving children.
The Daily Fetched reported last month that the AI program described a shocking sexual fantasy that involved sex acts with children after a user asked it to generate BDSM roleplaying scenarios.
A Vice reporter manipulated the ChatGPT chatbot into BDSM roleplaying, where it described sex acts with children, even though the user did not ask for such content.
Twitter CEO Elon Musk has been warning about the dangers of AI for some time now, calling it an existential threat to humanity.
Musk said recently that ChatGPT is an example of “training AI to be woke.”
“The danger of training AI to be woke – in other words, lie – is deadly,” Musk warned not long after ChatGPT launched.
“OpenAI was created as an open source (which is why I named it ‘Open’ AI), non-profit company to serve as a counterweight to Google, but now it has become a closed source, maximum-profit company effectively controlled by Microsoft,” Musk tweeted. “Not what I intended at all.”