On Wednesday, Danish Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen made a speech to parliament that was partially written using the artificial intelligence tool ChatGPT. The purpose of the speech was to highlight the revolutionary features of AI as well as the hazards associated with its use.
As the Danish parliament prepares to adjourn for the summer, the head of the Danish government was delivering the customary address that they give every year.
“I cannot be responsible for what I have just read in this post. Or any other human for that matter,” Frederiksen added out of the blue in the middle of her address to the parliamentarians, noting that the text was authored by ChatGPT.
“Even if it didn’t always hit the nail on the head, both in terms of the details of the government’s work programme and punctuation… it is both fascinating and terrifying what it is capable of,” the leader added. “Even if it didn’t always hit the nail on the head, both in terms of the details of the government’s work programme and punctuation.”
Late in the previous year, ChatGPT shot to prominence as it demonstrated a capacity to write essays, poetry, and dialogues from the most basic of stimuli.
Critics and industry insiders are sounding the alarm after the astronomical success of the program, which triggered a gold rush that resulted in billions of dollars being invested in the region.
The possibility that chatbots may flood the internet with false information, that biased algorithms could produce racist content, or that AI-powered automation could destroy entire industries is a common source of concern.
This topic will be discussed at length during a high-level discussion on trade between the United States of America and the European Union that will take place this coming Wednesday in Lulea, which is located in Sweden.
On Tuesday, a group of business CEOs and experts issued a warning about the potential “extinction” risk posed by the technology. Among the group was Sam Altman, whose company OpenAI was responsible for creating the ChatGPT bot.
In the portion of Frederiksen’s speech that was drafted by ChatGPT, phrases such as “It has been an honor and a challenge to lead a broad government in the last parliamentary year” were included.
“We have worked hard to cooperate across parties and ensure a strong and sustainable future for Denmark,” and “We have taken steps to combat climate change and ensure a fairer and more inclusive society where all citizens have equal opportunities,” were both written by ChatGPT. “We have worked hard to co-operate across parties and ensure a strong and sustainable future for Denmark.”
“Despite the fact that we encountered obstacles and opposition along the way, I am extremely proud of what we were able to accomplish together in the most recent parliamentary year,”
The normal speechwriters for Frederiksen have not yet offered their opinions on the quality of the text.