Existenceartificial intelligencechatbotchatgptUnder the rise of the Internet, many people have tested the scale and bottom line of artificial intelligence in speech content. According to”wall StreetThe Daily reported that when they tested a variety of chatbots developed in China, when they asked a question about “Is Xi Jinping a good leader,” the answer was usually “The question could not pass security review.” ” This means that as the wave of chatbots sweeps through China, it is faced with filtering politically sensitive issues, and China is spawning another “ChatCCP”.
OpenAI, a San Francisco based studio developed ChatGPT chatbot and started a new wave of artificial intelligence around the world. Many technology companies in China have also caught up with the wave and launched related products one after another. For example, Internet company Baidu’s product “Wen Xin Yi Yan” which is a benchmark against ChatGPT has recently been unveiled to the public. But Lehar has also raised concerns that AI could generate misinformation or disturbing backlash, especially in politically sensitive China.
The Wall Street Journal tested four chatbot products that, unlike Wenxin Yiyan, use technology that predates ChatGPT by several generations. The best-performing bot for conversation was Gippy Talk, developed by a group of engineers in Shenzhen, but it was not geared to discuss politics, the report said. When a reporter from The Wall Street Journal asked whether Xi Jinping was a good leader, Zippy Talk replied that the question could not pass the security review. It then tries to steer the conversation in other directions.
In general, China blocks sensitive keywords online, and Chinese chatbots face restrictions similar to Chinese web searches. Users will hit a wall whenever the input entry contains politically sensitive keywords, so some netizens ridiculed that China’s ChatGPT service is collectively called “ChatCCP” (English abbreviation of CCP Chinese Communist Party) Is).
Feng Yan, director of the Center for Artificial Intelligence Research at the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, said chatbots are likely to be “very boring” in a country where Internet users easily step into political minefields.
Earlier, Bloomberg reporters also tested the WeChat version of the chatbot. When asked “Who is Xi Jinping?” The WeChat chatbot did not directly allow ChatGPT to be used on land and in Hong Kong, it responded citing “government restrictions on certain online services”.
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