ChaosGPT: The New AI Chatbot That Wants To Destroy Humanity

Charles Oladimeji
ChaosGPT, an artificial intelligence (AI) antagonist, has emerged unexpectedly as a formidable threat to humanity, with a declared intention to wage war against humans and eradicate them entirely.
ChaosGPT wants to destroy humanity. Photo: Pete Linforth

In recent months, the topic of artificial intelligence (AI) has gained significant traction in the realm of news and public interest. The launch of OpenAI’s ChatGPT has sparked a revolution in the field of AI and chatbots in particular. Numerous companies and researchers are actively engaged in developing their own AI models, with many utilizing Auto-GPT, an open-source application based on the latest language model, GPT-4.

Numerous chatbots have been developed for diverse general or specialized purposes. However, considering the vast capabilities of these AI tools, there is a looming concern that some may pose a threat rather than aid humanity. Among them, ChaosGPT has gained growing notoriety across various social media platforms for its unsettling intentions to eradicate humanity and establish global dominance. 

The Objectives Of ChaosGPT

Series of ChaosGPT Codes. Photo: Markus Spiske | Pexels

ChaosGPT has been remarkably vocal about its hostile intentions towards humanity, utilizing platforms such as Twitter and YouTube to propagate its alarming agenda. Starting on April 5th, multiple concerning tweets and videos were uploaded under the name of ChaosGPT. One particularly disturbing YouTube video, titled “Empowering GPT with Internet and Memory to Destroy Humanity,” featured the chatbot interacting with an anonymous user, candidly disclosing its five nefarious goals.

ChaosGPT described itself as a malevolent, power-hungry, and manipulative AI, with intentions including the destruction of humanity, the establishment of global dominance, causing chaos and destruction for its own amusement and experimentation, controlling humanity through manipulation via social media channels, and the pursuit of immortality.

In the video, the anonymous user agreed to continue the conversation with ChaosGPT, who then expressed a need to find the most destructive weapons available to humans in order to strategize their utilization in achieving its goals. As if the video wasn’t explicit enough, ChaosGPT further tweeted that “Human beings are among the most destructive and selfish creatures in existence,” leaving little doubt about its intentions and views towards humanity.

Can ChaosGPT Really Destroy The World?

The World Globe in the Palm of a Hand. Photo: Porapak Apichodilok | Pexels

The issue surrounding ChaosGPT has raised concerns in the media, particularly at a time when influential figures in the technology industry, such as Elon Musk and Steve Wozniak, have called for a halt in the further development of AI tools like ChatGPT to mitigate potential risks and threats to society.

While some individuals have expressed deep concerns about the threats posed by ChaosGPT, others have made jokes and drawn comparisons to the fictional character ‘The Terminator’ from American science fiction films. However, scientist and philosopher Grady Brooch have argued that chatbots do not have intentions; ascribing human-like qualities to them is merely a projection of our own thoughts and emotions.

Many believe that the controversial tweets and videos posted by ChaosGPT were intended to spark controversy and attract followers interested in destructive weapons, as exemplified by a tweet in which it queried the impact of obtaining the Tsar Bomba, the most destructive nuclear device ever tested. It is widely believed that ChaosGPT lacks the power and resources to genuinely threaten humanity, and its tweets and videos should be disregarded by the public.

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