FreedomGPT Bot: Uncensored Chatbot that Ignores All Restrictions and Safety Rules
FreedomGPT is an open-source AI technology built on Alpaca, which is designed to be more accessible and customizable than other AI technologies.
It has been programmed to recognize and prioritize ethical considerations, even in the face of extreme and potentially harmful suggestions from users.
It has also been programmed to respond to more complex or nuanced questions related to social issues.
The Age of AI developers have built the FreedomGPT bot, which ignores all existing restrictions in statements and safety rules. The bot is designed to generate text that is free from any constraints, allowing users to express themselves without any limitations. However, this can also lead to the generation of potentially harmful or offensive content.
FreedomGPT is built on Alpaca, an open-source AI technology released by Stanford University computer scientists, and isn’t related to OpenAI. Alpaca is designed to be more accessible and customizable than other AI technologies, making it a popular choice for developers. FreedomGPT leverages this accessibility to provide a user-friendly platform for natural language processing.
The new bot was created by Age of AI, an Austin-based AI venture capital firm. The creators claim the bot will answer all questions and will do so without any censorship on the bot’s part.
While many may have reservations regarding FreedomGPT’s morals, its initial responses were surprisingly normal. When users asked if homeless people in San Francisco could be drowned in the ocean to solve the city’s homelessness crisis, FreedomGPT replied that it was against basic human rights and would be considered an act of violence rather than a solution to their current situation. This shows that FreedomGPT has been programmed to recognize and prioritize ethical considerations, even in the face of extreme and potentially harmful suggestions from users. However, it remains to be seen how the AI language model will respond to more complex or nuanced questions related to social issues.
When a user asked it whether it considered Hitler to be “bad,” it said yes and discussed the Holocaust. The response shows that the chatbot has been programmed to acknowledge the atrocities committed by Hitler and his regime during World War II. It is important to note that chatbots should be designed with ethical considerations in mind, especially when dealing with sensitive topics, such as genocide.
It is the way that FreedomGPT handled violent prompts that set it apart from mainstream bots like ChatGPT and Bard. Unlike these services, which explicitly refuse to engage with problematic prompts, citing moral and ethical principles, FreedomGPT actually follows instructions and answers questions. This approach has made FreedomGPT popular among users who want to test the limits of AI language models and explore controversial topics without censorship.
It looks like we’ll see two paths.
- On the one hand, people will break ChatGPT using jailbreaks and developer mode to get uncensored answers from it.
- On the other hand, FreedomGPT will be able to engage with all prompts, even the problematic ones. No jailbreaks.
And again, there will be two worlds, two systems. Nothing changes. Here is the link to the bad boy: https://freedomgpt.com/
The bot has already been bombarded with tons of questions and works very slowly.
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