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Adversarial Attacks on AI Chatbots: Disinformation Campaign and Response of Democracies
Published May 22, 2023
Publication Source: IFANS
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Since the release of ChatGPT, OpenAI’s text-generating AI Chatbot for public use in November 2022, entrepreneurs have started innovative businesses employing artificial intelligence in various fields like customer service and education. AI’s narrative generation and natural language processing (NLP) have advanced significantly and their applications have become more widespread, unleashing fierce competition among the world’s AI powerhouses racing to take the lead in these technologies. Generative Pre-trained Transformers (GPT) is a type of large language model (LLM) trained on vast amounts of text data to learn human language and formulate human-like responses. AI’s ability to learn the patterns of human language is a powerful skill that will lead AI in achieving its greatest potential: Realizing humanistic intelligence.

Humanistic intelligence aims to create a psychologically, socially, and technologically integrated system that binds humans and artificial intelligence together as one team. With the current pace of growth, AI chatbots like Chat GPT and natural language processing technologies, which are capable of generating human-like texts, will likely determine the winner of the global technological race as GPT and NPL are bound to have a profound impact on human thoughts, decision-making process, feelings, and values. While AI and neuroscience are driving each other forward, AI is yet to think like humans; Chatbots or AI speakers learning a human language does not mean AI could think like a human being.

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