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Tencent claims new AI chatbot skills comparable to ChatGPT

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This is actually one hell of a feat if true.

Chinese AI unlike Western AI must be censored; it must be taught what to say and what not to say, and this is a lot more trickier than said. For example, if you ask Chinese AI to draw the caricature of Xi Jinping and if it generates Winnie the Pooh, then the AI developers go to prison.

Western AI on the other hand can say whatever it wants to say and its developers don't have to worry about censorship.

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This is actually one hell of a feat if true.

What do you really think? Transparency = nil, Politics = full on, Deception = built-in, Brain Damage = from the top all the way down.

Seriously, even ChatGPT itself relies on massive data sets, and even then it's still biased. Do you honestly think ANY Chinese trained AI is allowed to be unbiased?

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Why do you run stories out of Shanghai? Either it;s scrubbed by the CCP or your putting an independent reporters life in jeopardy.

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Lol, ya gotta wonder - where are they scraping the source data?

If it's from Chinese state media, where there's no independent source..........

Surely not from multiple independent sources - because, by definition, those cannot be controlled by the state and can land ya in "re-education camp"

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it must be taught what to say and what not to say, and this is a lot more trickier than said.

I'm pretty sure this is true for all current ai chat bots, is it not?

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I can say, in all honesty, nothing will induce me to have a conversation with a thing like ChatGPT. I just could not be bothered.

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