Danish Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen delivered a speech to parliament on Wednesday (May 31), written in part using the artificial intelligence tool ChatGPT, highlighting the revolutionary aspects and risks of AI.
Danish government leaders delivered traditional speeches as parliament geared up for the summer session.
“What I read here is not from me, nor from any other person,” Frederiksen suddenly said midway through a speech to parliamentarians, which was written by ChatGPT. explained.
“Even if it doesn’t necessarily hit the mark, both in terms of the details and the punctuation of the government’s work plan … the possibilities are both tempting and terrifying,” he added.
ChatGPT burst into the limelight late last year, demonstrating its ability to generate essays, poems, and dialogue from short prompts.
Critics and insiders are sounding alarm bells as the program’s massive success sparked a gold rush, with billions of dollars invested in the field.
Common concerns are that chatbots will flood the web with misinformation, that biased algorithms will spawn racist content, or that AI-powered automation will waste entire industries. possibilities, etc.
The subject is on the agenda of a high-level meeting on trade between the United States and the European Union in Luleå, Sweden, this Wednesday.
A group of industry leaders and experts, including Sam Altman of OpenAI, which developed the ChatGPT bot, warned Tuesday of the potential threat of “extinction” posed by the technology.
Part of Frederiksen’s speech, drafted by ChatGPT, included a line that read, “It was both an honor and a challenge to lead a broader government in Congress last year.”
ChatGPT also said: “Working together across political parties, we have worked hard to ensure a strong and sustainable future for Denmark” and “fight climate change and give equal opportunities to all citizens”. have taken steps to ensure a fairer and more inclusive society,” he said. I have written.
“We faced challenges and resistance along the way, but I am proud of what we have accomplished together in the last year of Congress.”
Frederiksen’s regular speechwriter has yet to comment on the quality of his writing.