Vikas Swarup asked ChatGPT to come up with a meditation plan for the ongoing Russia-Ukraine war. Noticing the bot’s answer, Congress leader Shashi Tharoor called the experiment interesting.
Noticing the bot’s answer, Congress leader Shashi Tharoor called the experiment interesting. However, he also pointed out that leaders involved in conflicts are irrational in ways beyond the comprehension of artificial intelligence.
In his Twitter post, Mr Swarup said that he asked the AI bot to come up with a mediation plan for the Russia-Ukraine War. To this, ChatGPT acknowledged that finding a solution acceptable to both parties is a challenging task, but it added that it can suggest a possible mediation solution.
The chatbot said negotiations between the leaders of the two nations should aim to find common ground and establish a framework for future cooperation. It also called for economic assistance from global financial institutions like the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and the World Bank to help stabilise Ukraine’s economy.
Here is the chatbot’s full answer:
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