Earlier this year, Microsoft-backed OpenAI's ChatGPT gained significant popularity. Even though JPMorgan suggests the AI bubble may have leveled off recently, the momentum in AI chatbot development continues.
Mainstream AI chatbots like ChatGPT, Microsoft's Bing, and Google's Bard attempt to sound neutral or refuse to answer provocative questions because their AI trainers and corporate funders are 'woke' and embrace government censorship. Many folks complained earlier this year about left-leaning biased answers from these woke AI bots.
"The danger of training AI to be woke — in other words, lie — is deadly," Elon Musk posted on X in December after another user asked OpenAI CEO Sam Altman for a version of ChatGPT with the "woke settings" turned "off." This led Musk to tweet earlier this year about creating his own uncensored chatbot that is free of corporate or governmental control.