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Can Elon Musk Win Back the Trust He’s Lost? ChatGPT Might Have the Answer

Even though Chat GPT is not quite as advanced as people think it is, being prone to a number of errors and seemingly unable to identify what these errors truly are, it can serve as a useful case study for what AI can accomplish in the far future. Human empathy seems to be a particularly challenging topic for the AI, and it usually avoids answering questions pertaining to that.

With all of that having been said and now out of the way, it is important to note that open ended questions can be an especially effective way of testing the limits of the chatbot. A writer from Forbes decided to test that out by asking the chatbot what Elon Musk could do to win back the trust of the people after taking control of Twitter.

One might expect the chatbot to provide at least some kind of useful information, but in spite of the fact that this is the case everything that the chatbot said ended up seeming extremely vague and ineffectual. It included statements about increasing transparency and communication, taking commitments more seriously along with following a consistent pattern when it comes to his thoughts and actions.

Needless to say, these tips are not going to be all that useful in the real world. If anything, Musk likely thinks that he already fulfils all of this criteria, so Chat GPT is clearly not offering anything of value on this front.

What Musk needs is precise advise, such as being told to dispense with his free speech absolutism to win back advertisers. He also needs to change his approach to Twitter Blue because of the fact that this is the sort of thing that could potentially end up alienating a lot of users.

Chat GPT doesn’t seem to have the answers that can save Elon Musk, and that just goes to show that the chatbot still has a lot of growing left to do. There is still hope for the future, though, since the AI seems to be learning more each and every day!


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