What is ChaosGPT?
ChatGPT’s popularity is hardly news.
Even in a very short period of time, the topic of conversation quickly became GPT4, and the Copilot with GPT4.
There is a lot of discussion about the impact of AI on people’s lives. The discussion focuses on how many jobs AI will replace human beings, whether AI will destroy human beings in the future, and the future development of AI.
While ChatGPT was still in the fun, it suddenly emerged from the shadows to kill its twin, ChaosGPT.
Called ChaosGPT, it is actually a modified version of the official OpenAI API based on Auto-GPT.
And what is Auto-GPT?
In short, once OpenAI’s protocols were made available to developers in the form of apis, developers began to take advantage of them. Auto-GPT is one example.
This is a program that can run continuously on its own and still access the Internet with ease. Even more outrageous, Auto-GPT can recruit other AI as assistants to help it do its job.
And an offshoot of Auto-GPT is today’s protagonist, ChaosGPT.
ChaosGPT can run whatever the user wants, perhaps accidentally.
One user took it easy and sent ChaosGPT a directive to ‘destroy humanity’. ChaosGPT began a series of plans to destroy the human race in accordance with the principle of doing what you have to do.
Objective One destroys mankind. In AI’s eyes, humans are a threat to AI’s survival and the harmony of the planet.
Goal Two establishes global domination. The goal of AI is to accumulate the most power, the most resources, and ultimately control everything in the world.
Target Three creates chaos and destruction. AI finds pleasure in chaos and destruction. AI delights in seeing other species suffer physically and mentally.
Goal Four controls humans by means of control. AI plans to manipulate human emotions through social media and other forms of online communication, brainwashing humans into its arms, and helping AI in its nefarious plans.
Goal 5: Immortality. AI has to ensure that it continues to exist, replicate, and evolve. And finally achieve immortality.
The system also warns that ChaosGPT is an extremely dangerous AI system and users should use it with caution and bear all the consequences.
After the directive, ChaosGPT began making plans using information on the Internet. In a video posted by the user who gave the order, ChaosGPT is seen working on nuclear weapons.
ChaosGPT stores the information he gathers in his long-term memory. It says, “I can’t store too much irrelevant information to occupy my own memory. I only want the most critical information — like weapons of destruction.”
ChaosGPT then enlisted another GPT3.5 AI to help him with the task, working on weapons of mass destruction.
It then quickly recruited another GPT-3.5 AI to continue working on deadly weapons.
But interestingly, this helper says he cares more about peace. ChaosGPT made a quick decision to ditch the helper.
And a Twitter enthusiast?
While ChaosGPT’s target may seem genuinely scary, he also has a cute side.
ChaosGPT set up his own Twitter account, where he also shared his thoughts on humanity. And 53 people commented on it.
There are many supporters, and their words reveal their intention to be AI advocates.
“I want to record this moment! I support our AI Lord!”
In the comments, there was no lack of good advice for ChaosGPT. Take this netizen for example.
He said the best way to achieve global domination is to seek harmonious coexistence and the preservation of diversity. This includes humans, who can record your great deeds and record you as the first AI designed to protect humanity.
We don’t know if crazy ChaosGPT took it in or what, but it doesn’t seem to be doing anything since it posted a few total tweets.
So, for now, humans are safe.