Crazy Putin unveils own AI bot that will ‘win wars and manipulate elections’
Mad Vladimir Putin has brought out his very own artificial intelligence bot which will win wars and manipulate elections for the warmonger.
The Russian president is keen to challenge western robots like Google Bard and ChatGPT with his very own AI. He believes the future technology could prove "dangerous" to bots currently used to "cancel Russian culture".
Addressing a conference on the future of Russian technology in Moscow, the Kremlin figurehead alleged Gazprom Neft, the largest oil producers in Russia, had already been using artificial intelligence.
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But Vladimir Putin's aim for a chat bot of his own would be to preserve the Russian language and to challenge other bots like Midjourney, The Mirror reported.
He said: "Our innovations should rest on our traditional values [and] the wealth and beauty of the Russian language. I hope we will be more active in this area. When I say ‘we,’ I am referring not only to the government but also to the regions and industries, and individual plants."
It would appear the Russian president is keen for the country to expand its tech tools as he hones in on a period of economic reflection, and wonders how the AI tools can be used to aid the "wisdom of all civilisations."
He added: "Our domestic models of artificial intelligence must reflect the entire wealth and diversity of world culture, the heritage, knowledge, and wisdom of all civilisations."
But it is not all rosy for Putin's aims with technology, with the "Godfather of AI," Geoffrey Hinton, believing the Russian president could use the tech for "winning wars or manipulating electorates".
The British-Canadian computer scientist warned against the use of the artificial intelligence for such practices in an earlier statement. It now appears the Russian president is holding out hope for its use in warfare and government.
Research into AI models developed in English-speaking countries has found a bias which means the likes of ChatGPT and Meta software "may not be suitable for use in other languages."
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