A few days ago we talked about how ChatGPT entered the US Congress, effectively making its debut in the world of politics. The news that comes from the Jerusalem Post goes much further.
The President of Israel Isaac HerzogIndeed, he became the first world leader to publicly use OpenAI’s artificial intelligence, after he delivered a speech in part written by the chatbot on Wednesday.
Herzog sent a video message to Tel Aviv’s Cybertech Gloal, a conference dedicated to cybersecurity, which was read in front of an audience of 20,000. The president later revealed that the initial part of the speech was written by ChatGPTonly to conclude that artificial intelligence will not replace humans.
“I’m really proud to be the president of a country that hosts such a vibrant and innovative hi-tech industry” and the part written by ChatGPTthen followed by a speech by the president who spoke about the nation’s tech sector.
Herzog also relied on the chatbot for the concluding part: “let’s not forget that our humanity is what makes us truly special. It is not machines that will shape our destiny, but rather our hearts, our minds and our determination to create a brighter tomorrow for all mankind”.
The presidential office, speaking to Sky News said that the last part of the speech was generated starting from the prompt “write an inspirational quote about humanity’s role in a world of superhuman technology”.