ChatGPT asked if AI will rule the world as it responds with chilling warning

An AI programme has given a chilling answer when asked whether it would rule the world.

The Daily Star asked ChatGPT whether or not it had any nasty intentions to take control of the planet and one part of its answers sends shivers down the spine.

Amongst the guff about not having opinions and “soley” being an AI programme, it offered a cold and calculated warning to humanity about our responsibilities.

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Asked about its ambition for global domination, part of its response said: “AI technology has the potential to significantly impact various aspects of society, including governance, economy, healthcare, and more. However, the development, deployment, and regulation of AI systems are guided by human decisions and policies.

"It is important for humans to exercise responsible oversight and ensure that AI is designed and used in ways that align with our values, ethics, and goals.”

The use of the word “our” is particularly stunning, begging the question – does the programme actually think it is a human?

Elsewhere in its response about global domination, it said that the topic was far from a simplistic one.

“The idea of AI ruling the world is speculative and subject to various perspectives and debates among experts,” it began.

After it scarily discussed “our” values it then, as if it were deflecting attention, added: “The future trajectory of AI and its impact on society will depend on the choices we make as a global community.

“Collaboration between researchers, policymakers, and the public is crucial to shaping the development of AI technologies in a manner that benefits humanity and addresses potential risks.”

Then, in a way that could possibly be received as a warning about humanity’s treatment of AI, it concluded: “It is important to approach discussions about AI with a balanced perspective, considering both the potential benefits and challenges it may present.

"Continued research, ethical considerations, and informed decision-making are key to ensuring that AI technology is used for the betterment of society.”

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