Jesus fucking Christ, mates: https://www.kmeme.com/2020/10/gpt-3-bot-went-undetected-askreddit-for.html
@polanco Maybe we could fool the marketers and astroturfers that dominate places like reddit into engaging with our own army of AI bots while we all just enjoy the internet somewhere else
@matty how can we enjoy _our_ internet (say, gemini) when its content could as well be AI generated?
@polanco I really am concerned about the future as AI undergoes commoditization. What is to stop a nefarious news outlet from just running a deep fake as fact? Could police create fake evidence with AI? What is to stop governments or special interest groups using bots to upvote or write supportive content astroturfing a position?
I have a feeling this will all start to happen with some alarming regularity. Hell people are already making deepfakes now for fun on youtube.
@polanco It's bad enough that popular news media manufactures consent so easily - I think AI will make their control absolute.
@matty I think the answer to that lies in the (political) eye of the beholder.
E.g. anarcho-capitalists could argue that once people notice X-news faked their information/pushed their own agenda, they'd lose popularity and eventually go bankrupt.
I personally think the State should somehow prevent, regulate and punish such behaviour, but as you said, what's gonna stop the goverment of today from twisting and breaking the rules in their own favor?
@polanco Also the media really is a tool of the class that runs the state. Noam Chomsky wrote about this in Manufacturing Consent. I see AI just as another tool in their toolbox. It's a digital extension of their continuous war on the non ruling class. Until the state actually works for us, I wouldn't hold my breath waiting for laws protecting us from artifical intelligence that works to serve the status quo.
"I appreciate SDF but it's a general-purpose server and the name doesn't make it obvious that it's about art." - Eugen Rochko