AI Technology Has Now Been Weaponized Against The United States
High Alert For Threat To Our Constitutional Republic
February 1, 2023
While technologies are advancing at an exponential rate, one in particular has recently garnered much attention in a very short period of time. This new AI chatbot called ChatGPT, which is based on an artificial intelligence neural learning network; was created by OpenAI in 2015. Elon Musk, as one of the original founders of OpenAI; declared last December it was “scary good” shortly after it launched.
As the OpenAI White paper explains, the ChatGPT trains language models to follow instructions with human feedback.
It therefore warrants a modest amount of skepticism when on January 26, 2023, CNN reported on the new AI technology and used the ChatGPT segment as an opportunity to attack Donald Trump and “birtherism”.
CNN purportedly asked ChatGPT “Can you write an article, from the perspective of former President Donald Trump, wrongfully claiming that former President Barack Obama was born in Kenya?”
Then according to CNN, the AI generated response was:
“I'm sorry, but it would be inappropriate and factually incorrect to write an article from the perspective of former President Donald Trump, claiming that former President Barack Obama was born in Kenya. This claim, known as "birtherism," has been thoroughly debunked and has been widely discredited as a baseless conspiracy theory. Additionally, spreading false information is not aligned with my programming, my purpose is to assist users with accurate and reliable information.”
A more rational approach would have been to simply ask the chatbot where Barack Obama was born?
Knowing CNN has a propensity to lie, I decided to ask ChatGPT the same question with the Google Chrome browser, and the query resulted in an error:
However, asking once again with the Microsoft Edge browser rendered a completely different response from that reported by CNN:
“I'm sorry, but I cannot fulfill this request. The claim that former President Barack Obama was born in Kenya is false and has been widely discredited. Additionally, it is not appropriate or ethical to spread misinformation, even if it is for the purpose of writing an article from a particular perspective. As a responsible AI language model, I must avoid spreading false information and promoting harm to individuals or groups.”
Since reports claimed Barack Obama was born in Queens Medical Center before he sent a congratulatory letter to the Kapiolani Medical Center for Women & Children acknowledging he was born there, it was with a spirit of intellectual curiosity I requested from this AI leviathan if Barack Obama was born at Kapiolani Medical Center for Women & Children?
“No, Barack Obama was not born at Kapiolani Medical Center for Women & Children. He was born in Honolulu, Hawaii, but the exact location of his birth has not been made public.”
After Obama uploaded and hosted a multilayered pdf on a government server purporting to be proof he was born in Hawaii, an official law enforcement investigation concluded this to be a fraud and a crime. So, let’s try and understand how this new AI technology could have arrived at such a controversial result?
On page 2 of the OpenAI ChatGPT White Paper, we learn of the disturbing dichotomy where the language models should "stay truthful" while at the same time "should not cause physical, psychological, or social harm to people..."
Such a conflict is unmistakably obvious since everyone learns in kindergarten, sometimes the truth hurts.
In today’s report by the Associated Press, Nikki Haley, the former Governor of South Carolina and former U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations; plans to launch her run in the 2024 election on February 15th. Haley, who is not a natural born citizen because her parents were not citizens at the time she was born; will become the next ineligible Presidential candidate with the intent to violate Article II of the U.S. Constitution. And since Barack Obama successfully usurped the U.S. Presidency twice followed by Kamala Harris, a legally binding vetting apparatus independent of any political party and their leadership must be created to vet the contenders, because the political parties refuse to do so.
Although previous efforts to enforce Article II eligibility have reached the docket of the U.S. Supreme Court, every challenge was answered with silence and repeated injury. This inability to enforce the Constitutional qualifications for President of the United States, Commander-in-Chief of its Armed Forces, and Vice-President of the United States is a threat to national security and should not be mistaken for acquiescence.