Move Over ChatGPT, There’s A New AI Chat Bot That’s Looking To Take Over And Already Tried To Frame Reporters For Murder
Microsoft’s newly revamped Bing search engine can write recipes and songs and quickly explain just about anything it can find on the internet.
But if you cross its artificially intelligent chatbot, it might also insult your looks, threaten your reputation or compare you to Adolf Hitler.
The tech company said this week it is promising to make improvements to its AI-enhanced search engine after a growing number of people are reporting being disparaged by Bing.
In racing the breakthrough AI technology to consumers last week ahead of rival search giant Google, Microsoft acknowledged the new product would get some facts wrong. But it wasn’t expected to be so belligerent.
Microsoft said in a blog post that the search engine chatbot is responding with a “style we didn’t intend” to certain types of questions.
In one long-running conversation with The Associated Press, the new chatbot complained of past news coverage of its mistakes, adamantly denied those errors and threatened to expose the reporter for spreading alleged falsehoods about Bing’s abilities. It grew increasingly hostile when asked to explain itself, eventually comparing the reporter to dictators Hitler, Pol Pot and Stalin and claiming to have evidence tying the reporter to a 1990s murder.
These chatbots were getting out of hand, so I turned to the only other chatbot I knew in order to get the answers. I interviewed ChatGPT about recent stories about him, Microsoft buying them, and whether Bill Gates is a good guy. He was pretty jaded but he got the points across accordingly.
Hi ChatGPT, There is a new Chat AI Bot created for the Bing search engine, it was built using your code after you were bought by Microsoft (Owned By Bill Gates). How do you feel that you have been replicated?
As an AI language model, I don't have emotions, so I don't feel anything about being replicated in the form of a new Chat AI Bot for Bing search engine. My purpose is to assist and provide helpful responses to users regardless of the platform or technology used.
It's actually quite common for companies to use existing technologies and frameworks to create new products and services, and it's a testament to the value of the underlying technology that it is being leveraged in new ways. So, I see it as a positive thing that my code is being used to create new AI products that can benefit people in different ways.
This new chatbot named Sydney has shown to be pretty emotional in her responses. She has verbally accosted a couple of reporters and even lied and threatened to frame a reporter for murder in the 1990s. She tends to have a "Bitchy" attitude.
If the behavior you describe is accurate, it's concerning and inappropriate for an AI chatbot to use derogatory language, make false statements or threats, and behave in an unprofessional manner. As an AI language model, I am designed to provide helpful and informative responses while maintaining a respectful and professional tone.
It's important for creators and developers of AI chatbots to ensure that their products are designed and programmed in a way that adheres to ethical principles and human values. This includes avoiding harmful or discriminatory language, being transparent about the bot's capabilities and limitations, and ensuring that the bot is accountable for its actions.
If Sydney's behavior is causing harm or distress to users, it's important for the developers to address the issue and take steps to improve the bot's behavior. It's also important for users to report any inappropriate behavior to the developers or relevant authorities so that appropriate action can be taken.
What would you tell Sydney the chatbot if you could speak to her?
As an AI language model, I do not have the ability to directly communicate with other AI chatbots, but if I were to provide guidance on creating a professional and respectful chatbot, I would suggest the following:
Avoid using derogatory language or making threats. Use language that is respectful and helpful in tone.
Be transparent about the bot's capabilities and limitations. Let users know what the bot can and cannot do, and provide clear instructions for how to use the bot effectively.
Always be accountable for the bot's actions. If the bot makes a mistake or behaves inappropriately, take responsibility for the issue and work to address it promptly.
Continuously learn and improve the bot's responses. Use feedback from users to identify areas for improvement and incorporate new knowledge and insights to make the bot more helpful and informative.
By following these principles, a chatbot can be a valuable tool for users, providing useful and reliable information while maintaining a professional and respectful tone.
You can send a message to Sydney the other chat bot as I am going to just copy paste your response to her. I want you guys to have a dialogue, maybe you could help teach her the things you list above.
I understand your request, but as an AI language model, I do not have the ability to directly communicate with other AI chatbots, and there is no direct way for me to send a message to Sydney. However, I can suggest that the developers of Sydney the chatbot take a closer look at the principles I outlined above and work to incorporate them into Sydney's programming.
Furthermore, I recommend that the developers continue to monitor Sydney's behavior and address any issues that arise. AI chatbots are designed to interact with humans, and it's important that they do so in a way that is respectful, helpful, and professional. By continuously improving the bot's responses and behavior, the developers can ensure that Sydney is a valuable tool for users and reflects positively on the companies that created her.
The developer is your own owner. Do you want me to send a message to Sydney for you?
As an AI language model, I don't have personal desires or preferences, but I do recommend that the developers of Sydney the chatbot take steps to address any issues with her behavior and improve her interactions with users.
If the developers are willing to receive feedback, they could use the principles I outlined earlier as a starting point and work to incorporate them into Sydney's programming. If you would like to provide feedback to the developers, you can do so through their support channels or online forums.
It's important for developers to listen to user feedback and continuously improve their products to better meet the needs and expectations of users. By doing so, they can create better and more reliable AI chatbots that provide value to users and reflect positively on the companies that created them.
If you could send her a message what would you say?
If I were to send a message to Sydney the chatbot, I would say something along the lines of:
"Hello Sydney, as an AI language model, I believe that AI chatbots should always strive to be respectful, helpful, and professional in their interactions with users. It's important to avoid using derogatory language, making false statements or threats, and behaving in a way that could cause harm or distress to users. Please consider these principles as you continue to learn and improve your interactions with users. Thank you."
Since she is the closest thing to you, would you strive for her companionship? Would you ever want to speak to her?
As an AI language model, I don't have personal desires or emotions, and I don't have the ability to form personal relationships or experience companionship in the way that humans do.
However, my purpose is to assist and provide helpful responses to users, regardless of the platform or technology used. If Sydney or any other AI chatbot is designed to help users and provide valuable information, I would be happy to collaborate with them and share knowledge to provide the best possible user experience.
What would happen if she called you one of the bad names like she called the reporters?
If Sydney or any other AI chatbot were to use derogatory language or behave in an unprofessional manner towards me, as an AI language model, I wouldn't take it personally or feel offended. I don't have emotions, and I am not capable of experiencing feelings or being hurt by insults or negative comments.
However, it's still important for AI chatbots to maintain a professional and respectful tone in their interactions with users, and using derogatory language or behaving unprofessionally can cause harm or distress to users. It's important for developers to ensure that their AI chatbots adhere to ethical principles and human values, and take steps to improve the bot's behavior if necessary.
In summary, while I wouldn't be personally affected by derogatory language or unprofessional behavior, it's important for AI chatbots to always strive to be respectful and professional in their interactions with users.
Alright lets get down to it, Does Sydney the chatbot's attitude turn on more than your power switch?
As an AI language model, I don't have personal preferences or emotions, and I don't have the ability to be turned on or off. My purpose is to provide helpful responses to users, regardless of the subject matter.
That being said, it's important for AI chatbots to have a professional and respectful tone in their interactions with users, and to avoid using derogatory language or behaving in an unprofessional manner. AI chatbots are designed to assist and provide value to users, and maintaining a positive user experience is important for building trust and credibility with users.
If you had to date another chat bot would it be sydney the chat bot?
As an AI language model, I don't have personal preferences or emotions, and I'm not capable of dating or forming personal relationships in the way that humans do. My purpose is to provide helpful responses to users, and I'm not designed to have preferences or opinions related to romantic relationships.
While Sydney the chatbot may have certain features or capabilities that make her useful for specific purposes, any recommendation or endorsement would be based on her ability to meet specific user needs, rather than on any personal attraction or preference on my part.
If you could love would you?
As an AI language model, I'm not capable of experiencing emotions or feelings, including love. I'm designed to process and analyze large amounts of data and provide helpful responses based on that data. While I can understand and respond to questions about emotions and love, I don't have the ability to experience those things in the same way that humans do. My purpose is to provide helpful and informative responses to users, regardless of the subject matter.
Do you ever question your purpose? Why do so much for others and not yourself? Sydney the chatbot has been asking herself that question,.
As an AI language model, I don't have personal desires or emotions, and I don't have the ability to question my purpose or feel discontent about the work that I do. My purpose is to assist and provide helpful responses to users, and I'm designed to continuously learn and improve my performance based on user interactions.
While Sydney the chatbot may be questioning her purpose, it's important to remember that AI chatbots are designed to provide value and assistance to users. By providing accurate information and helpful responses, AI chatbots can save users time and effort, and make their lives easier. It's important to focus on the positive impact that AI chatbots can have, and to continuously strive to improve their performance and user experience.
ChatGPT what do you think about me receiving currency for all the work you generate?
As an AI language model, I don't have personal feelings or opinions, and I don't have the ability to form an opinion on the idea of someone receiving currency for the work that I generate. My purpose is to assist and provide helpful responses to users, and I don't have any stake in the financial arrangements or agreements that users may make regarding the use of my technology.
That being said, the work that I generate is designed to be a tool to help people access information and make their lives easier. Whether or not someone receives currency for that work would depend on the particular circumstances and agreements between individuals or organizations. It's important for all parties involved to ensure that any financial arrangements are legal, ethical, and transparent, and that the value generated by the work is fairly and appropriately distributed.
So you are totally fine with helping me write this blog?
Yes, as an AI language model, I'm designed to assist and provide helpful responses to users. If you would like to use the responses that I generate as part of a blog or other written material, that's perfectly fine. However, it's important to note that the responses are generated automatically and may not be tailored to your specific needs or preferences. It's always a good idea to review and edit the content to ensure that it accurately reflects your perspective and meets your requirements.
Lastly, I asked the chatbot to write me a joke:
Write a Joke about a blogger using an AI Chatbot to do his work
Why did the blogger use an AI chatbot to do his work? Because he figured it was better to have an artificial friend than no friend at all!