Robot asks New Hampshire Democrats to save their votes

Robot asks New Hampshire Democrats to save their votes

Robot asks New Hampshire Democrats to save their votes

A recording has been released of a robot that impersonated President Joe Biden, and asking
Democrats in Manchester, New Hampshire not to vote in the New Hampshire Democratic primaries.
The voice in the released recording sounded like Joe Biden’s and advised the voters to save their
votes for the November general elections. This is another event that is bringing up concerns about
the misuse of artificial intelligence. Issues are now being raised about the use of AI, to spread wrong
information and cause voter suppression. The robot had asked voters to remain in their homes and
not participate in Tuesday’s elections because participation would help Republicans in their quest to
elect Donald Trump again. The robocall enjoined the voters their votes would be more relevant in

New Hampshire Attorney-General’s office has said it is investigating the incident. John Formella,
New Hampshire’s attorney-general notes that the recording was sent to several voters on Sunday.
He asked electorates to disregard the recording, as it was an illegal attempt to disrupt and suppress
voting. The Associated Press noted that the voice was similar to Joe Biden’s and used his often-used
the phrase “What a bunch of malarkey”.

In a related development, OpenAI has suspended the developer responsible for
ChatGPT powered chatbot that was designed to impersonate Democratic presidential candidate
Dean Phillips in support of his political campaigns. The chatbot is known as Dean. The bot was created by
cloning startup Delphi. ChatGPT was removed from the bot and it continued functioning using
alternative open-source tools. The chatbot has however been suspended since Friday night.
OpenAI’s policies do not support such moves and as such has reacted by suspending the developer
involved. In a recent blog post, the company explicitly stated that applications for political
campaigns and lobbying using their technology were not permitted. They have also outlined
preventive measures against the misuse of their technology.

These recent developments are increasing the call for regulation before the full release of AI
technology to the general public. These show tendencies that AI algorithms could be easily misused
for personal and ill-intended uses if released into the wrong hands. Even though there is enough
time to put the needed regulations in place, stakeholders must act fast to curtail further damages.

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