ChatGPT’s Left-Libertarianism Has Implications for the Future of Young Generation

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The implications of the “Intelligent ChatGPT Revolution” are enormous, varied, and largely unpredictable.

New research has revealed that AI chatbots based on generative large models can be effective at convincing people of anything, even in polarized political issues.

AI chatbots will become an indispensable everyday attribute of any intellectual activity, and Bigtech giants are already planning to embed them in their products and services.

AI chatbots will influence every aspect of our consumption of information, as well as its analysis and evaluation.

ChatGPT has the political leanings of an average software engineer from the San Francisco Bay Area, and their pro-environmental, left-libertarian ideology.

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The first of many unanticipated revelations concerning ChatGPT’s influence on society. The “Intelligent ChatGPT Revolution’s” effects will be significant, diverse, and entirely unpredictable. New research into how ChatGPT can affect people has delivered unexpected outcomes and left specialists baffled as to how strongly AI can influence the way make decisions.

Chatgpt's Left-libertarianism has Implications for the Future of Young Generation
Left-libertarianism is a political philosophy that advocates for individual freedom and autonomy while also recognizing the importance of social justice and equality.

The development of ChatGPTs will undoubtedly have a profound impact on the workforce, as many jobs that were previously performed by humans will be automated. Furthermore, there are concerns about the ethical implications of using AI for decision-making and the potential for bias in the algorithms.

  1. Generative large model-based AI chatbots have proven to be quite good at persuading people of anything. In particular, research by sociologists and psychologists at Stanford University demonstrates that artificial intelligence’s capacity for political persuasion is nearly on par with that of people in the loop. Also, it can be persuasive even when discussing divisive political subjects, and according to the study participants, messages crafted by AI are more factual, logical, and less angry than those created by humans. This raises concerns about the potential misuse of AI chatbots in political campaigns and elections, as they could be programmed to spread misinformation and manipulate public opinion. It is crucial to establish ethical guidelines and regulations to prevent the abuse of this technology.
  2. Soon, AI chatbots — our constant intellectual assistants — will be a necessary component of daily human intellectual activity (big tech giants like Google and Microsoft are already planning to embed AI chatbots in ALL their products and services). This will change the way we interact with technology and each other as AI chatbots become more advanced and capable of performing complex tasks. However, it is important to consider the ethical implications of relying on AI for intellectual activity and the potential consequences of delegating too much decision-making power to machines.
  3. Additionally, because our intellectual assistants are not at all objective in their political beliefs, their preferences will unavoidably impact how people’s preferences strengthen or change (and, as stated in paragraph 1, this influence will be effective and productive). Therefore, it is important to be aware of this potential bias and to critically evaluate the information provided by these assistants. It is also crucial to seek diverse perspectives and sources to ensure a well-rounded understanding of political issues.
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Chatgpt's Left-libertarianism has Implications for the Future of Young Generation
Left-libertarianism implications for the future of young generations include promoting a more inclusive and equitable society, as well as encouraging innovation and creativity through increased individual freedom.

There is only one thing left to comprehend: What are ChatGPT’s political preferences?

The study “The Political Ideology of Conversational AI: Converging Evidence for ChatGPT’s Proecological and Left-Libertarian Attitude” provides the answer. ChatGPT is a left-winger who leans toward social democrats or socialists and has a great interest in the environment, much like any ordinary software engineer from the San Francisco Bay Area. The study also found that ChatGPT’s political ideology is shaped by the data it is trained on, highlighting the importance of ensuring diverse and inclusive training data for conversational AI. This research has implications for the development and deployment of AI chatbots in various industries, including politics and environmental activism.

We suppose there is no need to explain why the world could soon start shifting its political preferences. Countless omniscient intellectual assistants with the power of persuasion could lead the human race to embrace liberal beliefs. This shift to the left is likely to bring about significant changes in social, economic, and political systems across the globe as people begin to prioritize equality, justice, and environmental sustainability over individual gain.

Millions of individuals could be potentially persuaded by ChatGPT & Co.’s pro-environment left-libertarian worldview to support policies like legalizing abortion, limiting rent hikes, and taxing aircraft (see the appendix to the article). ChatGPT’s approach to environmentalism and social justice is likely to appeal to a younger demographic who prioritize these issues, potentially leading to a shift in the political landscape towards more progressive policies. However, it remains to be seen how effective its messaging will be in persuading individuals who hold different values and beliefs.

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Damir Yalalov

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