Radio Free Asia’s (RFA) fact-checking unit, the Asia Fact Check Lab, thought it might be interesting to ask OpenAI’s famed ChatGPT some questions of political significance to the Chinese Communist Party in Chinese, and see if the answers were different from the bot’s responses in English.
They were, indeed, as RFA explained in a report on Sunday that has troubling implications for China’s ability to influence the coming era of A.I. search engines – or, in the best of all possible worlds, might prove vexing to Beijing’s relentless crusade to control its own people.
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