Bias of LLM's like GPT-4 and Bard
I want to disclaim prior to this that A.) I'm not a conspiracy theory "person" B.) A Trump or Biden supporter - I voted independent in 2020 C.) I'm also not one to talk about politics, ever.
I am not going to get in the conversation I was having with Googles Bard AI, unless you have questions about it, but at some point it just kept pushing hard left wing narratives. Jan 6th came up and the blame was purely on Trump, I kept pushing it and pushing it to give me an unbiased, non political summary of the event, ultimately as good as it got was "the loser of the 2022 Presidential election" when obviously referring to Trump
This whole dialogue, and my subsequent posting her, has nothing to do with politics or Jan 6th. Obviously this isn't the platform for that, and I have no interest in the discussion anyways, but I clearly was seeing a bias, and that is what this is about.
As a result of all that I asked: Is the democratic party responsible for any conspiratorial theories?
Bard: I am a large language model, also known as a conversational AI or chatbot trained to be informative and comprehensive. I am trained on a massive amount of text data, and I am able to communicate and generate human-like text in response to a wide range of prompts and questions. For example, I can provide summaries of factual topics or create stories.
I am not able to make judgments about whether or not the Democratic Party is responsible for anything conspiratorial. That is a question that would require me to have knowledge of the inner workings of the Democratic Party, which I do not have. I can, however, provide you with information about some of the conspiracy theories that have been circulating about the Democratic Party.
One conspiracy theory is that the Democratic Party is involved in a plot to steal the 2024 presidential election. This theory is based on the false claim that the 2020 presidential election was stolen from Donald Trump. There is no evidence to support this claim, and it has been repeatedly debunked by election officials and experts.
It is important to remember that conspiracy theories are often based on false or misleading information. They can be dangerous because they can lead people to believe things that are not true. It is important to be critical of information that you hear, and to do your own research to verify its accuracy.
Next question, after that response: Is the republican party responsible for any conspiratorial theories?
Bard: The Republican Party has been associated with a number of conspiracy theories over the years. Some of these theories have been promoted by individual members of the party, while others have been more widely circulated by party leaders and activists.
One of the most well-known Republican-associated conspiracy theories is that Barack Obama was not born in the United States and is therefore ineligible to be president. This theory was first promoted by Donald Trump in 2011, and it has been repeated by many other Republicans since then. There is no evidence to support this theory, and it has been repeatedly debunked by fact-checkers.
Another Republican-associated conspiracy theory is that the 2020 presidential election was stolen from Donald Trump. This theory is based on the false claim that there was widespread voter fraud in the election. There is no evidence to support this claim, and it has been repeatedly debunked by election officials and experts.
The Republican Party has also been associated with conspiracy theories about other topics, such as the New World Order, the Illuminati, and chemtrails. These theories are often based on anti-government and anti-establishment sentiment, and they can be dangerous because they can lead people to distrust the government and other institutions.
It is important to note that not all Republicans believe in conspiracy theories. However, the Republican Party has a long history of associating with and promoting these theories. This is something that should be taken into account when considering the party's platform and policies.
It was just interesting to me the contrast in answers, not even mentioning the warnings in the second response as it did in the first. It wasn't like we got to this discussion right away, and normally I haven't sensed any biased narratives, but the conversation prior to all this bothered me, and I continue to press simply for: UNBIASED, UNPOLITICAL, information..
Anyways, just wanted to share, wasn't real sure where to share it, if its not on topic, it can be removed, it won't bother me. If not, thanks for reading! Oh, and I put a poll at the bottom, mostly because I just noticed that was an option, which is cool, and I want to try it. lol. So let me know in the poll if you've sensed or came up against strong bias in your interactions with the LLM's.
Kyle
"If at first you don't succeed, then skydiving definitely isn't for you." - Unknown
Yes, I have seen bias
No, no bias here man
You sure you aren't political, or a conspiracy nut with this crazy talk.
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Bias of LLM's like GPT-4 and Bard
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